Florida AG Pam Bondi Gets Harassed At Movie Theater

Left-wing activists continue to harass Republicans in public places.

Over the weekend, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was harassed by left-wing activists at a movie theater.

The Sun Sentinel reports:

Protesters confronted Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a showing of a documentary about children’s TV host Fred Rogers, and they questioned the Republican’s stands on immigration and health care.

The Tampa Bay Times reports Bondi received a police escort Friday when several members of Organize Florida confronted her as she left a Tampa theater after seeing “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” about Mr. Rogers. The demonstrators questioned Florida joining a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act and Bondi’s general support of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.

During an interview on Fox News’ Fox and Friends, Bondi discussed the incident:

On Monday, Bondi told Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends” that one protester spit on her head.

“Now I can’t say that was intentional because he was yelling so loud – I don’t know if it was just him spewing out of his mouth,” she said.

Bondi added:

She said what happened to her was beyond protesting and could have resulted in violence. Bondi said she kept telling her boyfriend not to react, telling him that is what the protesters wanted.

Bondi said that after the movie, she insisted on leaving through the theater’s front door.

“I said, ‘No way.’ I’m not going to be bullied by them.”

The incident was captured in a video and distributed on Twitter:

Left-wing activism is out of control and Democrat Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) is encouraging this very dangerous behavior.

 

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