Last Friday Senator Jeff Flake announced he would vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh out of the Judiciary Committee.
Then he got cornered in an elevator by screaming leftists for 4 minutes.
About an hour later and after several private talks with Democrats Jeff Flake came out and announced he would only vote for Brett Kavanaugh if an investigation continued on the man for another week.
This was exactly what Democrats were hoping for!
The women who were screaming at Senator Jeff Flake in the elevator are Soros-funded astroturfed activists.
Their names are Maria Gallagher and Ana Maria Archila.
They celebrated after Flake caved!
And they have raised over $30,000 on CrowdPac for their elevator antics.
These two heroes, who confronted @JeffFlake this morning, just changed the course of the Kavanaugh process. We❤️you so much, @AnaMariaArchil2 and Maria Gallagher. #StopKavanaugh pic.twitter.com/Hd4gxLWcCE
— Make the Road Action (@MaketheRoadAct) September 28, 2018
Ana Maria Archila (on right in picture above) is from Colombia where she says she was sexually abused as a child.
She was screaming at Jeff Flake in a elevator on Capitol Hill.
Thanks to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez we now know Ana Maria Archila is an illegal alien.
Via The College Fix:
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a democratic socialist and rising star within the Democrat Party, called Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh a liar in a speech to Boston University college students on Monday…
…She went on to hail “activism” as the solution, and boasted to the crowd that one of the women who had cornered judiciary committee member Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in an elevator and yelled at him for several minutes after he agreed to vote “yes” on Kavanaugh was from her district.
“Ana Maria Archila is from our district, is from Queens,” Ocasio-Cortez, prompting a round of applause. “In fact, she is an immigration activist, which just goes to show intersectionality and how interwoven all of these fights are. Because she is putting everything on the line and risking deportation … not even for a direct immigration action but for the action of all survivors. And that’s how we need to be. We need to be championing the causes of our neighbors. That is what creates power and movement, coalition building.”