Police are investigating an attack on a group of women in Georgia who were protesting against President Obama, according to the Associated Press.
The women were participating in the national “Overpasses for Impeachment” movement Saturday when a man pulled up, pointed a gun at one of them and threw an unidentified liquid on another, the women said. Just before the incident, a couple had driven up in a separate car and threatened to kill the women.
The women say they plan to return to the same spot and protest again this Saturday.
Overpasses for Impeachment is a movement that features groups taking to overpasses around the country on various dates with signs calling for Obama’s impeachment.