Elizabeth Warren was met by a crowd after touching down at an airport in Reno, NV, who greeted her with chants and cheers.
Except, the shouts weren’t for her!
The crowd was made up of Trump supporters donning MAGA hats and holding “Trump 2020” signs who followed Warren through the airport all the way to her car, yelling chants like,
“Stop the impeachment!”
and at one point,
“Socialism is a true form of insanity!”
Watch the videos of the scene on Twitter here:
Elizabeth Warren, of course, is among the members of the left pushing for Trump to be impeached from presidency.
The New York Post had the following to say about the greeting Warren got after landing in Reno:
Welcome to Reno, Elizabeth Warren!
A scrum of Trump-loving Nevadans chased the Democratic presidential wannabe through a Reno airport on Wednesday — letting her know exactly what they thought of a Trump impeachment inquiry.
In the video shared to Twitter by the Nevada Republican Party, a dozen protesters can be seen swarming the Massachusetts senator, yelling “don’t impeach” as she legs it through the terminal.
The heart-pounding clip lasts for 90 seconds, with Warren and her three staffers far outnumbered by the incensed mob who pursued her from her gate all the way to a waiting car.
“Socialism is a true form of insanity,” one heckler hollered at Warren, who maintained her composure and continued smiling and waving — at one point appearing to say, “Nice to see you!” to no one.
The Washington Times also said:
The Reno-Tahoe Airport apologized Wednesday after Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren was chased through the airport by a group of President Trump supporters.
Video posted on Facebook by the Nevada Republican Party showed protesters shouting “Go home!” and “Stop the impeachment!” as the Massachusetts senator tried to navigate her way out of the airport. The protesters followed Ms. Warren and her staffers all the way to their vehicle as the Massachusetts senator continued to smile and wave at them.
At the end of the video, a security officer rushed in and told the protesters to “break it up.”