Obnoxious Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Harass Innocent Police – Watch How He Responds

This is so wrong and heartbreaking in so many ways.

Blue Lives Matter has reported that Kavanaugh protesters stooped to the level of actually heckling law enforcement officers after they learned they had lost the Kavanaugh vote.

164 anarchist Kavanagh protesters were arrested Saturday during the vote for Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination as protesters were ordered off of the Capitol steps. Those who decided to stay and loiter were arrested.

The protesters, who even though they were loud and unhinged were largely peaceful. They were handcuffed and led away one at a time.

But sadly there was at least one protester trying to convince others in the group to actually come back with weapons and kill the police officers who were there to keep the peace.

Isn’t it sad that no one told him to just shut up and leave?

But thankfully not everyone there was a complete and utter whack job.

After the vote and Kavanaugh was confirmed to the United States Supreme Court the crowd broke out in chants saying “Shame, Shame Shame.”

And then things got more interesting as the weak liberals tried to storm the Supreme Court building.

But when they finally figured out they lost, they cried.

I wonder if they cried the same way as so many of us did when we got the notification from our health insurance companies saying that our premiums were going to triple overnight thanks to Obama and the Democrat Party and the way they shoved Obamacare down our collective throats?

Here is more via NBC News:

“A throng of protesters pushed past a police line, storming up steps to pound on the doors of the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday after the Senate confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.

“Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Kavanaugh has got to go,” the protesters chanted as they flooded the steps of the court, many with fists raised in the air, others with arms linked.

Police eventually were able to form a line between the door and the group of protesters and later shepherded them back down the steps before erecting a barricade.

The protest at the Supreme Court came shortly after Vice President Mike Pence walked down the steps of the U.S. Senate to chants of “shame” after the vote to confirm Kavanaugh.

Droves of protesters pressed up against metal barricades outside the Capitol Building to shout at Pence, who was forced to face their chants as he left.

The vote itself, which ultimately confirmed the embattled judge who faced multiple accusations of sexual misconduct, was periodically interrupted with the shouts of protesters in the gallery. Pence called on the sergeant-at-arms a number of times to restore order during the vote.

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona was called a coward by one protester. When Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia cast his “yes” vote, a woman’s voice could be heard shouting, “We won’t forget.” Other protesters shouted “I do not consent” and “shame” as the votes were called.

Kavanaugh was confirmed 50-48 on the Senate floor. Republican Sen. Steve Daines of Montana was absent for the vote due to his daughter’s wedding, prompting Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska to vote “present” as part of a practice called a “pair between senators.” Murkowski opposed Kavanaugh, but withdrew her vote as part of the practice, which keeps voting margins the same, indifferent of Daines’ absence.

Following Kavanaugh’s confirmation, protesters began singing, “We Shall Not Be Moved,” an African-American spiritual, outside the capitol.

Around 6 p.m. on Saturday, Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 114th Supreme Court justice in private ceremony.

Earlier in the day, protester Alethea Shapiro traveled from Long Island, New York, to Washington, D.C., for the second weekend in a row to protest Kavanaugh.

Hours ahead of the Senate’s vote, Shapiro joined the hundreds of women and men protesting on Capitol Hill.

“I’m really very worried about women’s reproductive right,” Shapiro said, as chants decrying Kavanaugh echoed around her. She added before the Senate vote that Kavanaugh’s impending confirmation made her sad, “but I’m really hopeful because I feel like this is a revolution. People won’t understand the power and passion unless you’re here.”

Across the Capitol, women held signs condemning Kavanaugh, who has faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct in the weeks leading up to the confirmation vote. Kavanaugh staunchly denied all allegations against him.

Kavanaugh secured the needed votes on Friday, when Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, who had been one of a handful of officially undecided senators, announced she would vote “yes” on his confirmation.

“I can’t understand how a woman could turn her back on other women,” Shapiro said of Collins. “She’s a traitor, and we’ll vote her out in November.”

Just before 1 p.m. ET, hundreds of protesters crossed police lines to gather on the steps of the Senate, chanting, “November is coming.”

Some held large red signs with black letters, stretched across several steps that read, “We believe all survivors.” Two women kneeled in front of the steps, fists raised in the air, before hundreds more protesters who gathered in front of the steps.

Within half an hour, police began climbing the steps and detaining protesters. As they were brought off the steps, officers zip-tied protesters’ hands behind their backs before leading them away from the building.”

And then there were these two yentas.

Can you imagine what life will be like for the poor schmuck who marries either of these two? Or even worse, the poor cats they end up adopting instead?

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