Gutfeld Levels Media For Blatant Hypocrisy Surrounding Matt Damon’s SNL Portrayal Of Kavanaugh


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You might have missed it but over the weekend ‘Saturday Night Live’ went after Brett Kavanaugh and Matt Damon was the guy who played the Supreme Court nominee.

Here’s the clip. Warning: It’s painfully unfunny.

A few things wrong with that.

First of all, does Damon think we forgot about him palling around with Weinstein all those years?

Second of all, where’s the media calling out this hypocrisy.

Greg Gutfeld was all over it and he played an old video that exposes Damon as a hypocrite on another level as well.

Check out Gutfeld at the 3:18 mark.

He’s absolutely correct. The media has no leg to stand on here.

Dana Perino had some good points as well.

The left should be embarrassed by their performance over the last few weeks. It’s been just disgusting and the media has been right there the whole way.

Hopefully, this thing will be wrapped up in the next few days.

From Fox News:

All eyes are on the FBI as it works to complete its probe of the allegations leveled against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is making clear he’s prepared to hold votes on Kavanaugh’s nomination in the coming days.

“The Senate will vote on Judge Kavanaugh here on this floor this week,” McConnell said Tuesday on the Senate floor.

It’s not clear when McConnell will “file cloture” or move to end debate on the Kavanaugh nomination, but it appears possible the Senate could hold a final vote on the nominee sometime this weekend — unless the FBI corroborates the allegations.

The state of play on the nomination process: The Senate already is technically considering the Kavanaugh nomination, though there’s been no formal floor debate yet.

H/T The Daily Caller

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