The Women's March released a statement just now claiming credit for disrupting the Kavanaugh hearing and stating that more than 30 women have so far been arrested.
Rachel O’Leary Carmona, chief operating officer of Women’s March, said in the statement, "Women are disrupting this hearing today because our lives are at risk. Women will die if Kavanaugh is confirmed."
She warned "politicians on both sides of the aisle" that if they failed to stop Kavanaugh "we will make you pay in November and in 2020." Democrats, they warned, would be primaried. Republican seats would be flipped.
"The gloves are off, the rings are on, and we’re ready to resist the fight that chose us."
She also warned there would be many more disruptions to come: “Hundreds of women from across the country are still in line waiting to access the Kavanaugh hearings -- and we will not stop.”
The group released a series of videos documenting the protests and arrests on Twitter, where they included the hashtag: #CancelKavanaugh.