Published: Mon, October 01, 2018
Medical | By Jackie Banks

Brett Kavanaugh can’t stop shouting ‘I like beer’ at his hearing today

Brett Kavanaugh can’t stop shouting ‘I like beer’ at his hearing today

In other words, it was not legal for him to drink in Maryland at any point during his high school years.

Shah insisted that Kavanaugh had said the legal drinking age was 18 because it "allowed friends to legally purchase beer, and for him to drink at high school parties", the AP reported.

A New Yorker report published Sunday detailed an allegation that Kavanaugh exposed himself to Deborah Ramirez, a Yale student, at a dorm-room party as onlookers watched during the 1983-84 school year. And the drinking age was 18. Senior year in high school, people were legal to drink.

Speaking briefly to reporters after an event for Native Americans at the Capitol in Sacramento, Brown called Thursday's hearing before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee a "step toward an increasingly polarized America". "Yes, we drank beer, boys and girls". Yes, we drank beer, I like beer, I still like beer, we drank beer. "I liked beer. I still like beer", he said.

In his testimony, Kavanaugh, who has denied all of Ford's accusations, stated correctly that the drinking age had been 18 in Maryland for "most" of his time in high school. In Judge's book, he writes about wild parties at Georgetown Prep, the school where he and Kavanaugh became friends.

"I liked beer. Still like beer". "What do you consider to be too many beers?" asked Rachel Mitchell, the prosecutor posing questions on behalf of the committee's Republican members. "One saw a flash in the exchange with Klobuchar the same sense of entitlement, cruelty and lack of simple decency that Christine Blasey Ford allegedly experienced way back when, the memory seared in her brain of two obnoxious teens laughing at her ordeal".

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, the Minnesota Democrat who serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, is known for taking a sober, detail-oriented approach in questioning those who appear before the committee.

Kavanaugh clashes with Democratic senator over yearbook entries
I see a liar who has the chance to prove his good faith innocence, and has conspicuously refused. "I don't know what they told Ms. The father of two daughters said one of his girls said they should "pray for the woman" accusing him.

Klobuchar: "So you're saying there's never been a case where you drank so much that you didn't remember what happened the night before, or part of what happened?" Kavanaugh's response beggared belief: "I don't know".

Klobuchar: "Could you answer the question, judge?" Klobuchar continued. "That's not happened, that's your answer?" "I don't know", Kavanaugh said.

Klobuchar responded: "I appreciate that".

"Nor do I", Kavanaugh concluded.

There was a grandfather clause in the Maryland law, but only for those who were 18, 19 or 20 on the day the increase went into effect, thereby not including Kavanaugh.

Klobuchar asked Kavanaugh about his drinking. And the drinking age was 18.

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