Mitchell McConnellWhat to know about Trump's Supreme Court pick so far Bookstore owner calls police after customer confronted Steve Bannon McConnell pushing Trump toward 2 potential Supreme Court picks: report MORE (R-Ky.) as he was leaving a restaurant in his home state on Saturday.
According to video obtained by The Louisville Courier-Journal, protesters shouted "Abolish ICE" and "Vote you out!"
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been lambasted by leftist politicians and had its staff and their families threatened by "Antifa" activists for their role in enforcing the administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policies.
McConnell didn't react to the protestors, and one protestor said, "We did good, fellow citizens", after the senator's vehicle pulled away.
Asked to respond to the encounter, McConnell spokesman David Popp told the Post, "If the Leader comments on being called a fascist and a supporter of ICE by a small handful of extremist protesters then I will let you know".
So when someone spotted McConnell at the restaurant and asked for help confronting him, the socialist group helped spread the word on social media. She walked a step ahead of the Senate's top Republican, and the rest of the crowd followed close behind, still chanting and shouting.
One man is heard asking McConnell: "Where are the babies, Mitch?" - an apparent reference to the migrant children who have yet to be reunited with their families despite President Donald Trump's executive order last month ordering an end to family separations among undocumented immigrants at the U.S. -Mexico border. Where are the babies, Mitch?
"How do you sleep at night?" one protester shouted. "Yeah! We know where you live, Mitch!"
"We did good, fellow citizens", one of group congratulated the rest as the Highlander headed toward the alley.
The protests ended peacefully and without incident around noon, just before a video was posted to Facebook showing Sen.
Waters, a Democratic congresswoman from Los Angeles, has made headlines for encouraging protesters to harass White House officials over the administration's immigration policies.