A liberal protester was caught on video telling a conservative activist that he could “touch” and “rape” her because of the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Things quickly got out of hand when the protester reached out and touched conservative activist Kaitlin Bennett’s shoulder.
“Don’t touch me,” Bennett said.
“I want to touch you. I’m allowed to touch you,” he responded.
“You are not allowed to touch me,” she shot back.
The protester then stunned everyone.
“Yes, I am. I’m allowed to [pin her] to the ground and rape her ‘cause I have rights,” he said.
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When Bennett confronted him for the disgusting statement, he seemingly referenced Kavanaugh.
“Look at your Supreme Court,” the man added.
Shockingly, several of the female liberal protesters denied the man actually said what he said, even though it was on video.
“I thought we believed women, I thought we supported women,” Bennett said to the crowd.
Kavanaugh was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court last week amid uncorroborated sexual misconduct claims made against him. None of his accusers were able to produce any corroborating evidence to prove their claims.
Still, Democrats argued the women should be believed no matter what.