All hell broke loose during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Tuesday.

A group of paid protesters began shouting over the confirmation questions and answers until forcibly removed by Capitol police in a spectacle that had all the markings of a Soros-funded operation.

Also, in an attempt to shut down Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation, Democrat senators insisted upon halting the hearing until given time to review documents. Senators Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Chris Coons, Dick Durbin, and Patrick Leahy turned the hearing into a circus, demanding additional time to review said documents.

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Of course, what they were really after was stalling Kavanaugh’s confirmation until after the midterm elections when they could vote down confirmation, given that they retake the Senate majority, a prospect the hopes of which appear dimmer by the day.

Senator Richard Blumenthal demanded adjournment, insisting upon a roll call vote of his motion to adjourn.

Chairman Chuck Grassley was having none of it, keeping the hearing on schedule despite the disruption.

Three Texas doctors in line to get into the Kavanaugh hearing report that they saw protesters being paid in cash to disrupt the hearing.

Shameless Democrat senators turned the Kavanaugh hearing into a circus, attempting to shut it down, claiming they have not had enough time to review documents. The same Democrat senators passed Obamacare without reading a word of it.