Message from irix in The Right Server #shitpost

2018-10-01 03:40:27 UTC  

It's ruined people's lives before, left them without a career, and I think Kavanaugh is aware of what strings were being pulled for the same to happen with him.

2018-10-01 03:41:26 UTC  

If he was competent he would have relaxed after the first hour of her clear bullshit

2018-10-01 03:41:46 UTC  

He would have know that there was no way this was going to work

2018-10-01 03:42:17 UTC  

A relaxed attitude would indicate carelessness and premeditated responses.

2018-10-01 03:42:20 UTC  

Majority republican and there is no way one of them would go for this bs

2018-10-01 03:42:52 UTC  

Either way, there'd be critique to his testimony. I believe that an overly calm attitude would end up worse for Kavanaugh, if he had behaved in that manner

2018-10-01 03:42:59 UTC  

His wording was 100% premeditated

2018-10-01 03:43:10 UTC  

How so?

2018-10-01 03:43:37 UTC  

If his wording were premeditated, there would be none of the anxiety you've described.

2018-10-01 03:44:34 UTC  

Take this to some other chat you fucking nerds

2018-10-01 03:44:36 UTC  

pee pee drink

2018-10-01 03:44:49 UTC  

He constantly stopped himself to think about his narrative and continued with his story (again I think he is 100% innocent) but he switched from trying to say what came to mind to his script

2018-10-01 03:45:19 UTC  

That's probably due to that he had spoken over the topic before.

2018-10-01 03:45:25 UTC  

Especially the drinking habits and whatnot.

2018-10-01 03:45:51 UTC  

Stumbling or accidentally saying the wrong thing would imply a fabricated version of events. The press would eat it up.

2018-10-01 03:46:50 UTC  

do remember he was going on for almost an entire hour, there was a lot for him to cover

2018-10-01 03:47:15 UTC  

And the senators were purposely trying to twist his words.

2018-10-01 03:47:35 UTC  

Numerous times I heard questions which were purposefully complicated and difficult to answer, directly.

2018-10-01 03:47:45 UTC  

That's why I'm saying his rehearsal was showing which makes it seem scripted and dishonest it's not he stumbled on his story, he simply showed he was saying what he practiced his story, making it look dishonest in the normie eye

2018-10-01 03:48:05 UTC  


2018-10-01 03:48:15 UTC  

That's true - it does seem like he was practiced for the testimony.

2018-10-01 03:48:42 UTC  

But that's just how defense works in law, and most people wouldn't know that.

2018-10-01 03:49:00 UTC  

i wouldn't want to go in there without rehearsing some of it first

2018-10-01 03:49:01 UTC  


2018-10-01 03:49:32 UTC  

A lot of the questions, might I add, were just re-worded from previous confirmation hearings.

2018-10-01 03:49:41 UTC  

yo yo niggas

2018-10-01 03:50:02 UTC

2018-10-01 03:50:20 UTC  

Duh of course you want to rehearse but he was clearly feeling the pressure. If I was being tried in the supreme court I wouldn't want a judge that's sweating bc it's a hard case

2018-10-01 03:51:03 UTC  

@Xenoframe night at the museum, classic <:GWragTbhfam:390321741525942272>

2018-10-01 03:51:26 UTC  

Judges are given access to the content of these cases, though - that is not true with Kavanaugh's hearing. I don't believe he had enough time to completely evaluate everything that was being asked.

2018-10-01 03:51:41 UTC  

But his answers were clear-cut under those circumstances.

2018-10-01 03:53:32 UTC  

True, I agree with what you are saying, maybe they played it like that in hopes that he would stumble. I guess I haven't take into account the little time he had to prepare for all of this.

2018-10-01 03:55:01 UTC  

I think your point is somewhat valid -- in that his reactions did have some flaws.

2018-10-01 03:55:44 UTC  

If it were not for the batshit crazy 'victim' testifying against him, those points would matter more in perspective.

2018-10-01 03:57:44 UTC  

Yeah, he was lucky that bc he had such little time to prepare, so did they. And their "offense" was a weak attempt riding on the hope that #ibelieveher

2018-10-01 03:58:27 UTC  

Kavanaugh probably used that woman's insanity to his advantage in his testimony, as well.

2018-10-01 03:58:59 UTC  

Proverbs 21:19

2018-10-01 03:59:00 UTC  

**Proverbs 21:19 - New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)**


<19> It is better to live in a desert land than with a contentious and fretful wife. ```

2018-10-01 03:59:30 UTC  

Random bible quote boi

2018-10-01 03:59:41 UTC  

the desert land isnt that bad tbh

2018-10-01 03:59:46 UTC  

no natural disasters out here