Ratajkowski concluded: 'I demand a government that acknowledges, respects and supports women as much as it does men'. "I think we're going to get arrested, and we're so proud of you", Schumer said. "That's what we're gonna do, we're gonna keep showing up, and no matter how this goes, they cannot keep us down". One video features a police offer saying, "You want to get arrested?"
Dramatic video footage shows the comedian - who was one of 302 women held over the demonstration - being arrested at the rally outside the Supreme Court which thousands of protestors took part in. She said "yes", and is seen being led away by officers.
Another video shared on the social media platform by Daily Caller reporter, Benny Johnson shows police herding a large group of people, including the Trainwreck star, towards an enclosed area. We're exhausted of seeing another man who is disrespectful to women and have potentially harmed them, especially one who lashes out at people when they are being investigated for their alleged crimes.More news: Trump's Mocking Of Blasey Ford Adds Fuel To Kavanaugh Nomination Fire
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A round of Senate voting is expected Friday, with the final vote likely Saturday. "It's time for women to be heard", said Karen Bralove, an alumna of Holton-Arms, the all-girls preparatory school Ford attended in the early 1980s when she alleges Kavanaugh attempted to rape her.
Mr Kavanaugh denies all the allegations.
This is not an argument over whether or not Kavanaugh is guilty of sexual assault; this is an argument that men are still controlling women's bodies.
The day after the hearing, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee agreed to ask President Trump to call on the FBI to conduct another supplemental background investigation into the allegations. "Let's fight. Let's keep showing up".