Senator Bernie Sanders held a campaign event in Oakland Monday afternoon, in Frank Ogawa Plaza, and his speech was briefly interrupted by several animal rights activists who attempted to rush the stage. As the Associated Press reports, the protesters jumped barricades near the stage where Sanders was speaking, spurring Secret Service agents to briefly attempt to surround and protect Sanders, but they were quickly shut down and arrested.

Video on CNN shows at least three protesters being detained and removed from the event by Secret Service agents, with one having to be carried out by his arms and legs. You can also see one woman raising her hand shouting something along the lines of "meat is murder" at the crowd, who were chanting back "Bernie! Bernie!"

Sanders resumed his speech within a minute or so, saying, "We don't get intimidated easily."

Before the rally, Sanders attended a smaller event in East Oakland at Allen Temple Baptist Church where he appeared in conversation with actor Danny Glover and San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim.

Also, without making any speeches, he made an unannounced stop at the annual Memorial Day event in the Presidio, as ABC 7 reports, which this year honored veterans of the Korean Conflict and the historic Buffalo Soldiers.

On Monday evening, after already telling the Chronicle that, via the "election math" he was betting on the Warriors to take Game 7, Sanders attended Game 7 at Oracle Arena with Glover, though it appears his support of the team stopped short of him sporting a yellow T-shirt like everyone else in the stands.

As Joe Garofoli reported from the game, Sanders and his security sat in Section 108, Row 15, "Good seats but not the ones frequented by millionaires and billionaires."