Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) was stopped by a protester inside a Senate building on Friday and asked to “apologize” to her children.
His offense? “Ruining their future,” she said.
“Senator Cassidy, can you please apologize to my children for ruining their future?” the protester said.
Rather than ignoring them and walking right by, Sen. Cassidy stopped, turned to the children, and issued a response no one saw coming. It appears that the women were referring to the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“Guess what? … I know your parents are using you as tools,” Cassidy told the children. “In the future if somebody makes an allegation against you & there’s no proof for it, you'll be OK.”
Cassidy then turned and walked away as the protester and an associate scrambled to get their words out.
Watch the video below:
Obviously stunned, one of the protesters started screaming about “black men.”
“What about black men? Black men get the presumption of guilty, but white men get the presumption of innocence. So what about white men if you use that analogy?”
The other protester then shouted, “Shame on you for not believing women and for ruining my daughters’ lives.”
When the so-called protesters sought out to record a viral video, they likely didn't expect it to go like that. The video is going viral, just not for the reason they were hoping.
Democrats clearly haven't gotten over the latest loss to Trump yet.