Photos: Code Pink Kavanaugh Protester Dressed as Human Condom at Senate Hearing
A protester at the Senate hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh was seen on Tuesday at the Hart Senate Office Building wearing a giant head-to-toe condom costume with a sign that read, “Men for Choice” and “CodePink.”
Code Pink’s Tighe Barry, the group’s long-time token male activist, was photographed by WJLA-TV reporter Caroline Patrickis who posted to Twitter, “Sights at the Stop Kavanaugh protest in the Hart Senate office building @ABC7News”
— Caroline Patrickis (@Cpatrickis) September 4, 2018
Barry was also photographed by Arizona PBS’s Cronkite News in a photo that was posted to Twitter.
— Cronkite News (@cronkitenews) September 4, 2018
Code Pink has a history of dressing up in female genitalia costumes.
Tighe Barry on the far left with Code Pink at the 2012 GOP convention in Tampa. Image via Common Dreams.
Code Pink also has a history of working with terrorists and state sponsors of terrorism against the U.S. At the same time Code Pink has worked with the Democratic Party. In addition one of Code Pink’s leaders, Jodie Evans, was a major fundraiser and donor for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.
Code Pink co-founder Jodie Evans with President Barack Obama at a 2009 fundraiser.
Video of Evans with Obama where she handed him a propaganda petition on Afghanistan. At the time, Evans and Code Pink were sympathizing with the Taliban.
Following Obama’s election, Evans and fellow Code Pink leaders traveled to Iran as guests of the tyrannical Iranian government in November 2008.
In 2007 a Code Pink protester got in the face of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice at a House hearing.