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Rosanna Arquette Has a Warning for Senators Voting to Confirm Kavanaugh: ‘Karma Is a Bitch’

”Hell hath no fury than a woman scorned and we will take our fury to the polls!“ Arquette tells TheWrap

Actress and #MeToo activist Rosanna Arquette had stern words for Republicans eager to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

“Hell hath no fury than a woman scorned and we will take our fury to the polls!” Arquette told TheWrap, adding that, “karma is a bitch.”

On Friday, Kavanaugh was all but guaranteed a seat on the Supreme Court after two wavering senators, Republican Susan Collins and Democrat Joe Manchin, announced that they would back his confirmation.

Maine senator Susan Collins announced in a lengthy 42-minute speech in front of the Senate that she would vote “yes” on appointing Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

“I can’t watch this anymore,” actress Padma Lakshmi said on Twitter Friday. “This is such a letdown for women everywhere.”

Stephen King tweeted: “Susan Collins says she will vote to confirm Kavanaugh, partially because the man who lied repeatedly in his confirmation hearings told her he considered Roe “settled law.” Senator Collins, there is still time to change your mind and do the right thing.”

Ironically, Friday also marked the first anniversary since The New York Times first reported decades-long accusations of serial misconduct and assault by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Many #MeToo activists were already on edge. The looming confirmation didn’t help.

“I’m not surprised by anything the Trump administration does,” Arquette said. “The administration has proven themselves over and over to have zero respect for women, the Earth people of color, LGBTQ community,murdered or trafficked children.”