Donald Trump can’t hide from what America thinks of him. The #KremlinAnnex protesters placed a sign referring to Christine Blasey Ford outside the White House in Washington and spelled out AMORAL.
#KremlinAnnex protesters place a sign referring to Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of a 1982 sexual assault, and spell out the word “AMORAL” on the 66th consecutive day of their demonstration out#KremlinAnnex protesters place a sign referring to Christine Blasey Ford outside the White House in Washington:
Meanwhile, women made a video titled “Dear Professor Ford”:
I joined a chorus of women in support of Dr. Ford. Watch our video: #DearProfessorFord, you are strong. You’re a survivor. & you aren’t alone. Millions of us have your back. We call on Senators to demand a full, fair & trauma-informed investigation. pic.twitter.com/WAoZ3mUUvG
— jamiaw (@jamiaw) September 19, 2018
Donald Trump can’t hide from the backlash to his attempt to put a possible rapist on the Supreme Court.
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