EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Former acting ICE director SHUT DOWN at UPenn after chaos erupts
- Former ICE Acting Director Tom Homan was shouted off stage by protesters at the University of Pennysylvania.
- Organizers of the campus event ended up canceling the scheduled engagement.
Former ICE Acting Director Tom Homan was scheduled to speak at the University of Pennsylvania on Wednesday but, before he could utter a word, disruptive protesters shut down the event.
Exclusive video obtained by Campus Reform shows students inside and outside of the venue chanting "no hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here," "abolish ICE," "f*ck the police," and "go home Homan." One protester held a sign that read, "I prefer crushed ICE." The disruptions prompted organizers to cancel the event, an action for which UPenn students and alumni had earlier signed a petition.