WATCH: Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Accost Mitch McConnell At an Airport


Is it just me or are liberal activists badgering more and more conservative politicians as the days go by? No matter if you’re at a restaurant trying to have dinner with your wife or if you’re trying to get home from the airport, it unfortunately appears you’ll have to expect these protestors along the way.

On Monday, while leaving Washington Reagan National Airport, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was badgered with questions by three anti-Kavanaugh activists who demanded to know  everything from “Do you not believe survivors, or does it not matter?” to “Do you want the Republican party - to be the party that is known for promoting rape and sexual assault?”

After McConnell greeted a man with a handshake as he passed by, one of the activists judged his actions as sexist, saying, “Senator McConnell why would you speak to this man and not to these women who are talking to you about their surviving stories?”

I don’t know, but I have a feeling he wasn’t interested in speaking to them because he may have felt they were being intrusive, but that’s just my two cents.

Another activist decided she was being “assaulted” because a man to McConnell’s right put his arm out to stop her from cutting off their walking path.

“Excuse me are you assaulting me? Am I being assaulted right now?” she demanded.

The two-minute video shows these three women asking non-stop questions while following (though some might say stalking) McConnell to his vehicle.  You can watch the video below:

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