The Secretary DeVos protestors are about to start rethinking their actions.
On Friday, the Washington D.C. police announced on Twitter that they are launching an investigation the possibility that Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was “assaulted” after far-left demonstrators prevented her from entering a D.C. school.
The Daily Caller reports:
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, one adult male was arrested for assaulting a police officer during the incident and a claim that Sec. DeVos was assaulted is under investigation.
DeVos initially attempted to enter Jefferson Middle School Academy, when protesters, organized by a Washington D.C. union, physically blocked her and her staff from walking up the stairway to the entrance into the building.
After turning around and walking towards a waiting car, she was followed by heckling protesters chanting “shame” and screaming at her for her political donations to Republican members of Congress.
However, the education secretary says she is “not deterred,” reassuring that she will start the long fight for better schools and quality education, no matter what stands in her way.
— DC Police Department (@DCPoliceDept) February 10, 2017
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