Orrin Hatch Is an Absolute Savage When Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Try to Harass Him in Elevator

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Regardless of what happens ultimately in the vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh for SCOTUS, the effort to derail him by Democrats has done two positive things. It’s united Republicans who were previously sometimes split and has enraged them right in time for the midterms. And it’s also brought forth Republican heroes, among them, a brand new fire-breathing Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) who’s a wonderful sight to see. And the ever-calm and logical Sen. Orrin Hatch and his team, flooding social media with the truth about the nominee, trying to defeat the smears. And on Thursday as activists tried to corner 84-year-old Hatch at an elevator, they didn’t know what they were in for.

As multiple female activists cornered him near an elevator with his security team, one of the women became enraged when he dared to wave his hand at them.

She screamed, “Don’t you wave your hand at me. I wave my hand at you.”

Hatch responded, “Why don’t you grow up?”

That triggered a meltdown, with all them screaming at him at once. “How dare you talk to women that way!” “You f**king old piece of sh*t.” “Why don’t you grow up!!!”

He then smiles and waves at them from the back of the elevator.

The security guy tells them they have to let the elevator door go or they are going to be arrested and they do.

And as they do so, the look on the woman’s face just says it all and is priceless.

In that face is all the nasty they have thrown at this process and how disturbed they are that so far, it seems to have failed.

And people were loving it and loving Orrin Hatch.

But yes, security needs to stop these folks from marking down the elevators. If they’re loitering, they should be moved along to prevent dangerous situations.


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