A bunch of protesters staged a sit-in in U.S. Rep. Jared Golden’s Bangor workplace on Wednesday demanding that he help Home Decision 786, which requires “a direct deescalation and cease-fire in Israel and occupied Palestine.”
Bangor Police confirmed that that they had been to the workplace and that there have been protesters there however didn’t instantly present extra data.
WERU reported on Fb that there have been 10 activists in Rep. Golden’s workplace.
Golden, who represents Maine’s 2nd District, lately drew disapproval from critics of Isreal’s marketing campaign in Gaza when he joined 21 different Democrats in a Home vote Tuesday to censure Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan — the one Palestinian American in Congress and a co-sponsor of HR 786 — for feedback she made in regards to the Israel-Hamas struggle.
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