British protesters hustling to send Green Day song "American Idiot" to the top of UK charts ahead of Trump's visit

British protesters urge "American Idiot" downloads ahead of Trump's UK visit.

British protesters are campaigning for the song to become No. 1 on the UK charts to troll Trump ahead of his upcoming visit. So far, it’s caused a social media uproar and is skyrocketing to the top of UK charts.

A “Get American Idiot to No. 1 for Trump’s UK Visit” Facebook page was even created for the campaign. They’re asking people to download and stream the song between July 6 to Thursday, July 12.

The campaign also exploded on Twitter urging users to add more fuel to its success. The campaign claims “American Idiot” hit No. 1 on Google Play. The song is also now No. 1 on the UK Amazon chart.

“American Idiot” is no stranger to the political scene as it was created a year after the Iraq War began when President George W. Bush was in office. It blasted the Bush administration as a critique of propaganda at the onset of a nearly decade-long war.

“I’m not a part of a redneck agenda, now everybody do the propaganda and sing along to the age of paranoia,” the song's lyrics say. “Welcome to a new kind of tension all across the alien nation where everything isn’t meant to be okay.”