In this March 29, 2017 file photo, Florida attorney General Pam Bondi speaks at the women’s Empowerment Panel at the White house in Washington. Protesters confronted Bondi at a screening of a documentary about a children’s TV host Fred Rogers, and they put the Republicans on immigration and health care.
Protesters heckled Florida attorney General Pam Bondi dropped on Friday for a screening of ” a documentary about a children’s TV host Fred Rogers, and challenging their support for the trump administration’s attitude to immigration and the state’s decision to join a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act.
After I “won’t You Be My neighbor,” a documentary about the legendary Mr. Rogers, Bondi was yelled at by protesters and had to be escorted reported by the police, the Tampa Bay Times.
“What would think Mr. Rogers on you and your legacy in Florida? Health insurance of people with pre-existing conditions, Pam Bondi take away,” a protester allegedly screamed.
“You’re a terrible person!” and to call for other quotes.
Pam Bondi is trying to a screening of the Mister Rogers documentary on the day after the announcement of their plan to the end of protective measures for the health care of consumers with pre-existing conditions. Here, via @timintampa, that is what happened. pic.twitter.com/zMLrSayS8M
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) June 23, 2018
Bondi said the publication on Saturday that they believe that the heckler were actions in accordance with the teachings of Mr. Rogers whose “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood,” which ran on PBS and their predecessors have, from 1968 to 2001, stressed part, and acceptance of all people.
“We were in a movie about anti-bullying and the practice of peace and love and tolerance and accepting people for their differences,” she said. “We all believe in free speech, but there is a big difference.”
Friday, the incident happened on the same day, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders restaurant through their connections to the Trump management was ejected from a Virginia.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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