A campaign event in Seattle for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was inturrupted by several Black Lives Matter protesters yesterday. Sanders ceded the microphone to their leader and eventually left without delivering his speech.
"If you do not listen to her, your event will be shut down right now."
"Hold it ma'am, excuse me," Bernie Sanders says as he walks away. "If that is your attitude than I have nothing to say."
Eventually, she gets control of the microphone.
"Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown."
"Bernie says that he is about the people, about grass roots movement," she says once Sanders steps aside. "The biggest grassroots movement in this country right now is the Black Lives Matter movement."
They chant and hold a moment of silence for Michael Brown.