Police executed a massive bust on Capitol Hill after radical leftists cluttered the floor, chanting “we believe Christine Ford’ and ‘we still believe Anita Hill’.
USCP arrest 56 people in Senate office Buildings, demonstrating over Kavanaugh/Ford. 33 of the arrests came in front of Grassley’s office in Hart Senate Office Bldg. Charged with D.C. Code §22-1307, Crowding, Obstructing, or Incommoding.
USCP arrest 56 people in Senate office Buildings, demonstrating over Kavanaugh/Ford. 33 of the arrests came in front of Grassley's office in Hart Senate Office Bldg. Charged with D.C. Code §22-1307, Crowding, Obstructing, or Incommoding.
The obviously staged even provided protesters with sandwiches? The protesters would not say where they got the sandwiches, but said they were paid for by their “supporters.” The group also would not tell The Daily Caller News Foundation who was in charge, nor would they let TheDCNF interview them to hear their message.
Police warned them that they were unlawfully demonstrating, but did they listen? Take a look:
Left-wing groups funded by George Soros and other major Democratic donors hand out cash to protesters arrested for disrupting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings, the activists told The Daily Caller.
A coalition of activist organizations including Women’s March, the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) and Housing Works have scheduled the near-constant disruptions at the Kavanaugh hearings as part of an organized effort to derail the confirmation process in a series of meetings since he was first nominated.
The cash from the donor-funded groups goes toward the protesters’ post-and-forfeit payments — a small cash sum paid to resolve low-level misdemeanor crimes and avoid jail time.
So maybe Soro’s has also taken to feeding these radicals like a pack of wild strays?
According to Roll Call, In addition to the protesters arrested, scores of people staged quiet demonstrations all day at different senators’ offices. Many wore pins that read “I believe Dr. Christine Blasey Ford” — a throwback to pins worn during the 1991 hearings when Anita Hill testified about sexual harassment while working for Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas. One of the buttons that reads “I believe Anita Hill” is on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.