Orrin Hatch has been a United States Senator for 41 years, so he knows how to handle unruly leftist protesters like a boss. Hatch hilariously waved off a group of unhinged protesters who angrily accosted him at an elevator on Capitol Hill, telling them they need to “grow up.”
In a Twitter video posted by the group Vote Pro Choice, one irate feminist bellowed: “Why aren’t you brave enough to talk to us?” Senator Hatch replied: “When you grow up, I’ll be glad to. He then waved the shouters off.
The protester shrieked: “Don’t you wave your hand at me!” Another livid woman then screeched: “How dare you talk to women that way?”
Hatch, who was surrounded by bodyguards, then entered the elevator. In a final coup de grâce, Senator Hatch cheerfully waved as the elevator doors closed on the triggered protesters’ faces.
Hatch was accosted at the elevator shortly after he pointed out at a press conference that the FBI and the Senate Judiciary Committee have found nothing to corroborate the 11th hour allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
“After investigations from both the committee and FBI, we have found nothing to corroborate accusations against him and we need to confirm him right away,” Hatch said. “His confirmation will be a victory for the Senate as an institution.”
Orrin Hatch said that a failure to confirm Brett Kavanaugh would be a stain on the Senate because it would validate the sleazy leftist tactic of throwing out uncorroborated, defamatory accusations against a Supreme Court nominee in the name of partisan politics.
“It would be a victory for no-holds-barred partisanship and the dirtiest form of politics we have ever seen,” Hatch said. “For the sake of the Senate, this confirmation cannot fail.”
Failure to confirm Brett Kavanaugh would be a stain on this institution. It would be a victory for no-holds-barred partisanship and the dirtiest form of politics we have ever seen.
For the sake of the Senate, this confirmation cannot fail. pic.twitter.com/BQpzLFk4ws
— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) October 4, 2018
Senator Hatch’s deft handling of the triggered elevator protesters was a stark contrast to Jeff Flake’s embarrassing capitulation to them last week.
As BizPac Review reported, Flake folded like a deck of hands when confronted by George Soros-linked protesters right before the Senate Judiciary Committee was scheduled to vote to send Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Senate floor.
Shortly after the elevator confrontation, Flake flip-flopped on his original promise that he would vote “yea” to confirm Kavanaugh. Flake’s wimpiness caused the sham week-long FBI investigation that delayed the Kavanaugh vote for another seven days.
Jeff Flake cornered in elevator, berated by protester when word gets out he’s voting for Kavanaugh https://t.co/xpeGLeCU1R pic.twitter.com/ON0slyp94b
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 28, 2018
This week in a nutshell:
The last week summed up pic.twitter.com/kiwCzTa0MO
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) October 5, 2018
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