On the day that GOP senators released their version of legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, protesters staged Thursday a sit-in in front of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office, resulting in people being forcibly removed and arrested.

The protesters, some of whom were in wheelchairs, were there to voice their opposition to health care legislation that would make deep cuts to Medicaid. They called their protest a "die-in."

According to the United States Capitol Police, the group was "obstructing passage through the hallway and into nearby offices."

Police arrested 43 protesters and took them to USCP headquarters for processing.

One video showed people chanting, "No cuts to Medicaid, save our liberty!"

Some were physically removed by the Capitol Police.

"Yes I am."

Officer wheeling her would not answer. pic.twitter.com/NmxGM9S4Z3

— Andrew Desiderio (@desiderioDC) June 22, 2017

There were reports of blood on the ground and paramedics arriving on the scene.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the Capitol Police said they were still processing the arrests.