A group of pro-Palestinian hecklers interrupted First Lady Jill Biden during a campaign stop in Tucson, Arizona, with President Joe Biden on Saturday.

The incident happened as Jill was emphasizing the importance of the 2024 election as she tries to convince voters to show up for her husband.

“To do what we did in 2020 and 2022, we’re going to talk to our friends about why this election is so important. Tell them what’s at stake. Sign up for phone banks and canvasing shifts. We’re going to meet this moment,” she stated.

It was at this point the group of pro-Palestinian protesters began yelling at the Biden for their support of Israel amid its war with Hamas. Accusing the first family of supporting “genocide,” a male demonstrator yelled, “It’s genocide!”

“You and your husband support the genocide of the Palestinian people!” he stated.

Audience members managed to silence the protesters by shouting “Four more years” in counter-protest.

Jill thanked the audience members and continued her speech, saying, “We are going to meet this moment as if our rights are at risk, because they are.”

However, it did not take long before she was interrupted by the pro-Palestinian demonstrators who began yelling again.

Biden himself was heckled in South Carolina in January by pro-Palestinian protesters calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Biden’s approval ratings in recent months have been low as the 2024 presidential election gets closer. A New York Times/ Sienna College poll released on Saturday shows 43% of respondents would vote for the president should the election be held “today.”

Almost half of the respondents of the poll conducted from Feb. 25 to 28 “strongly disapprove” of Biden’s performance, with only 17% “strongly” approving of him while 47% “strongly disapprove” of his handling of his job. Fourteen percent said they “somewhat disapprove” of his presidency.

The poll also found that only one in four voters believe the country is headed in the right direction under Biden’s leadership.