"Psycho" not "Spartacus"

September 7, 2018

Watching the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings, you might be forgiven if you thought you’d mistakenly channel-surfed over to TCM and were watching an old movie instead.

For instance, we had the spectacle of Democrat Cory Booker and his Cinerama-scale virtue-signaling, as he declared that he was willing to risk his career to expose confidential emails with the title “Racial Profiling” from Kavanaugh’s time as White House counsel that the Republicans were trying to suppress. His performance won applause from liberal media critics, who hailed his histrionics as a “Spartacus” moment, referring to the #1 movie of 1960, in which Kirk Douglas plays the leader of a slave revolt against Roman oppressors.

But it turned out to be more like the #2 movie of 1960, “Psycho,” after baffled Republicans revealed that they’d cleared those documents for release the night before on request of Booker’s office. They also didn’t show that Kavanaugh was defending racial profiling, but doing his job by arguing for race-neutral post-9/11 security measures to comply with the Constitution (Democrats who implied he was racist were literally judging a book by its cover.) Booker and all the other Democrats might as well have stood up one after the other and loudly proclaimed, “I...am...Specious!”

https://www.westernjournal.com/cory-bookers-confidential-email-stunt-exposed-sham-bush-records-official/



On the other hand, if you’d like to see a moment during the hearings that might remind you of the 1939 classic, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” about an honest man who’s slandered by corrupt Senators but inspires Americans with his refusal to back down from his faith in bedrock American principles, then check out this moment from day two of the hearings.

https://www.westernjournal.com/kavanaugh-asked-loyalty-immediately-whips-tattered-consitution/

I wonder, if they’d stopped and taken a poll right then and there, how many people in that chamber actually carry their own personal copies of the Constitution? For those who don’t – and I suspect there are many, and we could guess fairly accurately who they are – maybe we need to supply them with one. That’s one free government giveaway program I could get behind.

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  • SUSAN WHITCHER

    09/08/2018 12:08 PM

    I'm so sick of what's going on! With Mueller and the rest of them ruining people's lives while trying to ruin President Trump's! Why haven't Hillary and Obama been charged for the things they've done?? I'm embarrassed to say I'm a Democrat! Trump was the first Republican I ever voted for and I will do it again in 2020! He has done so much for this country already! I have a small business so I do hope my taxes will be lowered at tax time! I just don't know why more investigation isn't being done on Hillary and Obama. They are the criminals!

  • Max Fowler

    09/08/2018 11:47 AM

    Governor;
    Booker didn't fall on his own sword.....he got it stuck up his rear end!

  • cheryl crum

    09/07/2018 08:47 PM

    I really enjoyed the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings. I was amazed how Brett kept his composure throughout the whole turmoil. With the crazies continually coming into the room and yelling who know what and obviously they didn't take any time to actually listen to anything but were doing what they had been paid to do. Saw the photos of one of soros people handing out money in envelopes outside. And when some of the dems would ask such stupid questions as to who he talked to at a specific law firm. As if all lawyers keep track of all other lawyers and where they work. I kept imaging what was in Bretts head and my thoughts were 'Boy these people are crazy" or "Boy these people seem to lack intelligence and common sense" and a few more I couldn't write :)
    And all the time he knew the yes vote was already 51 to 49 and all he had to do was sit and answer the same questions over and over and waste their time with legal terminology and then repeat the same for the next question.
    Also loved when the Republicans would just sit and chat with him about his family, or his coaching to name just a few and keep some of their time to let Brett answer or clairfy what the dems would not let him do.
    Over all it showed the Republicans as really wonderful people and most of the dems to the extreme opposite.
    Brett is an exceptional nominee. I think better than the last two.
    Can't wait till I watch him being sworn in. That will be a great day for the United States of America.

  • Mark Raymond Hall

    09/07/2018 08:46 PM

    This article contains a picture of Cory Booker. That’s who the reference to Psycho is about. Interesting how when I go to share the article a picture of Melania is displayed. More Facebook social engineering. Outrageous!

    Facebook needs to be regulated. They obviously can’t play the role of honest broker.

  • William J. Flick

    09/07/2018 07:24 PM

    You mean to say we have something called a
    Constitution and a flag? WOW that is mind
    blowing who knew? I knew and so did you.
    Unfortunately there is a whole group who
    when they sit down crush their brains. No need
    to name them as you & I know who they are.

"Psycho" not "Spartacus"

September 7, 2018

Watching the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings, you might be forgiven if you thought you’d mistakenly channel-surfed over to TCM and were watching an old movie instead.

For instance, we had the spectacle of Democrat Cory Booker and his Cinerama-scale virtue-signaling, as he declared that he was willing to risk his career to expose confidential emails with the title “Racial Profiling” from Kavanaugh’s time as White House counsel that the Republicans were trying to suppress. His performance won applause from liberal media critics, who hailed his histrionics as a “Spartacus” moment, referring to the #1 movie of 1960, in which Kirk Douglas plays the leader of a slave revolt against Roman oppressors.

But it turned out to be more like the #2 movie of 1960, “Psycho,” after baffled Republicans revealed that they’d cleared those documents for release the night before on request of Booker’s office. They also didn’t show that Kavanaugh was defending racial profiling, but doing his job by arguing for race-neutral post-9/11 security measures to comply with the Constitution (Democrats who implied he was racist were literally judging a book by its cover.) Booker and all the other Democrats might as well have stood up one after the other and loudly proclaimed, “I...am...Specious!”

https://www.westernjournal.com/cory-bookers-confidential-email-stunt-exposed-sham-bush-records-official/



On the other hand, if you’d like to see a moment during the hearings that might remind you of the 1939 classic, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” about an honest man who’s slandered by corrupt Senators but inspires Americans with his refusal to back down from his faith in bedrock American principles, then check out this moment from day two of the hearings.

https://www.westernjournal.com/kavanaugh-asked-loyalty-immediately-whips-tattered-consitution/

I wonder, if they’d stopped and taken a poll right then and there, how many people in that chamber actually carry their own personal copies of the Constitution? For those who don’t – and I suspect there are many, and we could guess fairly accurately who they are – maybe we need to supply them with one. That’s one free government giveaway program I could get behind.

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  • SUSAN WHITCHER

    09/08/2018 12:08 PM

    I'm so sick of what's going on! With Mueller and the rest of them ruining people's lives while trying to ruin President Trump's! Why haven't Hillary and Obama been charged for the things they've done?? I'm embarrassed to say I'm a Democrat! Trump was the first Republican I ever voted for and I will do it again in 2020! He has done so much for this country already! I have a small business so I do hope my taxes will be lowered at tax time! I just don't know why more investigation isn't being done on Hillary and Obama. They are the criminals!

  • Max Fowler

    09/08/2018 11:47 AM

    Governor;
    Booker didn't fall on his own sword.....he got it stuck up his rear end!

  • cheryl crum

    09/07/2018 08:47 PM

    I really enjoyed the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings. I was amazed how Brett kept his composure throughout the whole turmoil. With the crazies continually coming into the room and yelling who know what and obviously they didn't take any time to actually listen to anything but were doing what they had been paid to do. Saw the photos of one of soros people handing out money in envelopes outside. And when some of the dems would ask such stupid questions as to who he talked to at a specific law firm. As if all lawyers keep track of all other lawyers and where they work. I kept imaging what was in Bretts head and my thoughts were 'Boy these people are crazy" or "Boy these people seem to lack intelligence and common sense" and a few more I couldn't write :)
    And all the time he knew the yes vote was already 51 to 49 and all he had to do was sit and answer the same questions over and over and waste their time with legal terminology and then repeat the same for the next question.
    Also loved when the Republicans would just sit and chat with him about his family, or his coaching to name just a few and keep some of their time to let Brett answer or clairfy what the dems would not let him do.
    Over all it showed the Republicans as really wonderful people and most of the dems to the extreme opposite.
    Brett is an exceptional nominee. I think better than the last two.
    Can't wait till I watch him being sworn in. That will be a great day for the United States of America.

  • Mark Raymond Hall

    09/07/2018 08:46 PM

    This article contains a picture of Cory Booker. That’s who the reference to Psycho is about. Interesting how when I go to share the article a picture of Melania is displayed. More Facebook social engineering. Outrageous!

    Facebook needs to be regulated. They obviously can’t play the role of honest broker.

  • William J. Flick

    09/07/2018 07:24 PM

    You mean to say we have something called a
    Constitution and a flag? WOW that is mind
    blowing who knew? I knew and so did you.
    Unfortunately there is a whole group who
    when they sit down crush their brains. No need
    to name them as you & I know who they are.

"Psycho" not "Spartacus"

September 7, 2018

Watching the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings, you might be forgiven if you thought you’d mistakenly channel-surfed over to TCM and were watching an old movie instead.

For instance, we had the spectacle of Democrat Cory Booker and his Cinerama-scale virtue-signaling, as he declared that he was willing to risk his career to expose confidential emails with the title “Racial Profiling” from Kavanaugh’s time as White House counsel that the Republicans were trying to suppress. His performance won applause from liberal media critics, who hailed his histrionics as a “Spartacus” moment, referring to the #1 movie of 1960, in which Kirk Douglas plays the leader of a slave revolt against Roman oppressors.

But it turned out to be more like the #2 movie of 1960, “Psycho,” after baffled Republicans revealed that they’d cleared those documents for release the night before on request of Booker’s office. They also didn’t show that Kavanaugh was defending racial profiling, but doing his job by arguing for race-neutral post-9/11 security measures to comply with the Constitution (Democrats who implied he was racist were literally judging a book by its cover.) Booker and all the other Democrats might as well have stood up one after the other and loudly proclaimed, “I...am...Specious!”

https://www.westernjournal.com/cory-bookers-confidential-email-stunt-exposed-sham-bush-records-official/



On the other hand, if you’d like to see a moment during the hearings that might remind you of the 1939 classic, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” about an honest man who’s slandered by corrupt Senators but inspires Americans with his refusal to back down from his faith in bedrock American principles, then check out this moment from day two of the hearings.

https://www.westernjournal.com/kavanaugh-asked-loyalty-immediately-whips-tattered-consitution/

I wonder, if they’d stopped and taken a poll right then and there, how many people in that chamber actually carry their own personal copies of the Constitution? For those who don’t – and I suspect there are many, and we could guess fairly accurately who they are – maybe we need to supply them with one. That’s one free government giveaway program I could get behind.

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  • SUSAN WHITCHER

    09/08/2018 12:08 PM

    I'm so sick of what's going on! With Mueller and the rest of them ruining people's lives while trying to ruin President Trump's! Why haven't Hillary and Obama been charged for the things they've done?? I'm embarrassed to say I'm a Democrat! Trump was the first Republican I ever voted for and I will do it again in 2020! He has done so much for this country already! I have a small business so I do hope my taxes will be lowered at tax time! I just don't know why more investigation isn't being done on Hillary and Obama. They are the criminals!

  • Max Fowler

    09/08/2018 11:47 AM

    Governor;
    Booker didn't fall on his own sword.....he got it stuck up his rear end!

  • cheryl crum

    09/07/2018 08:47 PM

    I really enjoyed the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings. I was amazed how Brett kept his composure throughout the whole turmoil. With the crazies continually coming into the room and yelling who know what and obviously they didn't take any time to actually listen to anything but were doing what they had been paid to do. Saw the photos of one of soros people handing out money in envelopes outside. And when some of the dems would ask such stupid questions as to who he talked to at a specific law firm. As if all lawyers keep track of all other lawyers and where they work. I kept imaging what was in Bretts head and my thoughts were 'Boy these people are crazy" or "Boy these people seem to lack intelligence and common sense" and a few more I couldn't write :)
    And all the time he knew the yes vote was already 51 to 49 and all he had to do was sit and answer the same questions over and over and waste their time with legal terminology and then repeat the same for the next question.
    Also loved when the Republicans would just sit and chat with him about his family, or his coaching to name just a few and keep some of their time to let Brett answer or clairfy what the dems would not let him do.
    Over all it showed the Republicans as really wonderful people and most of the dems to the extreme opposite.
    Brett is an exceptional nominee. I think better than the last two.
    Can't wait till I watch him being sworn in. That will be a great day for the United States of America.

  • Mark Raymond Hall

    09/07/2018 08:46 PM

    This article contains a picture of Cory Booker. That’s who the reference to Psycho is about. Interesting how when I go to share the article a picture of Melania is displayed. More Facebook social engineering. Outrageous!

    Facebook needs to be regulated. They obviously can’t play the role of honest broker.

  • William J. Flick

    09/07/2018 07:24 PM

    You mean to say we have something called a
    Constitution and a flag? WOW that is mind
    blowing who knew? I knew and so did you.
    Unfortunately there is a whole group who
    when they sit down crush their brains. No need
    to name them as you & I know who they are.