Transcript for OWS: A Day of Disruption
-- protesters from New York to California are promising to dramatically expand their demonstrations today -- gonna try to block streets during rush hour in Los Angeles and also -- New York. Try to keep traders away from Wall Street. Tomorrow rallies joining us now with the very latest what could be another contentious -- -- tomorrow. Yeah hi Robin sunny across the country today occupy protesters will mark this two month anniversary of the birth of their movement with marches and rallies. -- police prepared for this anniversary by cracking down on protesters. The two month old Occupy Wall Street standoff has turned contentious with protesters promising a day of action today. Overnight cities across the country crackdown on demonstrators. In Dallas police barricaded the streets around City Hall were -- campers had set up shop. Police woke up the campers and ordered them out their tents were -- down. Across the country protesters promised no matter what cities do they won't give up. You may be able to evict a tenant you may be able to move. Takedown -- but you cannot take down passion. You cannot take that commitment student protesters in San Francisco showed their commitment taking over a bank. Police remove them by force the students are demanding the same things that occupiers from Portland State University -- More tuition costs. There's a million reasons -- students at Portland State are out here today is fighting for a brighter future a future that doesn't look. Like the ones we experience. In New York to Cuddy park the birthplace of the -- protest over income inequality in corporate greed. Protesters have pledged a strong show of force today. The occupiers returned after being removed on Tuesday some of them by force so that the city could clean the park. This is not the beginning of the end. We all know our economy is on the precipice of disaster. Film though that. The New York occupiers plan to march on Wall Street this morning then gather in subway stations and later marked on the Brooklyn Bridge. All in an effort to disrupt life in the city.
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