At a town hall in New Hampshire, supporters of GOP presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush got a little performance—but not from the candidate.
Breitbart News previously reported on Rod Webber, the Massachusetts man who challenges many of the presidential candidates abruptly during town halls. Well this time, it appears he decided to sing to Bush.
He previously interrupted GOP presidential candidate former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee in Iowa during a campaign trip in July, attempting to challenge Huckabee on conservative interpretations of the Bible. Huckabee refuted Webber’s challenge.
Webber’s website indicates he has met Bush before, among several other candidates.
However, during Bush’s visit in New Hampshire at a town hall, Time magazine’s political reporter Zeke Miller captured Webber breaking out in song, playing a guitar and singing to the former Florida governor and presidential candidate.
Miller posted the exchange on social media.
Webber previously told Breitbart News he intends to pray for and spread peace as he follows the presidential candidates around on the campaign trail.