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Sunday, August 18, 2013

Man with Ron Paul t-shirt interviewed on SLC TV News for Overpasses for Obama Impeachment

Protesters braved over-100 degree temperatures in the mid-day hot sun 

From Eric Dondero: 

There is a mountain of evidence that the Tea Party originated from both Libertarian Party activists and Ron Paul supporters in very late 2007, early 2008. Now evidence arises of Ron Paul supporters in the very early stages of the Overpasses for Obama Impeachment movement. 

At the 1 minute mark, (after YouTube commercial), Tane Borsh of Washington, UT:
First of all it's a nationwide protest. It's not just something we're doing here in southern Utah... and there's statistics that there are upwards of 50,000 people protesting nationwide...
From St.GeorgeUtah.com, "Protesters call for Obama Impeachment on I-15 Overpass...":
Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment” is a national protest that is currently taking place across the United States. To the participants, there is corruption currently taking place in the United States government and they want to raise public awareness. It is a call to action, a call for impeachment of the president. 
The temperature was over 100 degrees today, but protesters did not let that hinder their goal. Southern Utahns gathered for protest at Interstate 15’s Exit 6 overpass on Bluff Street beginning at 10 a.m.
Man and his wife jump out of their car to join protest on bridge 

Additionally:
One protester drove by the protest on Bluff with his wife and jumped out of his car to join the protest to raise awareness. “I heard about this protest initially on Facebook…There were people here, so I jumped out of the car,” St. George resident Michael Lythgoe said. “A few of us have got to stand up for what’s going on in this country and I am more than willing to stand here.” 
Over 30 Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment protests took place today on a national scale. States that participated include Florida, Georgia, New York, Arizona and … Utah.

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