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Washington Examiner White House reporter Gabby Morrongiello on the debate over immigration, the increasingly heated political climate.

The backlash against Trump administration’s immigration policy has escalated in a matter of days of routine protests confront includes a strategy, the members of the Cabinet and other Trump-bound-officials in virtually every public place.

Democratic Republic of Maxine Waters from California over the weekend has sought, the ‘resistance’ to a new level, if you are seen supporters are asked to rave about the members of the Cabinet at the gas station and everywhere where you.

“When someone looks in the closet in a restaurant, in a Department store, a gas station, get out and create a lot of and slide it back on you, and you tell them they are welcome everywhere,” said Waters.

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She later told MSNBC that the protesters “are going to bother absolutely.”

The warning comes after White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was asked to leave, Virginia restaurant, all of which was after a turbulent week in which the administration will be forced to foot a policy of the separation of immigrant families illegally crossing the border.

But the continuing backlash and threats of more confrontation triggered, the safety aspects as well as questions about the question of whether a line is crossed separation of legitimate political protest against real harassment.

Waters’ comments drew a strong rebuke from Republican lawmakers amid fears that the protests escalate. A spokesman for house majority whip Steve Scalise, who was injured in the shooting in a congressional baseball practice over a year ago, warned about the dangers of overheated rhetoric and protests.

“Whip Scalise knows firsthand of the dangerous consequences that can arise from political differences personally, and acrid” spokeswoman Lauren Fine said in a statement. “We are fortunate to live in a country where we have the right to freely debate our differences civilly. Harassment is never an acceptable method of disagreement.”

For now, a popular tactic, it seems, confront officials restaurants.

Earlier last week, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen had a working dinner in a Mexican restaurant in Washington cut after protesters shame and shouted,”!”, until you left. And on Friday – on the same day, Sanders’ was left asked, the Red hen restaurant in Lexington, Va. – the protesters gathered outside Nielsen Virginia city house, chanting “no justice, no sleep” and plays the cry recordings of immigrant children.

Stephen Miller, the controversial White house consultant, was also accosted last week, when he tried to eat 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.

On Saturday, the Florida Attorney General and the flaming trump trailer, Pam Bondi, was confronted by a group of protesters against the screening of a documentary about Mister Rogers in Tampa. A video of the confrontation, the Florida AG to leave the theater, several people shouting, a woman is seen yelling at via Bondi recent actions on health care policy, and their stance on immigration.

But Bondi Fox & Friends said on Monday that the harassment began when she waited in line for tickets, and more in the theatre.

“If you want people to protest is one thing, but you are trying to start a fight,” Bondi said. “I’m not going to change my life, this is what you want.”

Even celebrities are getting in on the trolling-the Trump-administration, with “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver requested his audience to send obscene images to a state attorney General Jeff Sessions and booking Sessions, ” E-Mail account on air.

Actor Peter Fonda also was convicted for his Twitter-calling the “rip Barron Trump of his mother in his arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles.”

The recent incidents prompted the DHS over the weekend on the topic a note about “an increased threat”, against their employees due to the excitement about Trump, the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy.

“This assessment is based on specific and credible threats were made against certain DHS employees, and a strong increase in the total number of General threats to DHS employees, although the truth content varies each threat,” the memo from acting deputy secretary of homeland security, Claire M. Grady said, according to CBS News. “Also, in the last few days, thousands of employees have their personally identifiable information released to the public [sic] on social media.”

The memo does not recommend allegedly, the staff numerous security badge arrangements, including the work in public, be careful with public discussions and with caution on all social networks.

The White house has not responded to Fox News’ request for comment, if additional security measures are taken with the staff.

Many conservative columnists – and even some prominent liberal – have come to the defence of Sanders, Nielsen and other trump employees of the administration for the harassment, which they were exposed.

“The treatment of Sanders on the Red Hen restaurant is the epitome of the double standards of many conservative Americans feel they’ve lived under for years,” Michael Graham, a columnist for the Boston Herald, wrote.

Regarding the protesters, wrote Graham, “is considered instead of the straight, as “terrorists” and “extremists,” as Tea y members were during the Obama era, the perpetrators are celebrated, up to the ‘evil.'”

As Graham suggested, Democrats and moderate Republicans face similar safety concerns during a tense town hall meetings during the start of the Tea y movement early on in the Obama administration.

David Axelrod, a former President Obama senior political adviser, took to Twitter over the weekend to lambast today’s protesters and say they were doing more to help, the Trump administration as injured.

A little amazed and appalled at the number of people on the Left, praised the expulsion of @PressSec and your family from a restaurant.
This, in the end, is a triumph for @realDonaldTrump’s vision of America:
Now we are divided by red patches & blue plates!#sad

— David Axelrod (@David Axelrod) June 24, 2018

“A little amazed and appalled at the number of people on the Left, praised tweeted the expulsion of @PressSec and your family from a restaurant,” Axelrod. “This is the end, is a triumph for @realDonaldTrump’s vision of America: Now we are divided by red patches & blue plates!”

Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.

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