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Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) was on the receiving end of a pro-amnesty protest Tuesday night, according to video and other reports.

A Facebook page advertising an "Our Lives Are On The Line, Chuck" demonstration invited protesters to congregate at Schumer's apartment building along New York City's Prospect Park.

The protesters reportedly met at nearby Grand Army Plaza and marched southward to his home.

The Associated Press and National Review also reported the veracity of the planned protest.

"If Chuck won't let us dream, we won't let him sleep," they chanted, according to video captured by a man at the scene.

Schumer is taking heat from the left after joining a vote to reopen the federal government after a weekend shutdown.

The top Democrat initially refused to end a procedural filibuster until the future of illegal immigrants classified under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was protected.

However, by Monday, he voted with the majority in an 81 to 18 Senate tally that eventually led to the government reopening.

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