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‘Not again!’ Did Kavanaugh’s ex-clerk pull a super-troll on the haters? Twitter goes berserk over strange clip

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Zina Bash became an overnight sensation when the Trump Resistance accused her of flashing white power hand signals Tuesday during Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing, after a random placement of her hand across her forearm.

But Bash may become a rock star after she appeared to troll the Trump Derangement Syndrome crowd in what amounts to a follow up performance.

Bash, a Harvard law graduate and former clerk for Judge Kavanaugh, works on his confirmation team, and was communicating with someone off screen. After initially appearing confused about what she’s taking in, Bash then flashed an “OK” hand sign in a show of comprehension.

Unfortunately, the universal hand sign has been relegated to the bigoted trash heap of American politics by the left.

Whether Bash intended to troll unhinged zealots on the left or not, it was hilarious!

Not that’s it wasn’t ridiculous to accuse the attorney of being a white power disciple, given that Bash is Mexican on her mother’s side and Jewish on her father’s side, and her grandparents were Holocaust survivors.

The backlash was so bad, Zina’s husband, US Attorney John Bash, was compelled to respond to the “vicious conspiracy theory.”

Here’s a sampling of some of the epic responses to Bash’s encore performance from Twitter:

https://twitter.com/jason_howerton/status/1037890554166697984

https://twitter.com/Hvanloon61/status/1037935321810460673

Tom Tillison

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