Elizabeth Warren Visibly Scared After Black Protesters Protest During Her Speech, Look Who Comes To Her Rescue (VIDEO)

During a recent campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia, Elizabeth "Pocahontas" Warren was clearly seen to be scared and shaken up when a group of black protestors showed up and shouted at her during her while she was speaking. She became so flustered she had to stop speaking.

The protest came from a group who were protesting against Warren's pledge to eliminate school choice for families that use the public school system.

According to Fox News,

“Fighters I want to talk about tonight are black women,” Warren began, drawing applause and cheers. “As a white woman I will never fully understand the discrimination, the pain, the harm that black Americans have experienced just because of the color of their skin."

Suddenly some protesters, later identified as a group backing school choice, began chanting.

“Our children, our choice!," they shouted, with Warren trying to speak over them.

Warren supporters then tried to drown out the protesters by chanting "Warren!" "Warren!"

The protesters then countered with “Dream big, our choice!”

“Alright, so let’s talk a little,” Warren said, attempting to engage with the dissenters.

But the protesters continued chanting, first "We want to be heard!” and then back to “Our children, our choice!”

Seeing that Warren was distured, "Squad" member Ayanna Pressley came to Warren's aid to quiet down the group.

“I want to say something. No one is here to quiet you — at least not this black woman who knows what it is when people try to put me in a corner and tell me to be quiet.

You are welcome here. The senator is here to talk about the contributions, fighters like you, have made to history so, in this moment, there are many people that do not know this story because we have rendered as a historical footnote in history so I am going to appeal to you to not dishonor that history.

We are grateful for your activism and your voice and you are welcome here and we would love to convene after this about the issue that you are here to stoke our consciousness about.

But when these women have been ignored this long, this is their moment and we are going to hear the story."

I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Pressley actually staged this whole thing. She's more crooked than a fishing hook.

I think she's trying to make a play at becoming the running mate for Warren, and you know what? She's just naive enough to do it. She's already given her a prime role on her campaign, but I bet she's going to want more.