Tuesday, the confirmation hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court was met with disruptions and a political resisting circus to disrupt and delay Kavanaugh’s confirmation within the first few minutes of starting.
Top Democrats tried to overtake the session with a rapid-fire string of objections, and protesters shouted and screamed in the audience. (Video Below)
Despite democrats having all the information they need to know about Kavanaugh, they refuse to let the American people see why Kavanaugh should be elected. They are trying to stop and delay the hearing making up excuses.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley,(R-IA), said he and his staff were “available 24/7” to help Democrats access Judge Kavanaugh’s records, but “not one senator showed up.”
During the hearing, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) was giving his opening statement and snapped at protesters who disrupted Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
Protesters became hostile, jumping around the room, yelling, and being testy. Complete manufactured outraged. (Video Below)
FED UP: Sen Hatch Snaps At ‘LOUD MOUTH’ Protester After Disrupting His Opening Statement
Sen. Hatch was trying to deliver his opening statement during the hearing, and protesters who showed up to oppose Kavanaugh’s nomination while shouting over him.
Shortly after, Hatch lost patience with one protester, Hatch said, “Mr. Chairman, I think we ought to have this loudmouth removed. We shouldn’t have to put up with this kind of stuff.”
“I hope she’s not a law student,” Hatch added. (Video Below)
After that protester was removed, others continued to interrupt Hatch as he praised Kavanaugh as a “mainstream” and “indisputably qualified” nominee.
“Mr. Chairman, I don’t know that the committee should have to put up with this type of insolence that’s going on in this room today. And frankly, these people are so out of line, they shouldn’t even be allowed into the doggone room.” Hatch said.
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