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#CancelKavanaugh: Sexual assault surviver confronts Senator Bob Corker at his car

Video-sexual assault survivor confronts US Senator Bob Corker(R-TN) at his car 37 sec full HD

On the 4th of October, Senato Bob Corker emerged from the Dirksen Senate Office Building into a crowd of protesters to walk to his car. Several protesters broke from the crowd to follow him. At his car, a woman identifying herself as a surviver of sexual assault confronted Senator Corker, demanding he vote NO on confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

#MeToo protest at US Supreme Court calls out KKKavanaugh

On the evening of Oct 3, the night before the big Women's March mobilization against Brett Kavanaugh, hundreds gathered outside the US Supreme Court. Speaker after speaker called out Kavanaugh for everything from alcohol abuse to sexual abuse, to lying to the US Senate under oath. The keynote speakers were several rape survivers, plus Senator Merkley(D-OR) and Nancy Pelosi.

Video-Senator Jeff Merkley calls out Kavanaugh for aggression towards women, lying to the US Senate

#Kremlin Annex Impeachment protest hammers Trump and KKKavanaugh over sexual assault charges

The 1st of October was the 78th evening of the "Kremlin Annex" protests at the White House demanding Trump be impeached. This time around, much of the focus was on Trump's SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, with musical numbers such as "We Believe Christine," "No means No!" and even "99 bottles of beer on the all, Kavanaugh came to drink them all."

Video from Oct 1 #KremlinAnnex protest 1 min 44 sec

March4BlackWomen demands renewal of Violence Against Women Act and more

On the 29th of September, the March4BlackWomen marched from the Mall to Freedom Plaza. While the top demand was reauthorization of the Violence Against Women act, Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court was the "elephant in the room" few could ignore.

Video-March4BlackWomen in DC passes Trump Hotel in a chorus of boos 1 min 12 sec

Marchers booing Trump Hotel on the way to Freedom Plaza

Thousands march on Supreme Court for Christine Ford, 1st st NE blocked, over 50 arrests

Update Sep 28: Sen Judiciary committee votes 11-10 to move forward on nomination, but delay floor vote one week for FBI investigation of sexual assault charges.

On the 27th of September, thousands of protesters including survivers of sexual assault gathered in front of the US Capitol and marched on the Supreme Court. Once there, some of them blockaded 1st st NE, leading to well over 50 arrests. Another protests in solidarity with Christine Ford's courageous testimony against Brett Kavanaugh took place inside the Hart Senate Office Building.

Video of the Sep 27 march and civil disobedience

Video Sep 28: Survivers confront Sen Jeff Flake in elevator

GOP must silence sexual assault survivers to ram Kavanaugh's nomination through before the opposition gets to hot to handle

#SmashRacismDC - Ted Cruz chased out of fancy restaurant

On the 24th of September, Brett Kavanaugh's buddy Ted Cruz was caught dining at DC's fancy restaurant "Fiola" by anti-Fascists activists. One crew confronted him on sight while a second crew charged into the restaurant adding to the chant of "we believe survivers." Within seconds of being surrounded Ted Cruz abandoned his dinner, scuttling away along with his wife through a side door.

Video of Ted Cruz being chased out of Fiola by anti-Fascist protesters

#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

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.

Sep 19, Day 66Full HD Video: Trump called "Amoral" in lights

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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