GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) -- A few members of the community took their concerns about the government to the 24 Road overpass today and if you were driving by, you may have seen their message.
A large sign was displayed across the 24 Road overpass reading "Impeach Obama." Some residents found the sign offensive and called the Grand Junction Police Department, but those rallying with the sign say they just want to make a difference.
"We're here to prove that a few people can make a difference, it's time to take this country back in order and end the tyranny that's going on," said Dave Moleski, a concerned local resident.
The controversial banner placed on the bridge, received mixed reactions from passer bys today.
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