Republican congressman unleashes on radical protestors after being cornered by them

Brian Mast (R-Fl)

Angry demonstrators harassing politicians are becoming a normal occurrence in this country. But this GOP politician isn’t having any of it.

And a Republican congressman unleashes on radical protestors after being cornered by them.

Pro-Hamas protests have been taking place all across the country for months now.

These protests have especially gotten out of hand on college campuses, specifically Columbia University.

And now they’re harassing legislators on Capitol Hill.

Pro-Hamas members of the activist group Code Pink cornered Rep. Brian Mast (R-Fl) earlier this week for supporting Israel.

They tried to get Mast to support a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas and argued that “innocent” people were being killed by Israel as a result of the Jewish nation defending itself against terrorists.

“I think Israel should go in there and kick the s*** out of them, just absolutely destroy them, their infrastructure, level anything that they touch,” Mast said in response to the pro-Hamas protestors, referencing Israel going after the terrorist organization.

One of the demonstrators then told Mast that most of the people being killed by Israeli forces were children. To that comment, Mast said, “Let me say this very clearly: I literally don’t believe a word that you say.”

“Just because you say it doesn’t make it true though,” he continued. “Let me say this very clearly. I literally don’t believe a word that you say.”

“Well, I think that you are a heartless, soulless, cruel man…” one of the protestors said in response before being interrupted by Mast.

“From you, I’ll take that as a compliment,” Mast said back to her.

Mast posted a video of the interaction on X, with the caption, “Hamas ended the ceasefire on October 7th. These despicable terrorists are solely responsible for all the lives lost.”

“Now, it’s time to kick their a**.”

Hamas announced on Monday that they were going to accept a deal regarding hostages and a ceasefire.

But officials from Israel said that Hamas’ terms in the deal did not meet what the Jewish nation was requiring of them and what was already approved.

“After Hamas agreed to the mediators’ proposal for a ceasefire, the ball is now in the court of Israeli occupation, whether it will agree to the ceasefire agreement or obstruct it,” an official from Hamas said.

At the time this article is being written, Israel has made intentions to try and eliminate Hamas through an operation in Rafah, “in order to apply military pressure on Hamas, with the goal of making progress on freeing the hostages and the other war aims.”

President Biden has announced that the U.S. won’t provide weapons to Israel if they proceed with the invasion.

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