Video footage resurfaced Sunday that shows security guards physically removing Rep. Rashida Tlaib from a 2016 Donald Trump campaign speech after she disrupted it.
Tlaib, at the time a former Michigan state legislator, was filmed screaming and resisting both Secret Service and Trump's private muscle and shouting 'You guys are crazy!' to reporters and Trump supporters as she was ejected.
Trump, then the Republican nominee for president, spoke at the Detroit Economic Club on August 8, 2016.
'I will say the Bernie Sanders people had far more energy and spirit,' he quipped after Tlaib was dragged out. By sheer coincidence, the next line in his speech was: 'We must have law and order.'
Tlaib would win a congressional election two years later and become one of Washington's loudest Trump antagonists. She famously vowed to 'impeach the motherf***er' a few hours after taking her oath of office.
On Monday in Detroit, Tlaib pushed back against President Trump's urging that she and three other liberal first-term congresswomen should 'go back where they came from.'
'I’m not going nowhere, not until I impeach this president,' she said at the NAACP convention.
Future congresswoman Rashida Tlaib was dragged out of a 2016 Donald Trump economic speech after heckling him; she yelled at the top of her lungs and wrestled with security guards, ultimately shouting at Trump supporters that 'you guys are crazy!'
A letft-win Michigan group calling itself the 'people's campaign' took credit for organizing 14 protesters to heckle Donald Trump on August 8, 2016 using fraudulently purchased speech tickets; Tlaib was one of them
An unflappable Trump stuck to his economic message during his Detroit Economic Club speech
She and three other first-term Democratic radicals, now known as 'the squad,' have made pestering the president Job One.
Tlaib was among more than a dozen hecklers during Trump's Detroit speech, invited by a 23-year-old man who the Economic Club said joined 'fraudulently' just in time to purchase tickets to the private event.
The fraudster pulled it off by using the name of a company that had fired him two years earlier.
A liberal group called the Michigan People's Campaign later took credit for organizing the chaos.
'It's all very well planned out,' a chagrined Trump said at one point.
One activist shouted 'Tiny hands! Tiny hands! All you've got is tiny