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Woman Accused of “White Power” Symbol at Kavanaugh Hearing Hits Back With Epic Troll

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OK, folks, that’s it.

You can all go home.

This woman has absolutely won the internet for the week–possibly the year.

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Zina Bash, the lawyer working with Judge Kavanaugh who was absurdly accused of flashing the “white power” symbol–well, a fake “white power” symbol made up by 4Chan trolls, apparently–during the Kavanaugh hearings, has slyly hit her critics back in a hilarious and epic way.

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Bash, who is the Mexican and Jewish daughter of Holocaust survivors, originally received a very admirable defense from her husband, who took to Twitter to utterly shame the conspiracy theorists trying to tie his wife to white supremacy.

On Thursday, Bash hit back in a different way: with an epic troll that is sure to go down in the annals of internet history.

During the hearings, she looked right at the camera and flashed the “white power” symbol earnestly.

That, my friends, is how you own fools on the internet.

Of course, because these crazy people are fools on the internet…it sailed right past their heads and they actually thought it confirmed their original suspicions.

Sigh.

This is why we can’t have nice things.

 

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