The second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission was marked by massive actions around the country, including actions in the city of San Francisco.
Chief Justice John Roberts, Anthony Kenney, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia threw out the differences between individuals and corporations leading to the growth of the influence corporations have over politics.
Thousands of people across the country protested through demonstrations, rallies and a great variety of actions to urgently alert the greater public so that the decision can be overturned.
Corporations are NOT people and money is NOT free speech.
Occupy San Francisco and several other organizations started the day of actions on January 20, 2012 at 6 A.M and ended the day at 5 P.M.:
Throughout the day, the 99% occupied some of the most important streets in the Financial District.
Listen to what a police officer said to a woman as she patiently waited inside her car for the traffic to move.
Listen to her short, but strong message to Occupiers: