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Judge Kavanaugh wasn’t looking so hot. His accuser seemed legit to a lot of people, hiring a lawyer to ask the questions turned out to be a terrible idea, and it seemed like the tide was turning against him. If he was going to get confirmed he needed help. Not all heroes wear capes…..
Out of left field – Lindsey freaking Graham. The first candidate for President who Trump forced out by getting into a throwback schoolyard tickle fight. You may recall Trump put him in a locker when he gave out his phone number at a rally for absolutely no reason except to be a dick:
But yes, it was him Lindsey Graham who saved the day. This is how lame the left has gotten – they’ve made Lindsey Graham punk rock. Do you understand how humorless and stale you have to be to make me feel like I’m rebelling against the man by liking Lindsey Graham?
His speech was better than the Gettysburg Address. I’m not kidding when I say this 4:26 rant will become one of the most iconic in American history:
“Boy, y’all want power, I hope you never get it.”
It gave me chills just watching it. He spoke for the American people. You got the feeling a storm was a brewing in ol’ Lindsey’s britches when he started railing against this process after she was done. That man right there had seen enough, and he’s not putting up with your bullshit anymore.
I could watch that rant over and over again. It gave millions of Americans the belief that the Senators are thinking the same thing as the rest of us – that it was time to grow a sack and end the bullshit. He pointed out that they knew about this the whole time and never called for a FBI investigation until the last minute when they pulled her out of their hat and pretended to care about her. He pointed out that he voted for Sotomoyor and Kagan. He pointed out what a JOKE it was, for these idiots to bring out a high school yearbook and ask him what coded words meant, or whether he drank beer on the weekends or weekdays:
“This is going to destroy the ability of good people to come forward. Because of this CRAP!! Your high school yearbook.”
He pointed out how absurd it was to think that this serial rapist suddenly stopped being a serial rapist:
“You’re supposed to be Bill Cosby in high school, and all of a sudden you got over it. It’s been my understanding that if you drug women and rape them for two years in high school, you probably don’t stop.”
And most importantly he called out other Republicans and told lit the fire in them to vote for Kavanaugh:
“To my Republican colleagues, if you vote no, you’re legitimizing the most despicable thing I have seen in my time in politics. You want this seat? I hope you never get it.”
And they will. That includes Flake, Murkowski, and Collins. They’ll even nab a couple democrats, like Jon Tester in Montana, Joe Manchim in West Virginia, and Joe Donnelly in Indiana. Those are states with reasonable democrats. They want their guns, and they want good healthcare. They don’t care about what FFFFFFFFFFourth of July meant in someone’s high school yearbook from 36 years ago!! Republicans are gonna show up to vote now because they’re all fired up and the court will be forever changed.
And it’s all because of Coach Lindsey’s fourth quarter speech.