SHOCK VIDEO, BELOW. WARNING.

While President Trump was being swore into office in Washington D.C. — a collection of stupid liberals in Nashville, TN protested.

10:30 AM

Hundreds of people sat in silent protest at a Nashville park while President Donald Trump took the oath of office.

Those gathered at Centennial Park on Friday took a 10-minute pause from talking as they declined to watch or listen to Trump’s swearing in.

A few hours later, they started chaining themselves to the Tennessee State Capitol.

2:30 p.m.

Demonstrators have chained themselves to doors of the Tennessee Capitol building at a protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Authorities are working on extracting the protesters, who also have duct-taped their arms together with tape wrapped around chicken wire and PVC pipes.

They didn’t quit after authorities extracted them. They kept doing it.

3:05 p.m.

State troopers have arrested six protesters who had chained themselves to the doors of the Tennessee Capitol.
Troopers and firefighters used shears to cut the protesters loose from each other, and they were carried down the building’s southern steps to waiting sheriff’s vehicles while other demonstrators chanted and shouted.

The public entrances to the Capitol were dead-bolted while the protest was going on.

Once the arrested protesters had been driven away, most of the remaining demonstrators left the Capitol steps and headed back to the plaza across the street.

In the video above, you see more footage of the protesters chained to the Tennessee Capitol.

Tasha Fletcher screams at the Tennessee State Troopers

[Check out all of the pictures here.]

Meghsha Barnet, 29, reacts as the Nashville Fire DepartmentThis is true MENTAL ILLNESS.

Alexandra Axel, 27, watches the Nashville Fire Department

Meghsha Barner was among other protestors who chainedJimmy Garris, 24, is carried away by Tennessee State

Meghsha Barnet, 29, reacts as the Nashville Fire Department

Ayla Williams 15, sheds a tear during the Silent Inauguration

Gretchen Napier holds in hands in prayer during the

5:45 p.m.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol says a total of 10 people were arrested after protesters locked themselves to the doors of the state Capitol.

Capt. Tommy Fyke says demonstrators were initially cut free from the door and told they could not block what is a fire exit to the building. But the protesters later chained themselves to the doors again and were arrested.

The protesters had linked arms through PVC pipes wrapped in chicken wire and duct tape. One firefighter cut himself on the chicken wire while removing the pipes from the protesters’ arms.

Fyke says the charge of blocking a fire exit is a misdemeanor.

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