Capitol Hill got nasty and tense on Wednesday afternoon as the snowflake army continued their attacks and protests there. Protesters and demonstrators roamed the halls of Congress while the Democratic party held their breath, hoping against hope that the FBI report on the Brett Kavanaugh background investigation would derail the Supreme Court nomination. The Democratic assault continues, polarizing his nomination to the Supreme Court
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., today complained about the harassment of senators during a speech on the Senate floor. Democratic funded protesters will stop at nothing to derail the nomination process.
“One of our colleagues and his family were effectively run out of a restaurant in recent days,” Mr. McConnell said. Other Republicans have had protesters physically block car doors, and others have seen far-left protesters camping out outside of their homes
Capital Police increased their presence around Capital Hill today. Officers were seen escorting Republican senators who refused to cower in fear. Maine Sen. Susan Collins, who remains undecided in the nomination, was rushed by protesters and journalists in a dangerous situation.
A large number of protesters have gathered in the Rotunda basement to confront Republican senators in a vain attempt to delay the nomination vote again. McConnell was also surrounded at at Ronald Reagan National Airport this past weekend.