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When they don’t get their way, Democrats are known to lash out – often times with violence.

Friday on Capitol Hill, liberal protesters against the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court went full-on kindergarten.

Capitol police had to scold the adult toddlers as they sat down and collectively blew their rape whistles while chanting, “NOVEMBER IS COMING!”

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No, this is not a fake story from The Enquirer.

This is real life, 2018.

From American Mirror:

The unrelenting protests amid Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation circus on Capitol Hill are growing more ridiculous by the day, and it’s clear it’s starting to wear on those sworn to serve and protect.

Videos posted online Friday show dozens of leftist protesters screaming and chanting through the halls of Congress, while others with Planned Parenthood, the Women’s March and other so-called “women’s rights” groups mobbed senators in the elevator and their offices in hopes of delaying or derailing Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

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30 protesters were arrested.

More from Fox News:

Many female protesters wore teal, which has been designated as the color for sexual assault awareness and prevention.

Holding signs that read, “We Believe Dr. Ford,” a few protesters also gathered outside the Supreme Court building Thursday morning.

Organizers behind the Women’s March planned a “direct action” Thursday morning in the Hart Senate Building in support of Ford, who is testifying about allegations that Kavanaugh assaulted her during a drunken high school party decades ago.

Where’s the civility?

 

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