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Confirmed: Elizabeth Warren and other Kavanaugh haters are humorless

Confirmed: Elizabeth Warren and other Kavanaugh haters are humorless

Brett Kavanaugh made a joke in 2015, a takeoff on the “What stays in Vegas” format, but Warren and others pretend not to get the joke

MSNBC and others won’t stop with the #StopKavanaugh stupid.

The Las Vegas tourist commercials are something of a cultural marker: “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”:

I have little doubt I’ve told a joke at some time using the “what stays” format.

MSNBC dug up a clip of Brett Kavanaugh at a speech in 2015  in which he made a joke that anyone but the most dishonest and/or humorless people would understand to be an attempt at humor.

Politico reported:

“But fortunately, we had a good saying that we’ve held firm to to this day … which is: What happens at Georgetown Prep, stays at Georgetown Prep,” Kavanaugh said, according to a video of the speech. “I think that’s been a good thing for all of us.”

Kavanaugh gave no other context for the joke, but it gained attention anyway after it first surfaced on MSNBC because the judge has recently been accused of misconduct while he was a high school student.

They got him, they got him, it’s tantamount to an admission of guilt!

The worst take was from Elizabeth Warren:

Is she humorless?

Or does she know it’s a joke, but not care so she can score a political point?


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Kavanaugh is humorless. That joke was tired in 2015. Warren is just oblivious.

Love watching lizzard (pronounced Liz Zard) running away when someone asks her for some dna.

If she had an honest sense of humor she wouldn’t be a Democrat. High cheekbones? Really

    oldgoat36 in reply to Frank G. | September 19, 2018 at 5:02 am

    Even though she looks Scandinavian who are known to have “high cheek bones”, of course hers are from some fictional native American source so she could benefit career wise far more than she could have otherwise.

Well, the justices do just that. When they take their deciding votes on a case, their Conference room contains the justices and only the justices. And what’s said in that room stays in that room. Later, when the various draft opinions (majority, concurring, dissenting) are written and distributed among themselves, the individual thinking of each judge obviously comes out, but only through these writings. What’s said in that room must, by tradition, stay in that room. Anyway, that’s what we’re told happens.

Flake has flipped. It’s over.

If the accuser doesn’t show, he’s moving the confirnation forward.

Unfortunately, Warren *is* the joke. And not a funny one at that.

Oh FFS McConnell grow a pair and hold the vote. Quash this fucking bullshit before it gets completely out of hand.

I think each (R) senator needs to get a copy of Codependent No More. As P.J. O’Rourke put it, step 1: get over it, step 2: stay over it. The time for Tough Love for the Dems is now.

I don’t think that “humorless” is the most accurate characterization, here. “Intellectually dishonest,” “sanctimonious” and “transparently desperate” would be more apt. And, now that I think about it, I think that “sociopath zealotry in service of a totalitarian ethos” would be apt, as well. Because, the behavior being shown by the Dumb-o-crats is a form of sociopathy, where advancing the Party agenda, at all costs, matters more than truth, ethics and fair play; matters more than destroying a person’s life.

That the vile Warren would take an utterly innocuous remark, made as an obvious attempt at injecting levity into a lecture, and, laughably present it as some sort of alleged “evidence” of Kavanaugh’s ill character and/or guilt in these ridiculous allegations, says more about Warren than it does about Kavanaugh, and, nothing laudable. But, we already knew that this grandstanding twit was utterly loathsome in every respect.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to guyjones. | September 19, 2018 at 6:32 am

    Were the context different, she’d be just another Gossiping Gertie spreading nasty rumors to the other housewives on the block. “Did you hear what happened with Flo’s husband at that resort they went to? I heard through a friend of mine; she was told by one of her friends that he was seen entering the pool area around the same time as some floozy…”

Fauxcahontas. She doesnt laugh at that clever joke either.

Shrieking Crow has red eyes.

What impresses me most about Elizabeth Warren is that she sounds so much like Benito Mussolini, an Italian progressive in the first half of the 20th century.

Save the USA. Repeal the 19th amendment. The Founders were 100% right denying emotion-laden illogical irrational females voting privileges. 1920 started the USA downfall.

    Close The Fed in reply to Obbop. | September 19, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    58-year old female lawyer veteran here. Agree on the female vote, but disagree on 1920 being the year America started downhill. The federal reserve in 1913 has killed the value of our money, made saving a fool’s errand, made recessions turn into depressions, and I could go on and on.

    Also, the income tax amendment, the 16th I believe occurred around 1916.

Marxism has no room for jokes,smiles or a kindness.

We live in the age of “That’s not funny.” Humor (lame or otherwise) will be punished. Anything you say may be used against you.

Joe McCarthy is beginning to look like an amateur. Or perhaps he just lived in an age when no one worried that one might be punished for “inappropriate laughter.”