A man was hauled out of campaign event in Houston after he bombarded Hillary Clinton with questions about her husband Bill Clinton’s trips to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private island.
The ruckus went down Friday while Clinton was in Texas campaigning on behalf of Democrat Mayoral candidate Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee.
“Hey, Hillary. Why did your husband visit Epstein Island 26 times?” said the man, later identified as Alex Rosen.
His questions were promptly drowned out by a chorus of boos and chanting from the crowd.
Rosen, 23, was later surrounded by security and physically dragged from the venue.
“Is this really necessary officer, you guys are dragging a grown man. Is this necessary? Come on,” Rosen screamed as he was dragged across the floor.
Rosen, who is part of the Houston-based group Predator Poacher and is a self-proclaimed independent journalist, later posted video of the altercation to his X account — generating more than 3 million views.
The incident comes just days after Hillary Clinton was heckled by another protester at a different event at Columbia University who demanded she denounce a “warmongering speech” made by President Biden.
“I’ll meet you outside. You’re done,” Clinton warned the Columbia heckler.
Since his arrest and alleged suicide in a New York City jail cell, questions have swirled about former President Clinton’s involvement with the billionaire sex fiend.
Former President Clinton flew on Epstein’s private “Lolita Express” jet at least 26 times, call logs released in 2016 suggest. At least one jaunt was documented with a picture of Clinton posing in the plane’s entryway with Epstein accomplice Ghislane Maxwell.
In a statement, Clinton admitted to four trips aboard the aircraft and insisted everything had been above board.
“In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation,” his spokesman said in July 2019.