Why was Facebook's Joel Kaplan sitting right behind Brett Kavanaugh during bizarre Senate hearings?

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/10/04/facebook-kavanaugh.html

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for @Papasan #deletefuckingfacebook

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Maybe he was Tugboat, or Scrotal Crease, or Ass Gerbil or . . .

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#DELETEFACEFUCKINGBOOK

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PS. FB don’t give two shits about any persons rights, especially Women’s / Minorities / Poor / LBGTQ, etc.

FACT!

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HDepcde

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For a guy who doesn’t know what “boofing” is, he sure repeated the phrase “busted my ass” a whole lot.
(debated whether to put the w on the hole…)

Imagine screaming all that partisan, hysterical garbage, crying and snuffling like a child, pounding the table and basically evading every real question… and still getting the job.

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Oh noes! A fellow sat with his friend at the confirmation hearings! Run him out of town on a rail!

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So if your boss went to a Klan rally…

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He’s the lobbying face of one of the most powerful companies on the planet. Where he chooses to sit for something like this will be news. Kavanaugh apparently has plenty of friends. Maybe offer up the seat to one of them.

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Why was Zina Bash allowed to sit behind Brett throwing the white power gang sign?
zinabash

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Wait, again? :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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Are people actually surprised that greed-driven assholes reside at the helm of giant corporations?

That’s basically the Left’s Pizzagate.

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Call it that when gunmen start charging into places.

(The whole OK-sign-is-a-white-supremacist-shtick really seems to me like it’s people getting trolled. Though I’d urge the trolls to pay heed to Vonnegut’s wisdom about who we pretend to be…)

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the dirty jokes one could make here are really just too obvious

Darn, I thought they were signalling their availability. No wonder I got rebuffed.

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Who did he have to punch out/bribe to get that seat in the first place?

We support people’s right to do what they want in their personal time

Personal time? It was the middle of the afternoon on a weekday.

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