Immigration protesters block traffic at Golden Gate Bridge for more than 45 minutes Thursday morning;

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“We demand that Vice President Harris and top Democrats in Congress override the decision by the unelected Senate parliamentarian which excludes undocumented immigrants from the budget reconciliation process.”


(Jessica Christian/The San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images)

About 25 cars stopped traffic at around 7 a.m. on the bridge, and protesters delivered speeches from a bed of a truck and held banners reading, “Pass the $3.5 trillion spending bill,”  “Override the Parliamentarian,” “Kamala: Override the Parliamentarian,” and “Citizenship for All.”

The protest came before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pulled a Senate-passed $1 trillion infrastructure bill from being voted on in the House late Thursday.

Progressives in the Democratic Party flexed their power over the bill, sticking to their months-long vows to not vote on it without a simultaneous vote on a $3.5 trillion ​​social spending bill.

Southbound traffic began moving on the bridge at about 7:30, while northbound traffic started moving at about 7:45. 

SOURCE: ABC7

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