Protesters hounded Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday night outside an event in Washington, greeting him with shouts of “Impeach Kavanaugh” and a large screen replaying accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s congressional testimony.
The demonstration outside the annual Federalist Society gala, where Kavanaugh was a featured speaker, continued a string of public harassment against conservatives in recent years.
The screen playing Ford’s testimony — in which she accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were teenagers — was on a truck rolled up to the event by liberal activist group Demand Justice, The Washington Post reported.
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Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied the allegations and was confirmed to the Supreme Court by a narrow margin in the Senate in October 2018, shortly after Ford gave her testimony to Congress.
“Brett Kavanaugh apparently thinks one year is enough time for the public to forget about his sham of a confirmation proceeding,” Brian Fallon, executive director of Demand Justice, said, according to USA Today. “The more of a public presence he asserts, the more damage he does to the court’s legitimacy.”
This massive video of Christine Blasey Ford's testimony is playing on repeat in front of Brett Kavanaugh's dinner guests as they wait outside. pic.twitter.com/p5QhnN4te0
— Jennifer Bendery (@jbendery) November 14, 2019
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