Newsweek reports: “Maher laid the blame of the fire and brimstone display during the hearing squarely on President Donald Trump.
“Why did Kavanaugh suddenly act that way,” he said in a windup. “Because Trump told him to Because Trump didn’t like that he was being meek and good bread. He likes bad bread. He wants someone in his image.
“So he gave him whiny little bitch lessons. And that’s what we saw.”
Maher claimed the country was feted to a “very different Brett Kavanaugh” who he compared to coming out of the gate in his opening statement as “angry” as well as “volatile, bitter — belligerent.”
And Maher mocked him for it.
“Because nothing says ‘I’m not capable of violent assault!’ by flying into an unhinged rage.””
Of course Kavanaugh was peeved that he was smeared by Democrats in a last-ditch attempt to derail his nomination. Democrats had Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony for months and yet they didn’t bring it forward. They kept it hidden until the last possible moment, hoping that the hearings would last beyond the midterms, or that Kavanaugh would withdraw from the process. It didn’t work, and now they want to say that Kavanaugh is “too mean” to be on the Supreme Court, and that his daughter didn’t offer up a prayer for her dad’s accuser.
Some people raise their children right. Those who adhere to the Christian faith do actually teach their children to pray for those who oppress them or falsely accuse them. I was raised in that kind of family and I remember being taught that, not only by my parents, but at church, also.
Apparently, Maher didn’t get the memo, if you raise your kids right, they won’t stray far from your teachings when they’re older. I’d say Kavanaugh raised his daughter right.