Portland Protestor Tries to Give Mayor a Pepsi, Chaos Ensues

As we all know, Kendall Jenner is a key figure in several political movements — most recently, and most notably, she's been revealed to be the leader of the Pepsi revolution.

This revolution, if you're unfamiliar, is all about peaceful protesting. And if anyone seems to be getting violent, or if things aren't going your way, or even if you just want someone on your side, all you do is share a Pepsi.

And then, much like magic, everything is cool.

That's what Kendall Jenner has taught as, and a Portland man tried to pull her same move during a city council meeting.

Unfortunately, it didn't work out as well for him.

The man called himself Carlos Enrique, and he spoke with the mayor, Ted Wheeler, and a panel of other government officials at the meeting.

Carlos rambled for a bit about how many people come into such meetings to berate the mayor, After a minute or so, Wheeler tried to get him back on track.

And that's when it happened.

"What I realized," Carlos concluded, "is that the language of resistance has not been properly translated to you. So this is for you."

Then he stands up, walks to the mayor, reaches in his pocket … and pulls out a Pepsi.

Wheeler freaks out a little, understandably so, and Carlos is quickly escorted away.

It was a dumb move, but also a hilarious one. Because that Pepsi ad was the most ridiculous thing.

Watch everything go down in the video below:

Portland protestor tries to give mayor a pepsi chaos ensues