SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The once removed controversial billboard calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump was back up on the Bay Bridge Wednesday morning.
It was taken down on Tuesday after Outfront Media, the company that owns the electronic billboard, made the decision.
The company said it received several complaints about the signage.
The billboard was paid for by the California-based Courage Campaign who in turn accused the company of censorship.
The Courage Campaign called the removal of the billboard shameful and “un-American.”
The billboard is funded by donations made by Californians who agree with organization’s demand for the impeachment of the President.
There’s no word on whether the billboard will be taken down or continue to run until Sunday.
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