Protesters in Bowling Green boycott Sessions’ firing
All across the nation Thursday night, protesters gathered to boycott the firing of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
One of those protests took place in the city of Bowling Green.
Several dozen protesters holding signs and chanting, "This is what democracy looks like," gathered in front of the Natcher Federal Courthouse. The protesters then marched to Circus Square Park.
Those who attended the gathering fear President Trump is trying to derail Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
"I have been doing this since the ’60s," Wayne Johnson, a protester at the gathering, says. "I thought that once we got through with the protests against the Vietnam War, that we wouldn’t have to do this kind of stuff again. But, here we are."
The nationwide protests were orchestrated by the activist group, Public Citizen. New York, Cleveland, Boston, Philadelphia and Omaha were just a few of the other cities were protesters gathered.