Protesters removed from Senate ISIS hearing

Protesters were kicked out of a Tuesday's Senate hearing after interrupting Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel with pleas for the U.S. to not engage in war with the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Hagel briefed the Senate Armed Services Committee on the strategy being developed to strike ISIS in Syria, but was repeatedly interrupted by members of Code Pink, an anti-war group.


Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) urged the anti-war protestors to be seated but eventually expelled them from the session.

"Your act is very war-like yourself," Levin told one protester.

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