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Protesters target home of the DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen
Lawyer Ted Williams talks about ‘hatred’ in the direction of Trump government officials.
An intrigue of protesters gathered outside Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Virginia’s town house Friday morning, jet-audio-the cry of the children of immigrants, and sang “No justice, no sleep.”
The small crowd of about two dozen protesters led by CREDO Action, a progressive grassroots organization. Video posted on social media shows to yell at the protesters: “shame!” as Nielsen leaves her home and goes in a vehicle.
“History will remember you!”, a protester shouted with a British accent. “You belong in the Hague! You are a kind of modern Nazi!”
Heidi Hess, the group’s co-Director, called Nielsen “the child snatcher” in a statement. She said it is important to “shine a spotlight” on the people responsible for what is happening “on the border and detention facilities.”
Some democratic lawmakers praised the protesters.
To remember Hiking in @SecNielsen DC area neighborhood, their neighbors, tearing children from their families is wrong! #Nojustice nosleep #wakeup call #KeepFamiliesTogether #free ourfuture pic.twitter.com/Qc2gRWIkyS
— Vice-Chairman,Rep Bowen (@DavidFBowen) June 22, 2018
Remember “Walking in @SecNielsen DC area neighborhood, rips her @ neighbors is wrong!” U.S. Rep., David Bowen of Wisconsin tweeted.
Good morning @SecNielsen. Children do not sleep in peace. You don’t sleep in one piece. https://t.co/ha7NiTXFSZ
— David Leopold (@David Leopold) June 22, 2018
“Good morning, @SecNielsen. Children do not sleep in peace. You don’t sleep in one piece,” tweeted David Leopold, former President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
On Tuesday, Nielsen was chased from a DC-area Mexican restaurant from another left-wing political activist group.
The group an employee of the U.S. Department of justice, Fox News were reported.
Many protests erupted throughout the country, in reaction to the Trump-government, the “zero-tolerance” policy, the people followed in the United States illegally face.
More than 2,300 children, from their families, because they ordered the guidelines of the staging, but after the public outcry, President Donald Trump on Wednesday that they will be reunited. But the reversal led to even more confusion, as a parent looking after their kids were left.
Further protests and rallies Worth, Texas, are scheduled this weekend in the Fort, where the state is held in the democratic Convention. More than two dozen Democrats in Congress prisons to visit in McAllen, and Los Fresnos.
Another protest is planned, in Homestead, Florida.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.