Skip to comments.Disabled protesters target Indianapolis home of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar
Posted on 06/10/2018 12:07:19 PM PDT by DFG
IDozens of protesters, many in wheelchairs, demonstrated Sunday outside the Northside Indianapolis home of a member of President Donald Trump's cabinet.
The protesters from ADAPT chanted and hoisted signs at the home of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, near 75th Street and Washington Boulevard, in Meridian Hills.
ADAPT, a national advocacy group for the disabled, says the protest was meant to draw attention to its claim that shock devices are used on developmentally disabled patients at the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center in Canton, Mass., and the Food and Drug Administration has stalled on rules on that would end the practice.
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Labor unions started this despicable tactic that targets the families of top executives.
I remember when Dr. Raoul used to protest along with scores of others every time Hillary showed her face in public around DC. I also remember that — if not for Free Republic — those protests would never have seen the light of day.
Police don’t keep noisemakers away from private homes anymore?
If the federal government would leave such matters to the states, this problem wouldn’t exist.
We need a smaller federal government.
Of course all that they are protesting started only after Trump was elected and his Cabinet members were confirmed! TRIPLE SARCASM
Indy has a whack job liberal for a mayor..
I’m just surprised he wasn’t there for a photo op showing him personally filling a pothole
These a$$holes had no idea if he was there or not; they just go in and screw up a whole neighborhood of private homes on a Sunday morning.
They should be arrested and charged with disturbing the peace and trespassing.
Google this facility. Articles going back to when Obama was President and there were complaints and requests to stop the shocking. July 2016 the FDA was taking comments on the issue before making a decision.
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