Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has become the latest Republican to be confronted by protesters over the trump administration's now defunct policy of separating families at the USA southern border.
The protestors were referring to the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy that resulted in the separation of children from their parents at the Southern border.
"We know where you live, Mitch".
Shell later dismissed the protesters as "a small group of extremists", and likened their "distasteful" remarks to something "out of the Maxine Waters playbook". "We know where you live". Among them were leaders of the local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, whose national fame has been growing since one of its members upset the Democratic incumbent in a NY primary last month.
So when someone spotted McConnell at the restaurant and asked for help confronting him, the socialist group helped spread the word on social media.
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There was no indication from the video of whether they had chased the two men from the restaurant, as has happened to Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen in Washington, or got inside it at all. She walked a step ahead of the Senate's top Republican, and the rest of the crowd followed close behind, still chanting and shouting.
'How does he sleep at night?' one of the protesters is heard shouting as the couple's vehicle drives off. "Where are the babies, Mitch", a protester shouted.
The protesters also chanted "abolish ICE", a slogan that has become a rallying cry for the far left.
"We did good, fellow citizens", one of group congratulated the rest as the Highlander headed toward the alley.
"You leave my husband alone", she reportedly said multiple times while wagging her finger at the protestors.
Waters, a Democratic congresswoman from Los Angeles, has made headlines for encouraging protesters to harass White House officials over the administration's immigration policies.