Protesters demonstrated against a prayer session Wednesday at a town hall meeting for U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, R-La..
In a video obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, demonstrators decried the chaplain presiding over the prayer by chanting several obscenities that prevented him from leading the crowd in prayer.
Many of the protesters were triggered by phrases like “In God We Trust,” and “In Jesus’s name.”
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One protester even called the chaplain “lucifer” when he evoked God’s name.
Other remarks and chants from the crowd included statements like, “Separation of church and state!” and “Pray on your own time!”
The protesters were part of the anti-Trump protest group Indivisible.The organization has loose ties with George Soros and his network of left-wing organizations via the top Democrat leadership of the group.
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In another video of the demonstration, protesters complained and decried the entire event when the Pledge of Allegiance was recited, booing and heckling throughout, according to The Daily Caller.
The intent of the town hall was for Cassidy to address his constituents on concerns surrounding coming changes in health care reform, immigration policy, and the economy.
Instead, though, Cassidy was met with anti-Trump slogans, instead of reasonable debate.
One protester yelled, “Do your job.” Another woman even heckled, “Get on with it” during the presentation while another at the front of the audience yelled, “Your words run hollow” repeatedly.
Cassidy is a medical doctor and has been a vocal opponent of the Affordable Care Act. He serves on the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, as well as the Committee on Finance, among others.
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