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#CancelKavanaugh protest marches on Hart Building, disrupts Senate offices against Kavanaugh nomination

On the 24th of September, hundreds of protesters gathered at the

Supreme Court and marched to the Hart Senate Office Building. Once inside, protesters gathered in the atrium before marching to the offices of Senator's Collins and Flake. Both of these Senators are believed to be swing votes who could torpedo the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court once and for all.

Video of march on and inside the Hart Building

Fists raised in the Hart building Atrium

Protesters swarm Hart Building, occupy Sen Grassley's office against Kavanaugh

On the 20th of September, the Senate Judicial Proceedings committee had originally planned to vote on confirming Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The vote was postponed after Christine Ford came forward with her story of attempted rape at the hands of Kavanaugh. A previously-planned civil disobedience protest went forward, occupying Judicial Proceedings Committee chairman Chuck Grassley's office.

Video compiled from raw clips originally posted to the Women's March Twitter

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WH Impeachment protest Day 65 and 66: Me Too vs Trump and Kavanaugh

The 18th of September was the 65th day of ongoing protests outside the White House demanding the impeachment of Donald Trump. With Trump's Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh on the hot seat for attempted rape, the focus was on the "Me Too" message and movement.

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Protesters rally at Supreme Court as sex assault charges force hearing, delay in Kavanaugh nomination vote

On the 17th of September, protesters rallied outside the Supreme Court as the announcement came in that the scheduled Senate Judiciary Committee vote on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination would be delayed. Instead of a vote on Thursday, there will now be a public hearing on Monday, the 24th of September to discuss Dr Ford's charge that Kavanaugh tried to rape her.

Video-Trump/Kavanaugh supporter attempts to shout down rally

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