Judge Kavanaugh and his time on the afternoon of September 27, 2018 at the Senate Judiciary Committee: What took place?

Did his presence, described as a “Howl of Rage” directed to Democrats win admirers?



Just like the previous speaker who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of an egregious act, he likewise had his so-called “appearance” at the Senate Judiciary Committee.

As soon as Kavanaugh took his seat, the nominee’s opening statement featured one defiant, bellowing tirade against Democrats.

The aforesaid “opening,” was translated frequently as “total and absolute defiance” by the majority of listeners, who were in the same room earlier as they listened to

Christine Blasey Ford, Ph.D., who came forward with disturbing sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh.

Numbers of the listening audience familiar with Kavanaugh’s previous statement to the audience, called his entire testimony a “total departure” from what he gave

earlier to the very same listeners, the same body of legislators.

Kavanaugh’s defiant testimony was categorized by his declaration as an openly “political attack on his opponents.”

While Dr. Ford as described as “coming forward,” with her recollections of the allegations against Kavanaugh, the majority of the listening audience when interviewed,             expressed: “The confirmation has become a national disgrace,” his voice raised as he continued: “The Constitution gives the Senate an important role in the confirmation             process.  But you have replaced ‘advice and consent’ with ‘search and destroy.’

Taking direct aim at Democrats, Kavanaugh, still shouting stated: “Since my nomination in July, there’s been a frenzy on the left to come up with something, anything to             block my confirmation.”

Still displaying his growing ire, Kavanaugh continued: “Shortly after I was nominated, the Democratic Senate leader said he would “oppose me with everything he’s got.”

Referring to the same leader, Kavanaugh repeated his ire against the Democratic senators.

“A Democratic senator on this committee upheld what their leader stated, how he would likewise “oppose me with everything he’s got.”

Kavanaugh continued to denounce Democratic senators.  He quoted one by shouting as much as he could: “Judge Kavanaugh is your worst nightmare.”

He quoted more Democratic senators: “Judge Kavanaugh will threaten the lives of millions of Americans for decades to come.”

“You sowed the wind,” he admonished Democratic senators, and now “the country will reap the whirlwind.”

Further vitriolic statements came from Kavanaugh, as he proceeded to denounce the Democratic members of the same committee.

He accused them of lying in wait to spring fake accusations upon him when “it looked like I might actually get confirmed.”

Kavanaugh described “this whole two-week effort as “a calculated and orchestrated political hit fueled with apparent pent-up anger about President Trump and the 2016         election.  He insisted that he was the victim of “grotesque character assassination.”

Still, Kavanaugh’s hateful performance kept on.  He was impassioned, entrancing, and absolutely inappropriate.

As he dropped any pretense of non-partisanship, Kavanaugh strongly came out loudly as a Republican, as a man who loathes the Democratic Party just likened to the

attitude of the man who nominated him, loathes it.

From the start of his testimony, Kavanaugh kept on strongly shouting how he is the victim, that Democrats and Clinton allies are engaged in a conspiracy to destroy         his nomination and reputation.  As he continued to bewail of his imagined malignment by the Democrats, Kavanaugh insisted he was the victim of “grotesque character         assassination.”

As he continued his hateful and vitriolic attack (started as soon as he took his seat), Kavanaugh insisted how he is the victim.

Kavanaugh demanded sympathy, crying and yelling in turn.

“I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process.  You may defeat me in the final vote, but you’ll never get me to quit.”

In summary, Kavanaugh must have figured out how he delivered a convincing, remarkable performance, but was truly inappropriate.

Although he dropped any pretense of non-partisanship, he still came out swinging as a Republican, as a man who loathes the Democratic Party just as much as the

president who nominated him loathes it.

It does not entail any uncertainty to analyze the Kavanaugh testimony of September 27th.

Should it still continue to persist, as a confirmation to the Supreme Court, there is no question at all on whose bidding, Kavanaugh will pursue on the bench.