“If we want to talk about flatulence at age 16 on a yearbook page, I’m game.” – Judge Brett Kavanaugh
Is it just me, or does the junior senator from the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations speak with more than just a bit of a lisp?
Anyhow, one thing I’m absolutely sure of is this – Sen Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) has his mind firmly in the gutter.
Case in point: As the senator grilled Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s comments made in the judge’s nearly 40-decates-old high school yearbook, Whitehouse asked for the definitions of the slang terms and inside jokes that were published in the aforementioned book of memories.
As during yesterday’s back-and-forth between Kavanaugh and Whitehouse, as reported by ABC-TV Chicago;
Though some had speculated that the phrase “devil’s triangle” referred to a sexual act, Kavanaugh claimed it was a drinking game involving three glasses arranged in a triangle.
The phrase “FFFFFFFourth of July,” also speculated to refer to sexual acts based on a tweet by attorney Michael Avenatti, was an inside joke over the way a classmate pronounced an expletive, Kavanaugh said.
“Judge — have you boofed yet?” referred to passing gas, and “Beach Week Ralph Club” was a reference to vomiting, Kavanaugh said.
Kavanaugh also apologized to a high school acquaintance whose name was in a yearbook entry written by him and others with the word “alumnius” after, presumably a misspelling of “alumnus”.
Kavanaugh called Renate Schroeder Dolphin “a good female friend” whom people in his social circle “would admire and went to dances with.” He said the yearbook reference “was clumsily intended to show affection and that she was one of us.”
He said the media has falsely interpreted the term “alumnus” as being related to sex. He said it was not, adding that he and Dolphin “never had any sexual interaction at all.”
But less than 24-hours later, despite Kavanaugh’s testimony under penalty of perjury, Whitehouse spun-up out of whole cloth, total fabrications based on nothing but the senator’s filthy little mind.
.@SenWhitehouse: “I don’t believe ‘boof’ is flatulence, I don’t believe a ‘devil’s triangle’ is a drinking game, and I don’t believe calling yourself a girl’s ‘alumnus’ is being her friend.” pic.twitter.com/R6Xk80dY3Y
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 28, 2018