Protesters increased in their aggressive demonstrations on Capitol Hill after Senator Susan Collins (R-Mass.) pushed the Kavanaugh confirmation over the top Friday.
Several instances of the aggressive tactics by angry and frustrated protesters were caught on video and shared on social media.
Protesters drowned out Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) while he was trying to speak to reporters with chants of "shame on you! Shame on you! Shame on you!" Manchin was the only Democrat to indicate that he would vote positively to confirm Kavanaugh.
Reporters also seemed annoyed by the intrusive demonstrators.
Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana posted video of protesters harassing him as he went to the Kavanaugh vote. One woman can be seen being dragged away by a policeman, and another shouts at him while holding a baby.
This is what the U.S. Capitol was like today as I walked to the Senate floor for the vote on Judge Kavanaugh. https://t.co/Xtmji8hpZF— John Kennedy (@John Kennedy) 1538776738.0
"This is what the U.S. Capitol was like today as I walked to the Senate floor for the vote on Judge Kavanaugh," Kennedy tweeted.
Many demonstrators were targeting Senator Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), who had asked for the Kavanaugh vote to be postponed in order to allow for an FBI investigation.
Unrest outside of Senator Flakes office in the US Capitol. Dozens of arrests are happening. Police are pushing thos… https://t.co/LWxioTo4Hw— Caroline Patrickis (@Caroline Patrickis) 1538752778.0
LIVE: Large protest erupts in front of Sen. Flake's office on Capitol Hill. https://t.co/8dkKwl8PMq— NBC News (@NBC News) 1538753191.0
Police moving press back as protest erupts in front of Sen. Flake's office on Capitol Hill. pic.twitter.com/5DfBYRIlqz— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 5, 2018
Dozens of arrests happening on Capitol Hill @ABC7News just outside of Senator Flakes office. https://t.co/qhgMr4Lfq8— Caroline Patrickis (@Caroline Patrickis) 1538753306.0
There was also a human wall against misogyny composed of statements by President Donald Trump.
In front of the Capitol—barricaded in a somewhat unprecedented measure—is BrickXBrick, a group dedicated to building human walls in protest of acts of misogyny. Their outfits include quotations from President Trump that degrade women. pic.twitter.com/p252YcwDpW— Kara Voght (@karavoght) October 5, 2018
Protesters were also assembled and arrested from in front of the Supreme Court:
1st 2nd 3rd WARNING by the US Capitol Police Arrests Happening Now In front of SCOTUS #StopKanavaugh… https://t.co/xpOFUezABN— Harris from the Post (@Harris from the Post) 1538758854.0
Capitol Police reported that 302 people were arrested for "unlawfully demonstrating" in Senate offices Thursday. On Friday they said that they arrested 101 people.
The confirmation vote for Kavanaugh is scheduled for Saturday.