People demonstrating against the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court continue to gather on Capitol Hill on Saturday as senators debate prior to the confirmation vote, which is expected late afternoon.

House and Senate office buildings were closed to the public Saturday following contentious protests earlier in the week.

One of the largest groups is the organizer of the Women's March, who organized a "Flood the Capitol" demonstration, billing it as the "last chance to #CancelKavanaugh."

Protesters pushed the limits of their rights on Thursday and Friday as they packed Senate buildings to the brim and came face-to-face with senators, demanding they vote "no" on Kavanaugh.

President Trump took notice of the dissent on Friday, pointing to pre-printed signs to dismiss demonstrators as fake. Trump also called the anti-Kavanaugh protesters "paid professionals" by "Soros and others." On Saturday, he took to Twitter to praise pro-Kavanaugh protesters, describing them as "a beautiful thing to see."

Demonstrators were seen on video shouting "vote them out" and " we believe survivors" in common anti-Kavanaugh chants during the day on the steps of the capitol building while Senators continued to deliberate.

Although unclear as to why, several protesters were arrested and loaded onto a bus amidst cheers and applause from onlookers.