<figure> <img src="https://cdni.rt.com/files/2018.10/article/5bb6026fdda4c820648b45dc.jpg"> <figcaption>Demonstrators hold anti-Kavanaugh hold posters outside City Hall in Los Angeles on September 28, 2018. © Mark Ralston / <span class="copyright">AFP</span></figcaption> </figure> <strong>Moving videos of women confronting senators over Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination have been framed as grassroots activism, but they were actually made by an organization that receives massive funding from George Soros.
A number of videos have surfaced in recent days showing activists giving Republican senators an earful about their support for Kavanaugh's nomination. The most piercing of these interactions came last week, when Republican Senator Jeff Flake was confronted at the US Capitol by two women who said they were survivors of sexual assault.
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The two women berated Flake for voicing support for the nominee, who has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault and misconduct. Flake appeared visibly unsettled in the video, and he acknowledged that the interaction may have influenced his decision to press for an FBI probe into the allegations.