Amy Schumer did a lot more than just talk the talk in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
Or yell the yell, as the case may have been.
The comedian, along with a handful of others, got detained and seemingly arrested while protesting the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for one of nine seats on the U.S. Supreme Court.
In a video that is making its way around the Internet, the 37-year-old is being led by a police officer toward a large group of protestors that were also being held while at the Hart Senate Office Building on Thursday.
“You want to be arrested?” a cops asks Schumer and another woman as he points in the direction of a bigger group that is chanting with officers surrounding them.
"Yes," she replied.
As you can see below, Schumer was wearing a green button-down shirt that read “This Today then #ERA" while attending the political event.
Emily Ratajkowski was also arrested on Thursday, although we actually are not certain why just yet. Probably for disturbing the peace or trespassing.
The mass protests in the nation's capital this week were in reaction to the FBI concluding its investigation, which was launched after Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified last week about her sexual misconduct allegation against Kavanaugh.
Many familiar with the investigation believe it was severely limited in scope, as neither Kavanaugh nor Ford were interviewed by authorities.
Neither were many witnesses who tried to contact the FBI in order to support Kavanaugh's version of events.
(She alleges that Kavanaugh held her down on a bed and tried to rape her during a small gathering in high school.)
Tweeted Ratajkowski shortly her arrest:
“Men who hurt women can no longer be placed in positions of power."
It's seeming more and more likely, however, that such a statement will not hold true in the case of Kavanaugh, who is expected to be confirmed to the highest court in the land this weekend.
Schumer also carried a sign that read throughout her protest that read “We Believe Anita Hill," a reference to the woman who accused now-Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment in 1991.
In a Twitter video shared by Young People For, Schumer can be seen giving a speech to those gathered in support of Kavanaugh and sexual assault victims everywhere.
“Let’s stay together, let’s fight. Let’s keep showing up!” the star said to people cheering.
Three women have come out and alleged that Kavanaugh acted in a very inappropriate manner with them, from Ford's accusation of assault ... to another woman claiming he pulled out his penis directly in front of her face... to another woman saying Kavanaugh was present while she was gang raped.
As mentioned above, the protests took place as senators are preparing to submit their votes on Kavanaugh’s confirmation to Supreme Court justice.
An initial vote of the Senate is scheduled for Friday, and a final vote will come over the weekend, according to USA Today and other reliable outlets.