Former CIA Director interrupted by 'No More War' chants from DNC crowd| July 27, 2016
PHILADELPHIA – When former Secretary of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director Leon Panetta addressed the DNC crowd before 9 P.M. on Wednesday, parts of the arena floor erupted with discontent. Several sections of the audience protested against Panetta’s praise of American military power with signs and chants. Panetta had to pause his speech. The ‘Prince’ documented this exchange.
Hillary Clinton taught the Department of Defense that”No one attacks the United States and gets away with it,” Panetta said.
“NO MORE WAR,” several groups at the Democratic National Convention start chanting in the middle of Panetta’s speech. Many protestors were Bernie supporters, sources say.
Chanters in the front rows quiet down.
The “no more war” chanters higher in the stands continue waving signs.