As The Hill reports, Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was repeatedly interrupted and booed Monday as she sought to speak to Florida's delegation.
The Florida lawmaker, who will resign after this week's convention in response to the disclosure of emails that showed top members of the DNC working to boost Hillary Clinton's primary bid, had to strain her voice to yell over the flurry of protestors who showed up to interrupt her speech.
"We need to make sure we move together in a unified way," she said over shouts from the crowd.
As she spoke, people stood on chairs holding up signs that said "emails," "No!," and "Thanks for the 'help,' Debbie."
The heckling didn't stop even as Wasserman Schultz mentioned last night's shooting in Fort Meyers, Florida, that left two dead and more than a dozen injured.
Wasserman Schultz was defiant, insisting that she would remain for the entire convention.