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Sen. Leahy Tries Catching Gorsuch in 'Gotcha' Question. Gorsuch Wrecks His Face...
Sen. Leahy has been asking judges questions, it looks like since Jesus was a boy. Maybe longer. Word to the senator: moisturize. Bro-tip, son. Anyway, every hearing you can expect the same leftist hackery from Leahy. It's all the Vermont Senator knows. That and how to accurately age a tree. Since he invented the method. But Leahy gotta do his thang, so it's no surprise he tried baiting Judge Gorsuch...
.@tedcruz asks #Gorsuch to answer "the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything" (from "The Hitchhike… https://t.co/qKps2sfCRc— PBS NewsHour (@PBS NewsHour) 1490125518.0
Ok, that wasn't the clip. We played a little "gotcha" of our own, something delightful before we have Gorsuch drop Leahy. We already did a Cruz post today, and we couldn't let the day go without posting the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy clip somewhere. #Goals
No, here's where Neil Gorsuch wrecks Sen. Leahy's face. It's okay if you want to enjoy with an adult beverage. Methinks you'll be raising it in toast here. Bad screen capture aside, this is the shizzle.
.@SenatorLeahy asks Judge #Gorsuch about President Trump's Muslim Ban. #GorsuchHearing https://t.co/kuLUoCFPgx— CSPAN (@CSPAN) 1490112395.0
Leahy tried the same gotcha question four different ways, even ancient Gaelic, but Gorsuch wouldn't take the bait. Word to your mom, senator. In this case, mother Earth. Or Methuselah. But though Gorsuch be a young snapper whipper, dude's got game.
I honestly don't know why I feel like typing gangsta today. Someone stop me.
Leahy tried lighting the judge up with a gotcha, Gorsuch came along and popped a truth cap in Leahy's @ss.
Seriously, someone has to stop me.
But Leahy should know, there is a grand tradition I support: you can’t ask a judge who is nominated for – a potential judge who is nominated for a judgeship – about a specific case that might come before them. This kind of situation often parades itself around as "fairness" and "equality under the law." All things the Democrats claim to love, but show no respect for when the skids hit the pavement.
That last one wasn't gangsta at all, was it? Dang. I was trying to up my street cred with my street squad.
BTW, guess which sentence in the previous paragraph belonged to Chuck Schumer. Guess.