Yesterday, the Women’s March called for activists to pack the Hart Senate Building atrium at 9 a.m. ahead of the final Senate vote on the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh:
— Women's March (@womensmarch) October 6, 2018
Something has obviously gone awry:
Women’s March says they have one final chance to stop Kavanaugh.
Tell their activists to “flood” the Hart Senate Office Atrium at 9AM Saturday.
This is the Hart Senate Office Atrium at 9AM.
Got em. pic.twitter.com/Fsts1VGQD9
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 6, 2018
Well, they tried!
— Eʀɪᴋ Sᴏᴅᴇʀsᴛʀᴏᴍ (@soderstrom) October 6, 2018
Organizers be like pic.twitter.com/zVqqUgM5mL
— Well Filler (@FillerWell) October 6, 2018
— Allen, White Middle Aged Male (@raiderbrowns88) October 6, 2018
Everyone is locked out. What’s the next plan??
— ??Shannon Ketchersid?? (@ShannonKetcher2) October 6, 2018
Capitol Police have restricted access to the Hart Senate Building today:
Good morning from outside the @uscapitol, where #StopKavanaugh protesters have gathered and police have erected a security barrier around the building ahead of the #KavanaughVote #NothingToSeeHere pic.twitter.com/hhBcI3iEqa
— Michael Mathes (@MichaelMathes) October 6, 2018
But Women’s March activists outside willing to get arrested nonetheless:
— Jason Stern (@IbnLarry) October 6, 2018
A final Senate vote is expected this afternoon, so stay tuned.