So this is how it’s going to be?

As Twitchy reported, protesters drove DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen out of a restaurant this week and later surrounded her private residence. Sarah Huckabee Sanders was refused service at a restaurant because she’s part of the Trump administration and was told to leave.

And now, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was escorted from a screening of the Mr. Rogers documentary by police as screaming protesters followed her through and out of the building.

They were totally justified though … at least that’s the prevailing opinion on the Left.

You know, that sounds like a winning platform for 2018 and beyond.

And that’s not even counting the millions dead from the rollback of net neutrality and the GOP tax cuts kicking in.

But seriously folks; Nick Short makes a good point:

Nielsen being driven from the restaurant seems to be the work of the Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists, and The Hill reports that one person yelling at Bondi was Maria José Chapa, a labor organizer:

Timothy Heberlein of left-leaning group Organize Florida, took the video and uploaded it to Twitter.

Heberlein told the Times that he and his friends likely would have confronted Bondi regardless of the movie she was seeing, but noted that the neighborly message of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” clashed with Bondi’s recent decision to join 19 other Republican-led states in a lawsuit to overturn key tenets of the Affordable Care Act.

And it’s being encouraged by celebrities like Kathy “Decapitated Trump Head” Griffin, who told her followers this week that NO member of the Trump administration “must never ever be allowed to return to decent society.”

Oh, and P.S.: