Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellFormer Bush assistant: Mueller report makes Obama look 'just plain bad' 20 years after Columbine, Dems bullish on gun reform Dem says marijuana banking bill will get House vote this spring MORE (R-Ky.) was reportedly confronted by a small group of diners at a restaurant in Louisville, Ky., on Friday night. 

In footage obtained by TMZ, at least one diner at the Havana Rumba restaurant can be seen berating the Kentucky Republican for his politics. 

At the beginning of the clip, the diner can be seen yelling at the Republican and arguing with his wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine ChaoElaine Lan ChaoWhy an independent panel must investigate Boeing crashes 'Distractor in Chief' has made room for unprecedented regulatory reform Trump Cabinet down to three women amid administration turnover MORE.

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“Oh yeah, why don’t you get out of here? Why don’t you leave our entire country,” the diner can be seen telling the couple as others at the restaurant shooed the diner and told him to leave the senator alone.

“They’re going to come for Social Security,” the diner continued before appearing to be approached by restaurant staff.

The woman who recorded the incident told TMZ the diner also slammed his fists on the couple’s table and threw out his food.

According to TMZ, McConnell was confronted by four men in total during the incident.

"The leader and Secretary Chao enjoyed their meal in Louisville last night and they appreciate those who spoke up against incivility," a spokesperson for McConnell told CNN affiliate WLKY. "They hope other patrons weren't too inconvenienced by left-wing tantrums. As the leader often says, the Senate will not be intimidated by the antics of far-left protesters."

The restaurant told WLKY "we deeply regret the incident that took place at our restaurant this weekend."

"We strongly believe everyone should feel welcome and safe in our restaurants," the restaurant said. 

In recent months, videos have emerged of protesters directly confronting conservatives figures across the country.

Earlier this year, protesters publicly confronted the Environmental Protection Agency's former administrator Scott PruittEdward (Scott) Scott PruittOvernight Energy: Flint residents can sue EPA over water crisis | Environmentalists see victory with Green New Deal blitz | March global temperatures were second hottest on record | EPA told to make final decision on controversial pesticide Court orders EPA to make final decision on banning controversial pesticide Former EPA chief Scott Pruitt registers as lobbyist in Indiana MORE before his resignation, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen NielsenKirstjen Michele NielsenOvernight Energy: Mueller report reveals Russian efforts to sow division over coal jobs | NYC passes sweeping climate bill likened to 'Green New Deal' | EPA official says agency may ban asbestos | Energy Dept. denies Perry planning exit The Hill's 12:30 Report: Inside the Mueller report Energy Dept denies report that Rick Perry is planning to leave Trump admin MORE, among others.

-Updated Oct. 21 at 6:20 a.m.