We get it.

Whenever Democrats show up at a Republican congressional office to complain and offer the media grand visuals, it’s going to get news coverage.

We know this because the media keeps falling for it over and over again.

Is it really newsworthy? No. Perhaps that’s why Democrats are now using the disabled to cause commotions that forces police to become involved, thus providing photo ops of sick people in wheelchairs getting arrested.

Take the incident on Thursday with protestors from Democratic Socialists of America at U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s office.

They’ve demanded an audience with him, and so they got one. But still they refused to leave the office building after it closed because Gardner did not commit to vote no on a bill that is still being drafted.

So the protestors in wheelchairs had to be removed, again, by police, with the media ready to pounce on the story.

But it’s not just the media’s actions that are encouraging this sort of behavior, fault also lies with Democratic senators, including U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet.

Nine Senate Democrats are celebrating progressive activists holding lawmakers’ feet to the fire over their Republican counterparts’ plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Sens. Martin Heinrich of New Mexico, Michael Bennet of Colorado, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin were among those applauding their party’s efforts in blocking the bill.

Democratic activists are using disabled Americans to stage these political stunts across the country, and Bennet among other so-called Democratic leaders, are applauding the atrocity.

Their tactics reminds us of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, when Saadam Huissen used women and children as human shields to prevent an American military attack.

Using disabled Americans in wheelchairs to act as human shields to block the destruction of Obamacare is just as contemptible.