VIDEO: Angry Mob Surrounds Rand Paul and Wife After Trump Speech

Last night, the White House was the scene for a major spectacle, as Donald Trump officially accepted his nomination as the Republican Party’s 2020 candidate for President.

Trump accepted the honor from the White House lawn, which in and of itself was controversial to some on account of the apparent Hatch Act violations that it came with.  Earlier in the week, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows predicted that these complaints would be coming, however, taking the wind out of the sails a bit.

Then, when it was all said and done, and the guests began trickling out to head back to their hotels for the night, protesters were there to greet them.

Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul was harassed Friday after leaving the White House where President Donald Trump delivered his speech for the final night of the Republican National Convention.

Several videos capture Paul walking down the street while a crowd of protesters swarmed him and his wife. Several police officers surrounded Paul and his wife in an attempt to keep protesters at bay. A police officer appears to have been shoved into Paul, almost knocking him off his feet.

Video of the incident was soon spreading on social media:

It has been a rough couple of years for Rand Paul, who not only caught COVID-19 just weeks ago, but the Bluegrass State Senator was also recently assaulted by his neighbor, (which caused a portion of his lung to be removed), and was nearly killed by a crazed leftist back in 2017 as he and the GOP’s charity baseball team were practicing in Virginia.