Bill Maher Mocks Kavanaugh For Being A ‘Whiny Little B*tch’ Like Trump

Bill Maher Mocks Kavanaugh For Being A ‘Whiny Little B*tch’ Like Trump

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“Real Time” host Bill Maher had a field day with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s disastrous testimony this week, spending most of his monologue mocking him for being a “whiny little bitch” like President Donald Trump.

“Three Republicans found a little backbone this week,” Maher began in reference to Senate Republicans agreeing to an FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh after Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said that won’t vote to confirm without an FBI investigation first.

“It’s going to last one week, so put that on your f*cking calendar, Brett Kavanaugh,” he continued.

Maher then mocked Kavanaugh’s testimony.

“This was a very different Brett Kavanaugh,” he said. “He came out swinging. Like his penis at a college party.”

And then he mentioned the allegations made by second accuser Deborah Ramirez, who says Kavanaugh exposed himself by putting his penis in her face during a party.

“Imagine opening your eyes and seeing that d*ck, and then he pulls out his penis?” Maher quipped.

The comedian also mocked Kavanaugh’s temperament during his testimony, pointing out that “nothing says I’m not capable of violent assault like flying into an unhinged rage.”

Maher also had a good idea about why Kavanaugh behaved the way he did during the hearing.

“If that was a divorce hearing, she would have gotten the kids,” he said. “Why did Kavanaugh suddenly act that way? Because Trump told him to! Because Trump didn’t like that he was being meek, good Brett. He wanted someone in his image so he gave him whiney little b*tch lessons.”

Kavanaugh’s excuse that he can’t possibly be a a sexual predator because of his religious affiliation also did not impress the HBO host.

“This choirboy act,” he said. “You know what defense doesn’t work so well anymore? ‘I can’t be a sex criminal, I’m a Catholic.’”

“For one week,” Maher concluded, “you can look your kids in the eye and say ‘America is not a country that puts a predator on the Supreme Court. In the White House, sure, but not the Supreme Court.'”

Here’s the video via YouTube.

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