Donald Trump Rips ‘Tiny’ Crowds of Leftist Protesters at the Supreme Court

Anti-Kavanaugh Supreme Court protests
Breitbart News

President Donald Trump mocked “tiny” crowds of protesters on Saturday after the Senate voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

“The crowd in front of the U.S. Supreme Court is tiny,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Saturday.

The president commented on the size of the protest crowds as he traveled aboard Air Force One to a campaign rally in Kansas.

“Looks like about 200 people (& most are onlookers) – that wouldn’t even fill the first couple of rows of our Kansas Rally, or any of our Rallies for that matter!” Trump added. “The Fake News Media tries to make it look sooo big, & it’s not!”

Earlier in the day, the president referred to “paid professional protesters who are handed expensive signs” in Washington, DC, and pointed out the people at the Supreme Court who were supporting Kavanaugh.

“Women for Kavanaugh, and many others who support this very good man, are gathering all over Capitol Hill in preparation for a 3-5 P.M. VOTE,” he wrote. “It is a beautiful thing to see.”

Breitbart News reporters at the Supreme Court spotted multiple professional protesters handing out high quality printed signs, T-shirts, and information to people flocking to the city. Other protesters also had homemade signs:

Protesters oppose Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

“Look at all of the professionally made identical signs,” Trump wrote on Friday. “Paid for by Soros and others. These are not signs made in the basement from love!”

Many of the professional signs were linked to the group Unite for Justice, a coalition of more than 70 leftist protest groups, some funded by leftist billionaire George Soros.

As Breitbart News reported Friday, a group of Women for Kavanaugh supporters held a prayer session at the Senate for all women suffering from sexual assault.

“I pray for the brokenness around us,” said Penny Nance, chief executive officer and president of Concerned for America (CWA), in prayer as the group held hands. “I pray for the hurt of the women that we have seen here in this building this week.”


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