Saturday Night Live brought in actor Matt Damon to portray Brett Kavanaugh for the cold open of last night’s season premiere:

That would be the same Matt Damon who defended Hollywood sickos Louis C.K. and Casey Affleck, who he said should be “forgiven” and “trusted”:

It was actually a big deal at the time. Did SNL forget that?

Damon said back then that if the guy being accused of assault was a friend of his, then he’d “know the real story. So, believe the woman unless the accused is a buddy because why would a buddy hide that from Damon?

MD: It depends on what the accusation is. It depends what’s going on. If it’s a friend of mine, I’m always talking to them. I know the real story if it’s my friend. If it’s a colleague … I don’t know … I guess it depends on the situation and the allegation and how believable I think it is.

And let’s not forget that Damon admitted that he knew that Harvey Weinstein was a monster and said nothing:

Quote: “I knew I wouldn’t want him married to anyone close to me.”

Money was more important to Damon than speaking up for women?

Damon was not the right choice for this:

What’s worse is that #MeToo champion Alyssa Milano made her cameo from the SNL bit her Twitter background just because it included a cardboard cutout of herself:

These people are complete and total hypocrites.