A reporter observed a group of pro-Kavanaugh advocates with regalia from a large conservative lobby on Friday - hours after President Donald Trump complained on Twitter that the "elevator screamers" who confronted Sen. Trump wrote, adding the hashtag #Troublemakers.
The Senate was due Friday to vote on moving ahead with the nomination of Kavanaugh to the highest court in the USA, as Republicans brushed aside complaints by Democrats that an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of sexual assault allegations against him was rushed and incomplete.
A second allegation came from a woman named Deborah Ramirez who accused Kavanaugh of exposing himself at a dorm party during his freshmen year at Yale. Paid for by Soros and others.
Donald Trump has tweeted a freaky attack on anti-Brett Kavanaugh protesters, insisting their banners are 'not signs made in the basement from love'.
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Trump did not provide any evidence to support his claims. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in an elevator on September 28 moments after he announced he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh.
More than 300 protesters were arrested, including comedian Amy Schumer, who is a second cousin of Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of NY, and model Emily Ratajkowski.
The procedural vote to start debate on Kavanaugh's nomination in the full Senate is set to take place at 10:30 a.m., which would clear the way for a final vote on Saturday afternoon. Flake on Friday voted in favor of moving Kavanaugh's confirmation forward after indicating Thursday he was satisfied with the FBI's probe. Christine Blasey Ford told the Washington Post that Kavanaugh, then a junior in high school, attacked her when they were at a party in Maryland in the early 1980s.