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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Heckled at Mexican Restaurant

HeadlineJun 20, 2018
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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was also heckled Tuesday at a Mexican restaurant in Washington, D.C., by protesters who shouted, “Shame on you!”

Protester 1: “How does that make you feel?”

Protester 2: “Shame on you!”

Protester 1: “Shame on you!”

Protester 2: “Shame!”

Protester 1: “Have you listened to it? Do you hear the babies crying?”

The protesters were also yelling, “Have you listened to the audio yet?” and “Do you hear the babies crying?”—references to the audio released by ProPublica in which separated children are crying “Mama” and “Papi” from inside a detention center.

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