Cindy Sheehan Takes Over Microphone at Dem's Press Conference

The new democratic speaker?

Peace activist Cindy Sheehan speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2007 where House Democrats were meeting. Though the microphones were set up for House members to speak after the meeting, Sheehan appeared and announced her continued anti-war stance and handed out flyers. (AP Photo/Lauren Victoria Burke)

The News Buckit has a Sheehan roundup.

Peace activist Cindy Sheehan(C) speaks before reading the names of US soldiers killed in Iraq during a rally in front of the White House in Washington, DC. Sheehan and about a dozen other peace protesters demonstrated at the House of Representatives to urge Democrats to aggressively investigate the war in Iraq.(AFP/Mandel Ngan)

FOX News reports:

WASHINGTON — Iraq war protesters broke up a press conference by House Democrats on Wednesday with chants to bring American troops home from Iraq.

Chanting “de-escalate, investigate, troops home now,” the protesters disrupted a briefing aimed at outlining priority goals when Democrats take over the House and Senate on Thursday.

“We didn’t put you in power to work with the people that have been murdering hundreds of thousands of people since they have been in power,” Sheehan said. “We put you in power to be opposition to them finally and we’re the ones who put them in power.”

TigerHawk reveals, “That ain’t no peace activist.”
HotAir has the video.
Note to dems: Turn off the mic.

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