About Yesterday…

Day 2: Republicans continued to turn Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings into a QAnon masterclass from the master race.

When Ayatollah Ted finished his stunt…

Senatorette Lindsey Graham must be working on some fanfic —or day I suggest slashfic?!— and wants to know what it would be like to be that dreamy Justice Beer Bong:

Tom Tillis was probably high:

Shorter Ben Sasse: everyone I work with is a fame slut for Fox News. The longer version:

And that’s all you really need to know about yesterday’s hearing: it was a festival of soundbites for Fox News, and by the way, it worked:

But there was this moment of grace from Corey Booker:

And we’ll leave it there on a positive note.

The Betting Window is open. The house position is that there will be a 100% no vote from the GOP. Get your quatloos ready.


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10 Responses to About Yesterday…

  1. skinnydennis says:

    Booker: yeah.

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  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    One of the Dems needs to describe, as a hypothetical, the litany of allegations against Matt Gaetz, and ask KBJ what sentence she should impose.

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  3. Jimmy T says:

    Just gonna drop this off…

    Liked by 4 people

  4. roket says:

    I’m wondering what your average republican black friend (NOTE: Singular.) has to say about this kind of behavior.

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  5. Punctuated_Equilibrium says:

    Ted “I’m a tool” Cruz once again raises the idiocy bar.

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  6. Redhand says:

    I saw excerpts of Cruz and Graham badgering Jackson. It was genuinely hard for me to decide which of them was the more sickening. Their utter discourtesy was stunning. If I was chair of the committee I would have thrown their asses out for continuing breach of parliamentary rules. They were disgraceful.

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  7. purplehead says:

    I’m thinking What’s-Her-Face from Alaska will vote for Judge Jackson. What’s-Her-Face from Maine will vote NO but be very sorry and pitiful.

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