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Protesters Interrupt Cantor Speech In Michigan

By Alex Seitz-Wald on October 31, 2011 at 2:05 pm

"Protesters Interrupt Cantor Speech In Michigan"

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After canceling a speech on income inequality last week at the University of Pennsylvania after learning it would be open to the public, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) spoke today at the University of Michigan. It was clear why he had avoided the public previously, as 99 Percent Movement protesters stood silently during the speech while other audience members responded vocally to Cantor’s statements. Some photos via Steve Friess:

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Video of today’s protest, via Elias Schewel, one of the organizers:

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