Karl Rove Book Event Gets Disrupted By Code Pink Protesters (Video)

One protester approached Rove with a pair of handcuffs

Rove was forced to leave the stage

About 100 fans came out to hear Karl Rove at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills Monday night to discuss his book "Courage and Consequences," but the fight wasn't contained to his book. Anti-war protesters came out, some rushing the stage, to call Rove a "war criminal" and worse.

The fans came to get their books signed, but they never got that chance. One woman, the co-founder of the anti-war group Code Pink, approached him with handcuffs and said she was there to make a citizen's arrest. Jodie Evans charged him with "outing a CIA agent...Rove "was shouted down and forced to leave the stage."Another woman screamed at Rove.

There were several heated exchanges between Rove and his critics before he decided he had enough and he left the stage.He called one detractor a "lunatic." He told several others repeatedly to "get the heck out of here."Bryan reported that security was apparently lacking and Rove was "left to fend for himself."
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Here's Rove at a book signing yesterday at a Borders in Thousand Oaks, this doesn't go well either, they call him "war criminal" and one guy tore up Rove's book inside the store (and all we hear about is the hate on the right)