Protesters with Occupy Atlanta marched to the Georgia-Pacific building downtown late Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to levitate the building.This is reported as news, but really, this has to be a joke, right?
The group held a news conference shortly after 3 p.m. where they announced they will march to the building around 5:30 p.m. if the Koch brothers, who own the company, don't remove all of their money from political campaigns and institutions.
"The Koch brothers spent vast amounts of money to insure that legislation in Washington benefits their private and corporate interest, rather than those of the American people. This means fewer protections for you and your family and less taxation and regulation for them" William Marshall said.
Williams said should they refuse they will march on the Georgia-Pacific building in an attempt to levitate it in a spirit of anti-war demonstrations of the 1960s.