Protesters railed at the San Francisco home of Peter Thiel, a billionaire businessman and adviser to President Trump, over fears his data analytics company would partner with the administration to facilitate mass deportations.
Carrying signs with slogans like “Make America Mexico Again,” and “No wall no ban no surveillance state,” the group gathered around 3 p.m at the steps of Thiel’s Pacific Heights home on Broadway.
Former Supervisor David Campos was among those protesting, and addressed the group with a megaphone as he lambasted Thiel as “complicit with what Trump wants to do.”
Lisa Weissman-Ward, supervising attorney with the Stanford Law School Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, stood outside Thiel’s home denouncing ICE programs that she said “pushes people underground.”
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