Ted Cruz Chased From Restaurant By Screaming Kavanaugh Protesters
Video comes as Soros funded political group vows to inject $5m to stop Kavanaugh
Sen. Ted Cruz has been chased off a Washington, DC, restaurant by a group of screaming Kavanaugh protesters who shouted “We believe survivors” protesting Judge Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court bid.
The footage posted by “Smash Racism DC” on Twitter show protesters screaming at Cruz and his wife ad they leave the restaurant.
“I know that you’re very close friends with Mr. Kavanaugh,” one woman screams at him. “But do you believe survivors, sir? We believe survivors!”
As the protesters follow Cruz and his wife through the restaurant, they proceed to shout: “Senator, I have a right to know what your position is on Brett Kavanaugh.”
Cruz replies, “God bless you, ma’am.”
The processors surround the table forcing Cruz and his wif to leave.
“Let’s go ahead and go,” Cruz can be heard saying.
The video comes as a new left-wing political advocacy group who vowed to inject 5 million into the effort of stopping judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, has been found to have significant ties to globalist George Soros.
According to the NYPost: Kavanaugh is facing sexual misconduct allegations from at least two women as lawmakers prepare to vote whether to place him on the Supreme Court.
Cruz has voiced his support for him but also called on the accusations to be addressed.
BREAKING. Activists just chased @TedCruz out of a fancy Washington DC restaurant, chanting “We Believe Survivors!”— Smash Racism DC (@SmashRacismDC) September 25, 2018
Cruz has been friends with creep Kavanaugh for 20 years. Now Cruz is on judiciary committee hearing his testimony.
Fascists not welcome! #CancelKavanugh pic.twitter.com/7mx6Tc32za
“Vote no on Kavanaugh!” one protester screamed at him. “Cancel Kavanaugh for women’s rights.”
Activists also gathered outside Cruz’s Austin and Dallas offices on Monday to protest against his support for Kavanaugh. Among them were sex assault survivors and members of the women’s rights group UltraViolet Action.
“A sexual predator does not belong in any position of power, let alone on the highest court in the nation,” an UltraViolet spokesperson told KVUE.
Kavanaugh’s first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, is expected to testify at the Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle asked the Supreme Court vote to be postponed until then.