During A Moment Of Silence At Blackburn-Graham Event, Protesters CROSS THE LINE

Sunday afternoon Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) held a Senate campaign event in Nashville, TN alongside Sen. Lindsey Graham, (R-SC), who is making his rounds helping Republican candidates ahead of the November midterms.

The event however, was interrupted several times by intolerant mob-style protesters with Trump derangement syndrome. (Videos Below)

During a moment of silence for the victims of the Tree of Life massacre in Pittsburgh at Sunday’s campaign event, leave it to the mob to ruin it.

You read that right.

During the moment of silence held, the mob rudely interrupted with shouting and yelled, “Marsha Blackburn is a white supremacist.” She was ultimately thrown out.

The mob didn’t just try to obstruct patriot’s rights to support the candidate of their choice by shouting down speakers, they started shouting during a moment of silence for the synagogue attack victims. This is why President Trump declared, “Jobs Not Mobs!” (Videos Below)

Marsha Blackburn released a statement condemning the horrific event that unfolded in PA writing on Twitter, “My heart breaks for the families who lost loved ones during the horrific events at the Tree of Life Synagogue. Thank you to law enforcement who acted quickly to apprehend the shooter. These anti-Semitic acts of evil have no place in society & I am praying for all those affected.”

After the mob interrupted her campaign event, Blackburn released the following statement:

(Videos Below)

Here is what happened: 

A woman protesting and screaming while being removed from the event:

Another protester:

During a moment of silence for the victims of a recent mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, another woman yelled out, “Marsha Blackburn is a white supremacist.”


The face of hate:

Peter Doocy of Fox News has the scoop:

Protesting at Blackburn’s event was so bad that the Bredesen campaign released a statement condemning the protesters:

And for laughs: