Kavanaugh Attends His Confirmation Hearing Dressed As Hitler
Donald Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, was accused of ‘dressing inappropriately’ when he turned up to face a marathon questioning session by Democrats as his confirmation hearing begins its second day. Donald Trump's nominee, expecting to spar with Democrats over abortion, gun rights, executive power and other high-profile issues, arrived at the session dressed to look like Adolf Hitler, wearing a false moustache and a Nazi uniform.
When challenged on his choice of clothing the overly confident right winger said, “This is just something I threw on. I got dressed in the dark this morning. It’s rather fetching, don’t you think?”
Ignoring the strange garb, Democrats began firing questions at the president’s nominee, with the opener asking what his views were on whether the president was legally correct in that he could pardon himself for any misdemeanors he may have committed before, during and post his presidential office.
“I vill begin by annexing the Sudeteland, und zen ve vill take it from zere,” replied Kavanaugh mimicking a comical German accent.
When pressed for a more appropriate answer, to the amazement of all present, Kavanaugh suddenly stood up, gave a Nazi salute and barked, “Heil Trumpler!” before goose stepping out of the session.
Later a spokesperson for the Democrats said, “This does not look good for democracy. We are very concerned that Kavanaugh’s appointment will bring about a significant swing to the right for the Supreme Court. This may not be good news as far as fair and liberal legal opinions go for the foreseeable future.”
When President Trump was questioned about his nominee’s bizarre performance at the session, he was quoted as saying, “That’s my boy!”