As Twitchy reported, Attorney General Merrick Garland was before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday, and he came under fire from GOP senators including Sen. Ted Cruz, who asked about his son-in-law’s financial interest in critical race theory in schools, and Sen. Tom Cotton, who ended his remarks by saying, “Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign in disgrace, judge.”

A lot of the questioning also had to do with Garland’s federal school board task force, which he’s not going to disband despite the National School Boards Association apologizing for sending its letter suggesting parents might be domestic terrorists.

If you want to know what’s happening on Fox News at any moment, just scan the Twitter feeds of CNN’s Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter. Senior media reporter Darcy was keeping an eye on Fox News all morning as it televised the hearing. He even retweeted a Fox News clip posted by The Daily Beast’s Justin Baragona, who seems to have aspirations to take Aaron Rupar’s place clipping things out of context.

Just as CNN has downplayed news of Garland’s testimony.

That’s funny — a quick search of CNN’s website shows they haven’t covered Loudon County since August, and that was about a drive-in movie theater in Loudon County, Tennessee.

Someone would have to be watching it to tell us.