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'What we know: The power of MeToo is in the numbers. It's in the people. [Dr. Ford] didn't get hit by that train alone. We're out here together.'
"I want justice and accountability but I also want revenge," read one sign.
Shortly after the vote is scheduled to begin, New Yorkers will descend on Union Square to voice their disgust over the future justice.
Senator Collins's support for the nominee would seem to give Kavanaugh enough votes for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.
'He's a symptom. Elite power is the disease.'
'What I've seen from the monsters on this committee makes me want to puke — and not from beer.'
'I want to believe in that moment he understood the gravity of the message his vote was sending to the country,' said Ana Maria Archila.
Two fed-up New York City students are taping up homemade fliers on busy subway platforms asking New Yorkers to share #WhyIDidntReport.
Weighing these allegations alongside the unhinged, entitled fury on display during Thursday’s hearing, it becomes apparent that Kavanaugh is a man who strongly believes that he holds an implicit right to the things he wants.
Ready your barf bag, rage stick: We rumble at 10 a.m.
In a sworn affidavit, Julie Swetnick says she "became the victim of one of these 'gang' or 'train' rapes where Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh were present."
Kavanaugh argues that his longtime virgin status means he never sexually assaulted anyone.
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