Animal rights activists quickly interrupt Sanders’ convene in California


At slightest 5 animal rights activists on Monday rushed a theatre as presidential claimant Bernie Sanders spoke during a convene in Oakland, video posted online showed.

The protesters were led divided by several Secret Service agents before they were means to strech a Democrat, whose debate was quickly interrupted by a disturbance, a video posted by CNN showed.

A Secret Service representative rushed to Sanders’ side, grabbed him and wrapped his arms around a presidential claimant during a ruckus.

“We don’t get intimidated easily,” pronounced Sanders, as he resumed his speech.

Animal rights organisation Direct Action Everywhere claimed shortcoming for a protest, observant in a matter that it hoped to convince Sanders to take a tough position opposite bureau farms.

“Bernie Sanders claims to support a ‘good’ farms,” romantic Rachel Ziegler pronounced in a statement. “But as a steady investigations have shown, even a ‘good’ farms are horrific.”

The classification posted a video online display during slightest 5 protesters being led divided by confidence crew after they climbed onto a stage.

Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont, is using distant behind Hillary Clinton in a competition for a Democratic assignment for a Nov. 8 presidential election.

In March, a male stormed a theatre as a unreserved Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump spoke in Vandalia, Ohio before being hold by several agents.

(Reporting by Brendan O’Brien in Milwaukee; Editing by Michael Perry and Ralph Boulton)


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