Hundreds of Far Left Protesters Line Up Outside of Senator’s Office to Stop Meeting With Kavanaugh (VIDEO) Update: 74 People Arrested

Update: The Hill reported Capitol Police arrested 74 protesters Wednesday who were charged with crowding, obstructing, or incommoding, all of which are prohibited under D.C. Code § 22–1307.

On Wednesday, over 200 unhinged lefty protesters lined up in the hallway outside of Republican Senator John Thune’s office where Judge Kavanaugh was expected to arrive for his meeting with Thune.

The activists [AstroTurf] stood silently in the hallway as they raised their fists in protest of Kavanaugh.

Many protesters wore black t-shirts with the words “Be a Hero” written on the front.

The objective was to prevent Judge Kavanaugh from meeting with Thune as part of his road to confirmation.

The meeting happened anyway.

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The protesters were told the meeting will no longer take place in Thune’s office.


The meeting happened anyway at the Capitol–epic fail for the SJW’s.

“If he can’t have these meeting, if Senators can’t talk to him one-on-on then they have no business supporting his nomination,” Social justice activist, Jennifer Flynn Walker told protesters.

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The left is on the march.

Senate Democrats are also escalating their battle to delay Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

The Dems are requesting a long paper trail of Kavanaugh’s work going back to the Bush Administration.

Kavanaugh previously served 12 years on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit which means he is vetted, however, the Democrats are still trying to delay his confirmation using several different strategies.

Rosenstein is also up to no good.

In an unusual request, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein asked federal prosecutors to help review documents of Kavanaugh.

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