'Tedious Spectacle': Ingraham Slams Dems for 'Coordinated Campaign of Stunts' at Kavanaugh Hearing
Laura Ingraham said Democratic lawmakers' behavior during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearing was more than a "tedious spectacle," it was an example of how the left is destroying civility and sowing chaos.
A number of Democratic senators -- including Cory Booker (N.J.), Kamala Harris (Calif.) and Richard Blumenthal (Conn.) -- interrupted Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley's (R-Iowa) opening statement at Tuesday's confirmation hearing, demanding access to thousands of documents relating to Kavanaugh's work with past administrations.
The hearing was also repeatedly disrupted by protesters who oppose Kavanaugh's nomination.
"These were not random events," Ingraham said in her "Angle" commentary. "They were part of a coordinated campaign of stunts directed and staged beforehand by the Democrats."
She said this "clunky choreography" was intended to fluster Republicans and, more importantly, mobilize the Democrats' left-wing base ahead of November's midterm elections.
"This is all the Democrats have. They're now basically just the party of wacky protests, silly sideshows and goofy stunts," Ingraham said.
She argued that Democrats lack a cogent argument and they can't campaign against a thriving economy under President Trump, so they all they are left with is "feigned outrage."
"If this is how the Democrats conduct themselves at what should be a sober hearing for one of the most important posts in the land, imagine how they'll govern should they gain a majority in November."
Watch Ingraham's "Angle" commentary above.