[Ed. – Sounds about right for an Obama lackey.]
Former White House ethics chief Norm Eisen said Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s emotional testimony Thursday is a “taste” of how Kavanaugh must act while drinking.
Kavanaugh appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee and presented a forceful opening statement to deny the allegations from multiple women of sexual misconduct.
He addressed senators with a furrowed brow, at times speaking at almost a yelling volume.
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Eisen, who served as the White House ethics chief under President Obama, said Kavanaugh’s testimony showcased his temper.
“Folks, we are all getting a taste of the aggression that emerged when Kavanaugh got drunk, and it ain’t pretty,” Eisen tweeted on Thursday. “His demeanor is not rebutting the allegations — if anything, it is validating them.”
Eisen wrote that he was watching the day’s testimony from an airplane, adding that there were “audible gasps” around him when Kavanaugh “started losing it.”