Black tombstones greet Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner and others attending his town hall meeting in Hartland. The Menomonee Falls Republican voted in favor of the House G-O-P replacement to Obamacare, and that attracted dozens of people dressed in black holding tombstones reading “Killed by ignorance,” “Suicide, no mental health coverage,” and “Killed by profits and tax cuts for Republicans.” The Journal Sentinel says the protest was a “die in” similar to¬†hundreds of others around the country which followed scripts from former congressional staffers called the “Indivisible Guide.” Inside the town hall meeting, Sensenbrenner twice slammed a gavel and threatened to cut his meeting short as people applauded critical remarks about the G-O-P’s health package. He also said he supported the naming of former F-B-I director Robert Mueller (mul ler) to head a probe into the Trump campaign’s alleged ties with Russia.