An unhinged Hillary Clinton erupted on a protester at her Fort Lauderdale, Florida rally on Tuesday night after he accused her husband of being a rapist.

As Clinton spoke, the protester shouted, “Bill Clinton is a rapist!” as the audience began to boo.

Hillary’s demeanor changed almost instantly and she became angry at the protester, screaming at him.

“You know, I am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive vision from people who support Donald Trump,” she shouted before she was drowned out by the crowd.

(Interestingly, she didn’t defend her husband.)

“We are not going backwards, we are going forwards!” she yelled, continuing to point at the protester.

“So how do we do that? For the next seven days, we focus on what is important. Don’t get distracted. Don’t get diverted. Focus on the country and the world we want to help create,” she screamed.

Here’s video of the protester, his “Bill Clinton is a rapist” sign, and him be led out:

And another angle:

The episode is similar to the incident in April when a Greenpeace activist asked Clinton about fossil fuels and Hillary yelled and pointed in her face.

Progressive Report published a video showing what they say is a Hillary Clinton supporter elbowing a woman they say is a Greenpeace activist in the face at Clinton’s SUNY rally in March.

“Thank you for talking about climate change,” the woman off camera said in the video released by Greenpeace. She then asked the candidate if she would go back on her word and not have “fossil fuel money” in her campaign.

“I do not have — I have money from people who work for fossil fuel companies — I am so sick,” Clinton said, the smile long gone from her face.

“I am so sick of the Sanders campaign lying about me! I’m sick of it!” Clinton yelled, pointing in the woman’s face.

Greenpeace posted with the video, “At a Hillary Clinton rally at SUNY Purchase campus today, the presidential candidate lost her patience with a Greenpeace activist who thanked her for her commitment to climate change then asked her whether she’ll reject fossil fuel money moving forward. Pointing her finger at activist Eva Resnick-Day, Clinton claimed she only takes money from people who work for fossil fuel companies and called the accusations lies.”