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Sen. Ted Cruz has just been fleeing the latest target Monday of a campaign against went to GOP lawmakers, and Trump’s management of the members, as the protesters forced him and his wife to a restaurant in Washington, DC
The mob-scenes, followed by California’s democratic Republic of Maxine Waters’ call earlier this year for the critics to accost Republicans in public.
In this case, a group of demonstrators Smash Racism DC” call “rushed Cruz over his support for the Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the sexual assault allegations, which he denies.
The activists shouted “We believe survivors” and “Sexist, racist, anti-gay!”, while a woman Texas GOP senator questioned whether or not he believes that women are the allegations against Kavanaugh.
Sexual assault survivors, Cruz questioned during the interruption to a fancy Washington DC restaurant. Cruz ignored them. #Cancel kavanaugh pic.twitter.com/bbtQ8TqE4H
Smash racism DC (@SmashRacismDC) September 25, 2018
“How are you sir to the vote?” asked the woman as Cruz’s Stand and the direction of the exit went, with his wife. A video posted by the group, Cruz shows have to fight through the crowd. “Excuse me, can you my wife,” Cruz of the enemy group said. The crowd cheered, after Cruz left, finally the restaurant.
TED CRUZ HECKLED BY THE RADICAL PROTESTERS IN DC RESTAURANT: VIDEO
The exciting scene follows a series of other incidents with high-profile Republicans and administration officials were confronted by crowds of activists in the public space.
On Twitter, former Bush White House press secretary Ari Fleischer concerned these protests expressed out of control.
“I lived in DC for 21 years. There were many fought, emotional battles. But this is terrible. Washington has wrote a sick city,” he said.
I lived in DC for 21 years. There were many fought, emotional battles.
But this is terrible. Washington has a city, to a sick.
Not force people you don’t like from restaurants, especially when you are solving with your spouse, all of the problems. It makes everything worse. https://t.co/Fr52kqlx1D
— Ari Fleischer (@Arif Court Butcher) September 25, 2018
Such scenes were encouraged by the water earlier this summer, when she told followers, “If you see that someone made this Cabinet in a restaurant, in a Department store, a gas station, get you out and create you a lot and you push back on you, and you tell them they are not welcome, anywhere.”
In a TV appearance, they doubled to you, remarks, saying the officials “to not be able to be in a restaurant, you are not stopping to be able to at a gas station, you will not be able to shop in a Department store.”
MAXINE WATERS CALLS FOR SUPPORTERS TO FIGHT TRUMP WH, SAYS, ‘THE PEOPLE’ WANT TO ‘BOTHER’ TRUMP EMPLOYEES
Their remarks were followed by the harassment of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in a Mexican restaurant on the administration’s controversial “zero-tolerance” policy on the US-Mexican border led, in the family, separations.
To hear “shame!” a protester was screaming at Nielsen. “If children do not eat in peace, you eat in peace,” shouted another.
“How can you enjoy a Mexican dinner, such as the deportation and incarceration of tens of thousands of people who hear to come here for asylum in the United States?” another protester was screaming in a video posted by the Metro-DC Democratic socialists of America.
VIDEO SHOWS DHS CHIEF KIRSTJEN NIELSEN IS SO FALLEN INTO THE WORD, HARASSED AT DC RESTAURANT
Stephen Miller, the controversial White house consultant, was accosted in the same week as Nielsen, as he stopped in an upscale Mexican Restaurant in Washington.
“Hey guys, who thought we’d be Postal in a restaurant with a real-life fascist to beg [for] money for new cages?” a customer allegedly yelled at the sight of Miller, and before the trump staff rushed away, according to the New York.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders knows the debt-to-water ” rhetoric for fuelling the harassment campaign against supporters of the Trump. You, yourself, was booted from Virginia restaurant about your role with the restaurant owner, relying on morality and life, for “certain standards” as the reason for the ejection.
“Healthy debate about ideas and political philosophy is important,” said the press spokesman said. “But not to avoid the calls for harassment and press for each trump supporters, the General public is acceptable. America is a great country, and our ability to find solutions, in spite of these disagreements, what makes us unique.”
Protest groups have begun targeting not only Trump the government officials. Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his wife, transportation Secretary Elaine Chao – were confronted by protesters in late June, when she left an event at Georgetown University.
video: @SecElaineChao told demonstrators to leave her husband, Mitch McConnell, alone. pic.twitter.com/9jj1AojRMM
— Adam Parkhomenko (@Adam Parkhomenko) June 26, 2018
Chao said, to make the activists of “you are my man alone!”
In an interview with Shannon Bream on “Fox News @ Night,” McConnell praised his wife and criticised the demonstrators, and threaten, in his view, on the line, when you start, other.
“I’m a big believer in free speech, and sometimes what people say is not great,” he said. “I don’t think that bad behavior is a good way to convey your views. And I always think in the faces of the people in public and try not to make you uncomfortable is certainly a good way to sell your point of view.”
MCCONNELL ‘LOVED IT WHEN ELAINE CHAO CONFRONTED THE DEMONSTRATORS: ‘I HAVE A HARD WOMAN’
McConnell confronted the protesters again in July, when he harassed verbally by the protesters, the abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) challenge, as he is a Louisville restaurant.
“Where are the babies, Mitch?”, another protester shouted, presumably in reference to the Trump-government, the “zero tolerance policy”.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman, Adam Shaw, Bradford Betz, Elizabeth Zwirz and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.