LIVE: Tennessee Home votes to expel three Democrats

(FOX NEWS) – A loud group of demonstrators stormed the Tennessee State Capitol on Thursday to protest a vote within the state Home to take away three lawmakers for disrupting the state Home ground in Nashville final week throughout protests for stricter gun management measures.

The protesters, gathered each inside and out of doors the capitol in Nashville, chanted to induce the lawmakers to take motion on gun management, in addition to vote towards expelling the three lawmakers from their positions within the Home.

“No extra silence, finish gun violence,” these in attendance chanted. As lawmakers made their approach into the chamber, a number of of the protesters donning March for Our Lives branded clothes chanted, “Free, free, free, free the Tennessee three.”

The protest comes after Tennessee Home Speaker Cameron Sexton, a Republican, mentioned Wednesday that Democratic state Reps. Gloria Johnson, Justin Jones and Justin Pearson would have their probability for due course of once they face expulsion from an overwhelmingly Republican majority for disrupting Home ground proceedings to steer protesters within the overhead balcony final Thursday.