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Outside the Hart Senate Office Building, where Senators are still "deciding" on their votes, the protesters were evacuated.

In another video posted to Twitter by @Theboldtype_z, Schumer made light of her pending arrest by sending a video to a fellow protester's daughter. "I think we're going to get arrested, and we're so proud of you", Schumer said.

Amy Schumer talks the talk and walks the walk when it comes to denouncing Brett Kavanaugh - 'cause she just got arrested in D.C. with a bunch of other people protesting the imminent vote on his confirmation.

Dunham, the creator of "Girls", seemed pleased with the turnout: "So many women I love are in DC today", she tweeted.

The judge has been accused of sexual assault by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, among others.

She added, "Men who hurt women can no longer be placed in positions of power". Kavanaugh has come under fire for a number of sexual assault allegations since his recommendation by Donald Trump to the highest court in the land, drawing outrage across the country as Republicans push to confirm a man accused by multiple women of sexual wrongdoings.

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(Ratajkowski wrote on Twitter that she was arrested.) A photo of the two of them being detained and sharing a bag 'o snacks surfaced on Twitter soon after.

Ratajkowski concluded: 'I demand a government that acknowledges, respects and supports women as much as it does men'.

No word yet on if the 32-year-old actress was also arrested at the protest. "That's what we're gonna do, we're gonna keep showing up, and no matter how this goes, they cannot keep us down".

Variety has reached out to Schumer's rep for more information.

The friends who are arrested together, eat snacks together.

Schumer, who is related to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, previously posted details about the planned protest on her Instagram page, writing, "Let's march".