If the Tea Party were occupying Wall Street, they’d be outnumbered by the corporate press

What If the Tea Party Occupied Wall Street?

OCCUPYWALLSTREET is a people-powered movement for democracy that began in America on September 17 with an encampment in the financial district of New York City. Inspired by the Egyptian Tahrir Square uprising and the Spanish acampadas, they vow to end the monied corruption of our democracy. (photo: Collin David Anderson)

What If the Tea Party Occupied Wall Street?
By Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting
24 September 11
Corporate media skip anti-corporate protests.

In an action called Occupy Wall Street, thousands of activists took to the streets of Lower Manhattan on September 17.

The protests are continuing, with demonstrators camped out on the Financial District’s Liberty Street in support of US democratization and against corporate domination of politics (Adbusters, 9/19/11).

But you wouldn’t know much about any of this from the corporate media – outlets that seem much more interested in protests of the Tea Party variety.

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