Sheldon Whitehouse hardest hit
Kavanaugh was interrogated by Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats over notes written in his high school yearbook. Among those notes was a reference to ‘Devil’s Triangle’, which Kavanaugh claimed was a drinking game.
Sen. Sheldon White house spent his five minutes of time questioning Brett Kavanaugh about farts and brought up the ‘Devil’s Triangle.’ The questioning sparked an entire Boof Truther movement and many a discussion about whether the Devil’s Triangle is actually a drinking game or something far more nefarious.
Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee released letters written by Kavanaugh’s classmates detailing the truth behind Devil’s Triangle. And you would know, it IS a drinking game. Or at least it was for them 36+ years ago.
Letters sent to and released by Senate Judiciary Committee insist “Devil’s Triangle” is a drinking game pic.twitter.com/FApKrLvojo
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) October 4, 2018
Shot: Bernard McCarthy’s early 80’s Georgetown Prep yearbook post claiming credit for inventing the “Devil’s Triangle.”
Chaser: Bernard McCarthy’s new letter to the Judiciary Committee explaining that the “Devil’s Triangle” was…a drinking game. pic.twitter.com/GIwewEXczI
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 4, 2018
Me, right now, basically:
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