Bernie Sanders Supporters Demonstrate Outside George Clooney-Hosted Hillary Clinton Fundraiser

About 100 people filled the streets outside the San Francisco event.

Clinton and her aides arrived at the home of venture capitalist and Democratic donor Shervin Pishevar around 6:30 p.m. for the fundraiser, which kicked off at 7 p.m. Tickets to the event cost roughly $30,000 per person or $350,000 per table. (This is the first of two Clooney-hosted fundraisers this weekend. On Saturday night, the Clooneys are hosting another fundraiser, at his home in Los Angeles.)

The San Francisco street where the home is located was blocked off by police, but the protesters gathered at the top of the hill and then marched around the block.

“Hey, hey, ho ho, Hillary Clinton has got to go!” the crowd, many of whom appeared to be in their twenties and thirties yelled out. “Bernie or Bust!”

The police, who were stationed on all sides of the street, remained calm and were respectful of the protesters, who were outside for roughly an hour.

The protest comes as Democrats face a growing concern about whether they’ll be able to unite the party during the general election. Many of the Sanders supporters here today couldn’t say whether they would vote for Clinton if Sanders does not win the nomination.

“They’ve been in bed together for almost 30 years,” Ray claimed to ABC News when asked if he would support her over the Republican front-runner. "I guess you could say they’re similar. They just market themselves differently.”

Sharon Snyder, 32, a phone banker for Bernie Sanders, said she can’t get behind Clinton because of how she approaches feminism.