Kavanaugh Singers Outperform Rosie O'Donnell's Protest Head to Head
Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio reported to supporters Sunday, he celebrated the fast overnight response to attacks on President Donald Trump at the White House with the Kavanaugh Singers announcing the next day plans to support Brett Kavanaugh at the Supreme court last week.
Delgaudio told supporters, in part: (permission granted to quote in part or whole)
"Public Advocate took to the streets of D.C. this week with dozens of volunteers to support President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
U.S. Supreme Court
My wonderful volunteers spent countless hours getting ready for this demonstration.
They dressed up in period costumes and wielded "Chimney Sweep brooms" while calling for Judge Kavanaugh and Trump to "sweep out the Swamp!"
We rewrote the lyrics to the Mary Poppins song "Chim Chim Cher-ee" with words in support of Judge Kavanaugh and his respect for the Constitution.
"He'll not try to act like a lawmaker too" calling out the Left's activist judges who prefer to write or rewrite laws to fit their own personal agendas.
Here is our Mary Poppins with our Justice Kavanaugh
The Kavanaugh Singers continued a tradition Public Advocate started during the confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch, when our "Confirm Gorsuch Ensemble" also sang on the steps of the Supreme Court.
Our ensemble was recognized by Republican Senators Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Chuck Grassley.
There weren't any Senators present this time to enjoy our performance, but the media could not get enough of us!
Reporters from Reuters, Voice of America and many other networks recorded and interviewed us for almost an hour.
Our Justice Kavanaugh being interviewed by the press
The Left's counter-protest showed up to try to upstage your Public Advocate -- and failed miserably.
They could only scrounge up handful of people in matching t-shirts.
No one there -- especially the media -- paid them the slightest attention.
Voice of America covering our demonstration
Some of the major papers have tried to claim that our singing this week was merely a copycat of the Left's Rosie O'Donnell and her big singing protest against our President a few days earlier.
Of course, this is nothing more than Fake News.
Public Advocate has pioneered the use of singing ensembles around D.C. for political protest or support.
As I already said, we made national headlines last year with our songs in support of Justice Gorsuch.
And our "Cake-y Break-y Heart" in support of the Colorado Baker was another big hit.