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Well, just in case you were worried that our national leaders were about to turn into a crowd of genteel and polite citizens who worked together nicely, you can calm down — they acted like a group of hog-callers hopped up on Sudafed and Jaeger Bombs. Our beloved politicians managed to embarrass themselves in ways that exceeded expectations.
Cory Booker tried making a brave stance releasing secret emails that would damage Brett Kavanaugh — except they were not classified, he was granted permission, and they showed Kavanaugh was ruling according to the Constitution. So Thanks, Cory! Meanwhile Kamala Harris had a hard time keeping her lies straight, but the press praised her anyway. Overall, it would require a forklift dropping a pallet of grease paint in the Capitol Rotunda to make this a bigger clown show.
THIS WEEK’S THEME: “Eastbound And Down” — Jerry Reid
- It was feared the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing was going to be crazy-town. It ended up being so much more.
- Everyone was en fuego with the anonymous NY Times Op-ed — Sarah and Brad were very unimpressed.
- Cosby Show alum is shamed for working, but there is a happier ending than his selling Pudding Pops.
- Colin Kaepernick, known for not doing something, is the new face of the Just Do It ad campaign.
- In a surprise to very few Sarah found out millennials are working on post-humor unfunny comedy routines. It is okay to laugh at them.
- The Ruby Slippers missing for 13 years were found, THEN another discovery was made.
- The announcing team for the Detroit Tigers got the chair, and they both get suspended for the season as a result.
- The Bandit made his last run (RIP Burt)
TWITTER MOMENT OF THE WEEK
In all honesty I’d love to ask Kavanaugh how he did feel about this.