Brett Kavanaugh should only be allowed in court as a defendant

Brett Kavanaugh should only be allowed in court as a defendant

America saw Brett Kavanaugh unmasked on Thursday and it wasn't Christine Blasey Ford, Kamala Harris or Hillary Clinton exposing the monster, they didn't have to.

Kavanaugh came out screaming and snorting.  If you didn't see it, you can read about it HERE and HERE.

It follows suit that Captain Bone Spur's nominee for the Supreme Court is unhinged, that is how Omirosa describes Trump in her book, UNHINGED.

Kavanaugh was clearly agitated and revealed himself as an angry, belligerent, vindictive, paranoid and volatile man with no respect for the process of jurisprudence, to which he seeks its highest position.

Kavanaugh was particularly disrespectful to the female, Democratic senators questioning him.  He might have been equally disrespectful to female Republican senators, except there has never been a female Republican senator on the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

Never. Not one.

In his speeches to law students, Judge Kavanaugh often spoke of the importance of a judge's demeanor and the ability to keep one's emotions in check.

He often said, "Don't be a jerk."  He also stressed the importance of rendering decisions impartially, "based on the law and not your emotions."

Clearly, this would be a case of do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do.

If his performance in front of the judiciary committee on Thursday was an attempt to show how a judge should conduct himself, he failed.

Kavanaugh is not fit for the People's Court.

The Brett Kavanaughs of the world have a sense of entitlement that often flies in the face of decency.  Their entitlement applies to all things, from women's bodies to lifetime appointments.

Brett Kavanaugh is not entitled to a position on the Supreme Court.  He is not fit for his current position as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals, DC District, which is also a lifetime appointment.

When he pointed his finger at Democrats and the Clintons as the source of his problems, he was channeling the full Georgetown Prep, Donald Trump sense of entitlement and freedom from responsibility.

When he said, "What goes around, comes around," that was pure vengeance talking, not justice or anything like it.

The FBI isn't going to find a "smoking gun," that proves Brett Kavanaugh attempted to rape Christine Blasey Ford.  They may not find any corroboration that he stuck his weenie into Debbie Ramirez's face.

Even if they do, no charges will be brought against Brett Kavanaugh, it's not a criminal investigation.  Nobody has to prove Kavanaugh is a lying thug beyond a reasonable doubt.

We just have to open our eyes.

In his book, Wasted: Tales of a GenX Drunk, Mark Judge describes a character named Bart O'Kavanaugh as a guy who chases beer and young girls.  Remind you of anyone?

We all know that Kavanaugh was lying about the meaning of "Devil's Triangle" all the other inscriptions in his year book because we've all been there.  High school, that is, not the scenes of sexual assaults.

Kavanaugh has grown comfortable lying to congressional committees, something that comes with entitlement.  In his mind, he's entitled to a seat on the Supreme Court at any cost.

Kavanaugh lied about using stolen emails when he was working for G.W. Bush White, he lied about "boofing" and he lied about his drinking problem.

It's not important that he drank in high school, but it matters a great deal that he's lying about it now.

Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus is a legal concept that means a person who lies about one thing is not credible about anything else. Kavanaugh has lied about so many things that anyone who believes a word out of his mouth is either an idiot, a liar or a Republican.

Those three are not mutually exclusive.

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