Demonstrators rallied outside Sen Lindsey Graham’s house in Washington on the morning of Monday, September 21, to protest replacing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the presidential election, local media reported.
Ginsburg, who died of pancreatic cancer complications on Friday, recently said her most “fervent wish” was to not be replaced until a new president takes office, according to reports.
Graham said on Twitter that he would support President Donald Trump “in any effort to move forward” regarding the Supreme Court vacancy.
This video, filmed by Washington-based activist Collin Rees, shows a crowd of protesters outside of a residential building as police escort one person away. Rees said “over 100 activists” were protesting outside of Graham’s home in Washington on Monday morning. Credit: Collin Rees via Storyful