Over 120 Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Arrested On Capitol Hill As “Resistance” Activates

Over 120 Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Arrested On Capitol Hill As “Resistance” Activates

[Afternoon update at bottom of this post.  ~TLB ed.]

via ZeroHedge

128 people were arrested at Capitol Hill on Monday during a highly organized protest against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, reports ABC News.

Capitol Hill police said 128 people were arrested for “unlawfully demonstrating” outside of senators’ offices and in the main rotunda of the Russell Senate Building. About half as many protesters were arrested for protesting Kavanaugh on Thursday.

The protests were organized by various groups, including the Women’s March, Planned Parenthood, NARAL and others who strongly oppose Kavanaugh’s nomination. –ABC


Protests against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh escalated on Monday with more than 120 people arrested on Capitol Hill. https://abcn.ws/2O2Dfg3

The protests come just one day after a second Kavanaugh accuser emerged, claiming the Judge waved his penis in her face during a drunken Yale dormitory party. (*)Ramirez made her claim after six days of “carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney” despite having significant alcohol-induced memory gaps. 

It is unclear if Monday’s protest included members of SPAN, the Colorado women’s rights group that Ramirez helps lead. 

Paul Sperry @paulsperry_

DEVELOPING: New Kavanaugh accuser (*)Debbie Ramirez helps lead a left-wing “social justice” nonprofit group in Boulder, CO, that believes that “violence against women is systemic” and that “women are an oppressed group.” Also believes that “heterosexism” is “an act of violence.”

Meanwhile, professors at Yale law school canceled classes Monday… Read More

(TLB) published this story from ZeroHedge as compiled by Tyler Durden.

(*)Afternoon update

Trump Blasts “Totally Inebriated” And “All Messed Up” (*)Second Kavanaugh Accuser


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