Comedian Amy Schumer was protesting the Supreme Court nomination of former White House staff secretary Brett Kavanaugh Thursday in Washington when she had a run-in with police, according to several reports, and it seems like the Towson alumna saw it coming.
Schumer and Ratajkowski were later spotted among a line-up of activists, who were being detained.
The Trainwreck star went on to condemn people defending Kavanaugh against the assault allegations.
Sharing a snap of herself holding up a poster which read "respect female existence or expect our resistance", Emily wrote an impassioned caption telling her followers why she had demonstrated. Men that hurt women can't hold managerial positions. During the rally, Amy, sided by her friend, addressed the crowds: "Let's stay together".
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"I think we're going to get arrested and we're so proud of you".
No surprises there. Still, protestors, including celebrities Amy Schumer and Emily Ratajkowski, say they aren't giving up hope just yet.
During the protest she said: 'No matter how this goes, they can not keep us down.
News, the actress-comedian joined scores of demonstrators at the #CancelKavanagh event at Capitol Hill, which took place a day before the Senate will start voting on whether or not to confirm the judge.
Judge Kavanaugh's confirmation will still likely sail through, however, as swing votes Jeff Flake (R- Arizona), Susan Collins (R - Maine) and Joe Manchin (D - West Virginia) have all announced their support for the Judge.
"It's time for women to be heard", said Karen Bralove, an alumna of Holton-Arms, the all-girls preparatory school Ford attended in the early 1980s when she alleges Kavanaugh attempted to rape her.