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Helen Brosnan 20h
The entire hallway is in tears. We are at a moment in history where women have to repeat their trauma to the masses to literally beg Senators to vote with moral clarity.
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Ady Barkan🔥🌹 15h
I got arrested (again) today. I did it in solidarity with the brave women who have led the movement against sexual violence for decades. It cannot be their struggle alone. In this moment, we must join together to . He is unfit to serve.
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 14h
This will be obvious to many folks, but for those who don't know: Supreme Court nominees do not give nationally-televised, one-on-one interviews ahead of a confirmation vote. We are witnessing an unprecedented damage control campaign for a lifetime appointment.
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Cecile Richards 15h
Let’s remember going into this week that there is one important thing Dr. Blasey Ford has on her side that her opponents don’t have: the truth.
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Ron Wyden 13h
This is as cynical as politics get in Washington.
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Kai Newkirk 12h
Just got out of jail. I was arrested today alongside brave brother &other men in solidarity w/ women who’ve been leading the fight to &end sexual violence. It’s time for all of us to join together at the frontlines of this fight&win it.
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Earl Blumenauer 16h
Dr. Blasey Ford is a model of courage for all survivors. Her willingness to testify for the Judiciary Cmte this week shows her commitment to speaking her truth and setting a precedent for all survivors to find justice. We have her back.
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 13h
Nothing says "on brand" like Kavanaugh attempting to downplay or dismiss four different accusations of sexual assault by going on a network that has settled ten lawsuits for sexual harassment, including a total of $45 million over Bill O'Reilly's conduct.
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Steve Sisolak 18h
Today I stand in solidarity with Dr. Christine Blasey Ford & Deborah Ramirez.
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Planned Parenthood Generation Action 17h
Dear survivors, It is NOT your fault. We believe you. We're here for you. You're not alone. No one can tell you "that doesn't count." You deserve respect. Your story is your own, and you decide what to do with it -- and when. You are loved.
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Peter Morley 15h
My name is Peter Morley. I am a victim of sexual assault. I applaud everyone speaking out to You too can and use your voice. Thank you for your advocacy.
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David Garcia 14h
I believe the 77% of sexual assault survivors who stay silent. I’m here today to stand in solidarity with one voice, to say enough.
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MoveOn 12h
RT if you realized Kavanaugh was a despicable person way before the multiple sexual assault allegations.
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Kristen Clarke 18h
Our team at is participating in today’s national walkout. We stand in solidarity with sexual assault survivors across the country. They deserve respect. They deserve to be heard.
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 10h
This is quite damning. Kavanaugh's freshman year roommate at Yale not only vouches for Deborah Ramirez' honesty on all counts but directly corroborates New Yorker article describing Kavanaugh's drunken behavior as a known thing on campus. -
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Sierra Club 18h
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StillLes4Hill 🌊🌊🌊 14h
Kavanaugh's wife's face. Priceless. She's not sure about him either! 😂
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NARAL 17h
Trust us. Believe us. Stand with us.
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Democratic Coalition 2h
. says the woman, whom he represents, has multiple security clearances and will “literally risk her life’’ by coming forward
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Taissa Farmiga 15h
Today I wear black in solidarity. I stand in support with Christine Blasey Ford and anyone else who so fearlessly comes forward. Their voices must be heard. We must listen and we must believe.
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