JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, also known as President Obama’s “favorite banker,” was called before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee Wednesday to answer questions regarding his company’s recent multi-billion dollar trading loss.
However, before the hearing even began, the room was rushed by protesters who, apparently, believe the CEO is directly responsible for foreclosing homes.
“Stop foreclosures now! Stop foreclosures now! Stop foreclosures now!” they chanted before being escorted out by security.
Watch protesters disrupt the hearing via C-SPAN: