Flanked by signs promoting Planned Parenthood and featuring the image of Hillary Clinton, Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.), and Bernie Sanders (socialist…I mean, I-Vt.) told a crowd in Washington, DC they need to “fight” against the confirmation of Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Warren was on the warpath against Kavanaugh Monday night, telling the crowd outside the Supreme Court, “I am not going to sugar coat this - we are in the fight of our lives. Judge Kavanaugh has been sitting on a pre-approved list of right-wing nominees for 8 months now.”
“Let me tell you, Brett Kavanaugh did not end up on this list because he is the consensus nominee.”
“He wants to roll back a woman’s right!’’ Booker shouted. “He wants to roll back worker’s rights! He wants to roll back civil rights!”
“Do we want to go backward, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 years?”
“This fight is not over! This day is not done! We stand strong, we stand together, we stand convicted. Let us fight forward,” Booker said.
Sanders also added his fight chant to the fray at the anti-Kavanaugh rally. “This is a tough fight but if we stand together, we are going to win!”