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Video shows DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen is so fallen into the word, harassed at DC restaurant

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill, Jan. 16, 2018.

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was bothered by an angry socialist mob and forced out of a Mexican restaurant in Washington on Tuesday evening, amid backlash over the Federal government’s “zero-tolerance” stance on the U.S.-Mexican border.

The video, released by the Metro-DC Democratic socialists of America, shows a group of protesters Nielsen MXDC Cocina Mexicana bothered, a restaurant in the vicinity of the White house.

“Shame!,” a protester yells at Nielsen.

“If children of other screams do not eat to eat in peace, in peace”.

“Kirstjen Nielsen, you are a scoundrel! On block you!”

– Protester under a Washington restaurant

“Kirstjen Nielsen, you are a scoundrel! To lock it!” a third says.

“How can you enjoy a Mexican dinner, as you scream for the deportation and imprisonment of tens of thousands of people here listen to asylum in the United States?” to a person. “We call on you to end the separation of the family and the abolition of ICE cream.”

Another protester had a problem with Nielsen, the choice of where to dine.

“In a Mexican restaurant, of all places!,” the heckler shouts. “The f—–g bile!”

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen dining hall Tuesday evening seen, while the security people, the protesters all the way.

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Homeland Security @SecNielsen have declared a fantastic job yesterday at the press conference, the security at the border and for our country, to out of date while at the same time, the recommendation of changes & evil laws that force the separation of the family. We want to “heart” and ” security in the Americas!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 20, 2018

The protesters also played an audio clip of crying children in the facilities, after he was reportedly taken away from their parents, who tried to enter the border illegally.

“How does this work asks are you feeling?” a socialist activist. “You hear the babies crying?”

A separate video-recorded Nielsen finally, the restaurant exit. Some of the protesters seen speaking with police, another video shows.

DHS Secretary Nielsen have just driven out of a Mexican restaurant here on the 14th Street of activists. DSA, I think. pic.twitter.com/lTKutryXBO

— Osita Nwanevu (@OsitaNwanevu) June 20, 2018

The group defended its actions Thursday, said: “We will not stand by and let the Secretary Nielsen dine in peace, while you tear directing their employees to little girls away from their mothers and crying boys away from their fathers at our border.”

“Secretary Nielsen and all the other that has carried out this brutal and cold-blooded orders to tear families should never be allowed to eat and drink in public again. This barbaric acts must stop and those who need to be dragged to the top to account. While the Secretary has been ruined dinner, the Nielsen, it is nothing compared to the horrors she added inflicted on innocent families,” the statement, published on Facebook.

.@SecNielsen encourages all of us – this group -who want to see an immigration system that works, contributes to our economy, protects our security and our values reflects the ” reach out to Members & seeks your support to close immigration loopholes, our system is a mess.

— Tyler Q. Houlton (@SpoxDHS) June 20, 2018

DHS spokesman Tyler Q. Houlton said Nielsen was a “work dinner” in the time and confronted the protesters, the “share your concern with our current immigration laws have created a crisis on our southern border.”

“[Secretary Nielsen] calls for all of us – this group– who want to see an immigration system that works, contributes to our economy, protects our security and our values reflects the ” reach out to Members & seeks your support to close immigration loopholes, our system is a mess,” Houlton continued.

“The Secretary, in cooperation with members of Congress for months in search of a solution, and you will continue to do so this week.”

“The Secretary, in cooperation with members of Congress for months in search of a solution, and you will continue to do so this week.”

– Tyler Q. Houlton, press secretary, Department of Homeland Security

The trump administration has been facing a backlash over the introduction of the “zero-tolerance” policy, led to at least 2,000 young children separated from their parents after they crossed the border illegally.

Top Republicans in Congress scrambling to come up with a legislative solution to the controversy. Senate majority whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, told Fox News that a solution could be to come in a “matter of days.”

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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