“Kill ’em with kindness” is a classic wise adage that Vice President Mike Pence put into play this afternoon after the Senate voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court.
Saturday marked the end of what was a tumultuous confirmation process, to say the least, marked by smears, protests and everything else out of the Democrat playbook in their attempt to keep Kavanaugh from sitting on the high court.
After Senators voted 50-48 to confirm Kavanaugh, Mike Pence left the chamber of the U.S. Senate only to be greeted by angry protesters.
The protesters were furious after learning the news that Kavanaugh was confirmed. And Pence, being the classy leader that he his, handled the situation in a matter that not many could pull off.
Pence faced the defiant crowd and kindly waving to them as they held up their signs and chanted absurdities at him.
An image of the incident was captured on camera and quickly circulated social media. We were able to obtain a copy thanks to a fellow Twitter patriot. See Below
MIKE PENCE WAVES TO THE MOB OF ANGRY PROTESTERS
As per, Chad Pergram of Fox News, “Pence walks down Senate steps after Kavanaugh vote amid cacophony of protests. Initially stood in Senate door & was going to exit another way. Then, defiantly reversed course, telling security detail “let’s do it.” Waves to to the demonstrators.”
Pence walks down Senate steps after Kavanaugh vote amid cacophony of protests. Initially stood in Senate door & was going to exit another way. Then,
defiantly reversed course, telling security detail “let’s do it.” Waves to to the demonstrators pic.twitter.com/N3avjtqHa1
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) October 6, 2018
Pence waving to the mob can be considered as a “farewell” to the mounting fake anguish and outrage that plagued America in days leading up to Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
What a ride! Are you glad it’s finally over? Scroll down below and let us know your thoughts! In ending here is video of the angry mob that was on Capitol Hill on Saturday: