Written by b kenneth mcgee

Monday, 8 October 2018

All major TV and cable news channels looked on today as the following took place...and a nation watched!

It was a stunned eight Justices that watched today as a very late new Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, arrived at his first meeting! All cameras were on the court as a incredulous nation observed the following:

When Kavanaugh arrived to take the empty seat, he was followed by an assistant with a keg of beer! With a large mug of beer in his hand, Kavanaugh turned to the judges and shouted..."I LIKE BEER and I say...yes to this dress!" He lifted his black robe showing he was wearing only a thong!

Chief Justice Roberts, in a desperate effort to regain his composure began the meeting with a halting, but polite welcome to the new Justice. He was followed by the other justices, who mumbled a greeting to their new member. Roberts then abruptly ended the meeting as the other seven members gathered up their papers to leave. As they started to leave, Kavanaugh walked over to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and according to witnesses groped and whispered loudly..."When you're famous, you can do anything." To her credit, Ginsburg said nothing. A few close-at-hand observers thought they heard her say..."A little lower, please!"

As Kavanaugh left the meeting, thousands of protesters shouted..."Brett K...Brett K...how many teenage girls did you grope today?"

And an entire nation looked on as Kavanaugh turned to the crowd, lifted his robes and mooned them! He shouted..."I LIKE BEER! I LIKE BEER!"

In related news, an anonymous source has told the AP that Time Magazine plans to feature Kavanaugh's "moon" as the Time Magazine person of the year.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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