Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., refused a protester's demand he apologize to her children and turned the encounter around in a video gaining steam on social media.

“Sen. Cassidy, can you please apologize to my children for ruining their futures?” asked protester Alethea Torrellas Shapiro on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, referring to Cassidy's vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Cassidy proceeded to address Shapiro’s children.

“Hey, guess what. … I know your parents are using you as tools,” Cassidy said.

“No, we’re not using them as tools,” Shapiro said. “We’re not using them as tools.”

“But in the future, if somebody makes an allegation against you, and there’s no proof for it, you will be OK. Thank you,” Cassidy said before he exited the situation.

“Shame on you for not believing women and for ruining my daughters’ lives,” Shapiro said as Cassidy walked away.

Shapiro has four children — two girls and two boys between the ages of 12 and 3, according to the Daily Caller. Shapiro had posted on her Facebook account that she would be “birddogging” lawmakers in the Senate basement with her children.

Although protesters were regularly arrested throughout Kavanaugh’s confirmation process, U.S. Capitol Police told the Washington Examiner that no arrests have been made since last Saturday, when the Senate confirmed Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh was accused by several women of sexual misconduct. He has rejected all allegations.