Yesterday was day three of the never-ending Democratic dumpster fire that is the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearing. We saw bald-faced lies come from the Democrats, mostly Corey Booker and Kamala Harris, both of whom have been about as obnoxious and confrontational as the protestors from day one.
Mainstream media, of course, has done their cheerleading routine behind Booker and Harris.
The New York Times, surprisingly, called this what it is: A charade, a political ruse with the Presidency in mind. The headline reads: "Democrats grilling Kavanaugh have their eye on 2020." With a nice little photo of Harris and Booker chatting surreptitiously, both with a sinister smile. Or maybe I'm reading too far into it. Maybe not. You never know.
Two days ago, Harris went on a tirade. She kept badgering Kavanaugh about whether he had spoken to someone at a certain law firm about a certain topic. (It wasn't that vague, but it was pretty vague.) He answered that he didn't know. Then she grilled him further, baffled that he didn't know, then asked him the same vague question 5 different ways.
He still didn't know what she was talking about.
Speaking evasively, she said:
You've been speaking for almost eight hours to this committee about all sorts of things you remember. How can you not remember whether or not you had a conversation about Robert Mueller or his investigation with anyone at that law firm?
The next day, we found out why Kavanaugh didn't know what Harris was talking about: It was entirely made up. Harris had no evidence of any of it. She was basing it on nothing. Of course, that got swept under the rug real quick.
Luckily, he's remained one step ahead of her.
Yesterday she did a similar dance. Aggressive questioning meant to trick Kavanaugh into saying something he doesn't mean. Luckily, he's remained one step ahead of her.