Linda Sarsour Arrested While Blocking Streets Outside Supreme Court

Sarsour and protesters outside of U.S. Capitol (Photo By Henry Rodgers TheDCNF)

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Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour was arrested while protesting against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh Thursday afternoon.

Sarsour, who has been arrested numerous times, including at Kavanaugh’s Sept. 4 confirmation hearing, was spotted inside the Hart Senate Office Building around 10 a.m. with dozens of protesters, before leading a march with the group outside of the U.S. Capitol to the Supreme Court.

A group of protesters and Sarsour were seen sitting in the middle of the street in front of the Supreme Court hours later. After being asked to move multiple times, police arrested Sarsour and dozens of others of protesters. (RELATED: Sarsour Back In Senate Hart Building Hours After Being Arrested At Kavanaugh Hearings)


Kavanaugh was testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The Daily Caller News Foundation asked Sarsour what her plans were before the arrest. She refused to comment.

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