Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has resumed his girls’ basketball coaching duties, and the Washington Post is on it:

Ann E. Marimow writes:

The Supreme Court’s newest justice was back in action over the Thanksgiving holiday leading his younger daughter’s team to the championship game of a tournament in the Washington suburbs.

In one of the more contentious moments of his bruising confirmation battle, Kavanaugh lamented that sexual assault allegations against him might mean he would have to give up coaching.

“I love coaching more than anything I’ve ever done in my whole life,” Kavanaugh said during the Senate hearing in which he angrily denied Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that he assaulted her when they were teenagers in the 1980s.

Can’t resist taking another swipe at Kavanaugh for acting as any man falsely accused of sexual assault would act. But that’s not even the most obnoxious bit. That honor goes to this:

It’s not subtle, that’s for damn sure.

Nice that after everything Brett Kavanaugh has been through, the Washington Post is still suggesting he’s a public safety threat. But Democracy Dies in Darkness or something.



Oh, never mind, you guys. It was just an accident:

You’re damn right they meant to do it.



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