October 30, 2023

Attendee Dragged Out of Hillary Event for Sheila Jackson Lee

There was a rather interesting happening during a recent event where Hillary was the featured speaker for a rally for Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-CA), who is running for mayor of Houston.

While Hillary was speaking, a man stood up asking why Bill Clinton had visited Epstein’s island 26 times.

Not long after, the man was seen being dragged out of the event center on his back, with police dragging him by the back of his shirt.

Get Him Out

Democrats only like free speech when it is supporting their case or disrupting Republican events.

When their events get interrupted, the hammer drops.

That was the case for 23-year-old Alex Rosen when he dared to bring up Bill’s dalliances on the private island.

During the event, Rosen can be seen standing up and shouting, “Why did your husband visit Epstein Island 26 times?”

Security pounced on him rather quickly, and this was the aftermath of that…

Democrats can be as outraged as they want about these events, but the fact of the matter is this is being taken right out of their playbook from the last decade.

We have all seen the protesters that showed up at Trump events, that got in the face of Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) when he was out to dinner, and even people like Fox News personality Tomi Lahren having drinks thrown on her when she was out with her parents.

Democrats sat on their hands while all this was happening.

Or, in the case of people like Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), they encouraged this behavior.

Now that the playbook is being used against them, the narrative has changed, and they are no longer so receptive to someone using their First Amendment rights to challenge them in public.

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