Nancy Pelosi was annoyed by an angry crowd of anti-communists on Wednesday outside a building in South Florida where one of her campaign events took place.
The minority leader of the House of Representatives was on her way to a meeting with other Democratic leaders when she met with protesters who fired explosives in their own way and demanded that she leave Miami.
The conservative protesters raised signs that said things like "Pelosi is communist" and "No communists!" When they attacked the politician when she approached the entrance.
A male protester shouted: "Look at Nancy Pelosi here … look at this piece of shit here … look at this piece of shit".
& # 39; F *** ing communist! You do not belong here, you fucking communist. Get your ass out of here!
Nancy Pelosi was annoyed by an angry crowd of anti-communists on Wednesday outside a building in South Florida.
The minority leader of the House of Representatives was on her way to a meeting with other Democratic leaders when she was greeted by a crowd of angry protesters
He continued with the fierce diatribe: "Shit with you and your democrat demon."
The crowd of protesters knocked on the door and demanded that it be opened after she entered the building.
The group shouted: & # 39; Socialism sucks! Socialism sucks! Socialism sucks!
The protest follows weeks of public harassment against Republican leaders.
In June, the owners harassed and expelled from a Virginia restaurant the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell faced a group of protesters in his home state of Kentucky in July who told him they "know where he lives."
The protesters are located in front of a building where Pelosi spoke with volunteers at a voting event for candidates for the Democratic Congress of Florida Donna Shalala and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, in Coral Gables.
Protesters sing outside the building on Wednesday in protest of Pelosi
Pelosi, on the right, speaks with volunteers at a voting event for candidates to the Florida Democratic Congress Donna Shalala, left, and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, center, on Wednesday in Coral Gables
The powerful Republican senator was having lunch in Louisville with a state legislator when a group of activists approached him and shouted "Abolish ICE."
Just a couple of weeks earlier, his wife, Elaine Chao, furiously defended her husband in a shouting match with the immigration protesters who confronted them as they left an event at Georgetown University.
Public harassment against Republicans was encouraged by Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters.
Waters said in a statement: "Let's make sure we show up wherever we have to appear. If you see someone from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, in a gas station, you go out and create a crowd.
& # 39; And you press … you tell them that they are no longer welcome, anywhere. We have to connect the children with their parents.
You see a woman wearing a Trump 2020 hat during the demonstration on Wednesday near Miami.
The crowd of protesters knocked on the door and demanded that it be opened after she entered the building
The minority leader of the house, Pelosi, was able to take her away from the protesters safely.