The left fails to grasp just how comical they can be in their perpetual outrage over every little offense.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes was interviewing Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing Tuesday, which was marred by chaos, and just as Harris was whining about protesters being called hysterical, the network ran footage of the protesters… acting hysterical.
Hayes played a clip of from the opening remarks of Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., where he referenced the chaos that occurred when the hearing opened.
“What’s the hysteria coming from? The hysteria around Supreme Court confirmation hearings is coming from the fact that we have a fundamental misunderstanding of the role of the Supreme Court in American life now,” Sasse said.
In addition to staged antics by Harris and her fellow Democrats on the committee to interrupt proceedings, members of the party’s base had to be dragged out by officers as they wailed like spoiled children.
But the timing of Harris complaining and the clip being played was priceless.
“There is so much on the line and so much at stake, so to suggest that people who understand the seriousness of this and are protesting the lack of transparency, the lack of due process, to suggest that they’re hysterical is really to throw out a red herring and not deal with the real issue,” Harris said.
Meanwhile, viewers are watching footage of the far-left activists screaming as they are led from the room.
Actor James Woods would sum up the day’s chaos by the numbers, calling it what it was: “Mob rule.”
There were reportedly 63 interruptions before the break for lunch, and Capitol Police reported that were 70 arrests — yep, that sounds pretty hysterical.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 5, 2018
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