Anti-impeachment protesters caused quite a ruckus during remarks by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) at an Armenian Genocide Recognition resolution event.
Trump supporters disrupted an event held by the Armenian National Committee.
The event was held in Glendale, California, to thank the House of Representatives for passing a resolution affirming its recognition of the Armenian genocide.
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The scuffles and outburst lasted for roughly 15 minutes, one attendant reported.
Here are some of the tweets about what happened.
And see the video within the second tweet below.
— David Wohl (@DavidWohl) December 15, 2019
— Sam Metz (@metzsam) December 15, 2019
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This is how Trump supporters fight back.
They disrupt globalist elites when they speak at public events.
Democrats and those on the Left have been successfully doing this to those on the Right for years — and turnabout is fair play.
If you want to beat the Dems, you need to do it on their level, as I see it.
There is no “high road” anymore or “turn the other cheek” business.
That is the mentality that got us into this mess, in my opinion.
It’s time to fight fire with fire — because we’re fighting to save our president and our country.
Braking: Trump supporters disrupt event by Armenian National Committee thanking U.S. House of Reprsentatives for passing a resolution affirming its recognition of the Armenian Genocide, in Glendale w @RepAdamSchiff Scuffles broke out for about 15 minutes. @GlendaleNP @latimes pic.twitter.com/4NonoCL4AS
— Raul Roa (@raulroa) December 15, 2019
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