Last week, Twitchy reported on an incident in Washington where Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos was taunted, followed and physically blocked by protesters at a public school.

The man charged is Bilal Ahmed Askaryar, who has provided commentary to NPR and is himself a refugee from Afghanistan.

Via the Washington Examiner:

Bilal Ahmed Askaryar was the man charged with assault, according to Politico, in the effort to block Betsy DeVos from entering a public school.

It’s not clear yet exactly whom Askaryar is charged with assaulting, and Askaryar has pleaded not guilty.

Askaryar is a long-time human rights activist. He wrote a piece last month for NPR in which he tells the gripping story of fleeing Afghanistan with his family.

It seems more and more America is turning into a constant protest; at least they are starting to figure out instances like this are in no way “peaceful assembly.”