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Samuel L. Jackson Rips Into Kavanaugh on Twitter. Twitter Reminds Him Who His Buddies Are.



Samuel L. Jackson has joined the hoards of Hollywood leftists who somehow have a magical, famous person ability to tell that Kavanaugh is lying even though the prosecutor that questioned Christine Ford last week says she wouldn’t bring criminal charges against him.

I guess when you’re famous for cursing a lot in violent, R-rated movies, you know more than a seasoned sexual assault prosecutor, right?

This is at least what Jackson seemed to think when he retweeted a spoof video made which edited clips from one of his most famous scenes in Pulp Fiction with Kavanaugh’s testimony last week, adding “Funny as hell, but there’s nothing funny about his Lying Fratboy Ass!!!”

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Just to make doubly-clear that he’s already convicted Kavanaugh in the court of pompous leftist celebrity know-it-alls, Jackson doubled-down on the tweet, declaring later “Apologies to you Fratboys that aren’t liars & rapists, I cast that net a lil bit wide.”


Well, we wonder what Jackson thinks about men like Ben Affleck, Harvey Weinstein, and Kevin Spacey, all men who have also been accused of sexual assault, much, much more recently and reliably we might add, than Brett Kavanaugh, and all of whom Jackson has been seen rubbing elbows with.

This is what conservative commentator Jim Treacher pointed out in an epic tweet thread featuring Jackson posing for pictures with all of these men, and more:

I wonder how quick Jackson was to condemn all these men after their allegations broke? Or maybe, just maybe, he only believes Kavanaugh is guilty because, like so many Americans, he just wants to. 

H/T Conservative Tribune


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