EXPOSED: Conservative Scores Antifa’s Plan to Protest Kavanaugh

Conservative pundit Jack Posobiec claims to have infiltrated a meeting organized by Antifa concerning this week’s plan to protest Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The meeting details include many similarities to how protestors behaved last week: occupying offices, shouting, coordinated color outfits, etc.

According to Posobiec, the Democrats organizing the protests said their efforts so far have been futile and they have been unable to convince any vulnerable Republicans to say they would be voting against Kavanaugh. But, the more the confirmation is delayed they say, the more likely that will be able to convince some senators to vote against Kavanaugh.

The conservative announced his infiltration in a series of social media posts which included a leaked audio from the meeting.

If the planned protests are anything like they have been, the Senate office buildings will continue to see distance, annoyance, and arrests.

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Here’s the anti-Kavanaugh gameplan:

“Twenty-three protestors were removed from the Dirksen Senate Office Building, where they were protesting at Sen. Bob Corker’s (R-Tenn.) office, for unlawful demonstration activities,” reports the Hill. “They are being charged under a D.C. law that forbids protesters from crowding and obstructing hallways and passageways, according to a spokeswoman for the Capitol Police.

The day got worse WTVR reports:

Capitol Hill Police said they arrested 56 people on Thursday related to Kavanaugh protests on Capitol Hill. Roughly two dozen of those were arrested outside the office of Sen. Bob Corker, a Tennessee Republican, according to a police officer on the scene.

Defiantly blocking the hallway in front of Corker’s office, the protesters, representing a coalition of progressive groups, chanted, “We believe women” and “Corker vote no” as US Capitol Police removed them.

The senator was not there, his staff said.

The protests from the initial day in the Kavanaugh hearings resulted in more than 200 people being arrested, the Washington Times reports:

The U.S. Capitol police arrested 227 people during the four days Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testified before the Judiciary Committee last week.

More than half, 179 people, were removed from the hearing room and charged with disorderly conduct for attempting to interrupt the testimony.

Some of the others were charged with unlawfully demonstrating or resisting arrest.