About 300 peaceful immigrant activists from Sunflower Community Action protested in front of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's Kansas City, Mo., home on Saturday and rallied for immigration reform (video below).
“They went straight to his front door to ask him to stop spreading his hate, and either focus on his job as Secretary of State or step down," reports Sunflower Community Action. "He has long devastated communities and wrought enormous financial costs to many states. A trail of shoes was left on his front steps to symbolize all the fatherless families due to deportations."
Kobach was out of town for Father's Day weekend, but he expressed anger upon hearing about the rally.
“I was just appalled,” Kobach told Fox News' Todd Starnes. “They have a right to protest at my office or at public places, that’s fine. But they don’t have a right to enter someone’s private property and engage in this kind of intimidation.”
Kobach also tried to paint the peaceful protesters are some kind violent mob or criminals.
“You have a mob of 200 people gathering on someone’s property and it takes the police 15 minutes to get there," he said. "That doesn’t give you a whole lot of confidence either. I shudder to think what would have happened if one of those members of the mob had tried to break into the house.”
Kobach then threatened to use his Second Amendment right, or guns, on peaceful protesters.
“It’s important we recognize there’s a reason we have the Second Amendment. There are situations like this where you have a mob and you do need to be able to protect yourself. The Second Amendment is the private property owner’s last resort.”
Reporting on the peaceful rally on Twitter, Starnes wrote: "Huge mob of illegals storm the home of Kansas Sec. of State. Lock and Load, America."