Breitbart News reporters at the Supreme Court spotted multiple professional protesters handing out high quality printed signs, T-shirts, and information to people flocking to the city. Big day for America!' he crowed.
Top Republicans voiced confidence Thursday that Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed to the US Supreme Court this weekend, as they asserted that an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe had found nothing to support sex assault allegations against Donald Trump's nominee."Judge Kavanaugh should be confirmed on Saturday", Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told reporters.
He claimed, without evidence, that the signs protesters carried opposing Kavanaugh's confirmation were "professionally made" and paid for by Democratic donor George Soros.More news: Christian Atsu hopes Newcastle United pile more misery on Manchester United
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He also accused the women who confronted Republican senators in elevators in Capitol Hill over Kavanaugh's nomination of being "paid professionals only looking to make Senators look bad".
One woman's elevator encounter with Arizona Republican Sen.
Trump's proof that the Kavanaugh protestors are paid professionals appear to be that the signs appear to be too professionally-made to be genuine. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) was cornered by sexual assault survivors, who pursued him as he stepped into an elevator, shooing them with his hands and telling them to "grow up!" These are not signs made in the basement from love!' Trump wrote in a tweet.
Although she refused to admit whether she believed Ford's claims that Kavanaugh assaulted her, Melania said that she believed that Kavanaugh is "highly qualified" said she was 'glad Dr. Ford was heard'.