Large-scale protests broke out in Washington, calling for suspension of voting procedures for candidates for the US Supreme Court

  [Global Net Reporter Cui Yan] On the 17th local time, another large-scale protest and demonstration broke out in Washington, USA.

Hundreds of people gathered in Liberty Square to protest the Trump administration’s nomination of Barrett as the Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, and called on members of Congress to suspend the Supreme Court’s nomination voting process.

  According to the US "Capitol Hill" report on the 17th, hundreds of people gathered in Liberty Square at around 11 am that day, holding signs to protest the US Supreme Court candidate Barrett's entry into the Supreme Court.

  According to the report, about a dozen women in uniform wearing red dresses and white hats participated in the protest.

Each of them had a slogan that read "Trump Pence step down now!" on their necks to express their protest.

  According to reports, protests by conservative female demonstrators also broke out outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington that afternoon.

They called on members of Congress to suspend the voting process of the Supreme Court, hoping to show the "power of women" to the country.

  On the morning of the 15th local time, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee announced that the U.S. Senate Judiciary has determined that the committee voting on Barrett’s nomination will begin on the 22nd.

On the 23rd, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will submit Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court to the Senate, and Barrett’s final confirmation of appointment will be voted in the first half of the next week (expected 26-28 /29th).