Union Leaders Zip-Tied And Arrested As They Protest Shutdown Outside Mitch McConnell’s Office

With hundreds of of thousands of federal workers out of work and without pay for over a month, union leaders took to protest outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s office.

Washington Post reporter, Marissa Lang, captured the dramatic moments on video below as the labor leaders were zip-tied and detained.

Kristin Mink shared footage on Twitter as well.

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