That Viral Seal Video Is A Metaphor For Kavanagh’s Nomination

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Published on September 28, 2018

Stephen explains how the viral video of a seal throwing an octopus at a kayaker was actually the perfect metaphor for Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.

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20 comments

  • Justin Bailey 2 years ago

    Stephen 4 Supreme Court!

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    “I go to sleep, I don’t black out…”

    Not ‘blacked out’ like.. y’know… the women he lined up to assault.

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  • AIRLINENA 2 years ago

    The most awesome YouTube channel in the world right here! 🙂

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  • Akhilesh Jichkar 2 years ago

    How pissed off is the Seal tbh?

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    That was personal.. that seal had a grudge.

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  • The P 2 years ago

    Hey hey be nice now to mueller
    HES ON OUR SIDE

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  • Gilgamesh 2 years ago

    Can we put that Kayaker on the Supreme Court instead? Or the seal? Or maybe the octopus?

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  • Shanna S 2 years ago

    I’m guessing something happened last Christmas at Paul’s place

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  • Patrick McDuff 2 years ago

    Ford was calm and collected the whole time and Kavanaugh was angry and temper tantrumous basically the whole time and other crap or whatever

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    I thought the octopus was Brett… he was all arms, after all.

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  • roof pizza 2 years ago

    Knowing America, Gosar will still be voted in.

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  • Matthew Snider 2 years ago

    Between Kavanaugh’s vile and quite defensive anger during the hearing, Graham’s cringe-worthy and off-the-deep-end sycophancy, and the furious talking heads on Fox today (including a lengthy op-ed by disgraced and thoroughly repulsive former Speaker of the House, Congressional ethics violator, and extramarital philanderer Newt Gingrich), it’s evident just how narrow and partisan the vast majority of Republicans’ tunnel-vision has truly become. The GOP is now strictly the party of the Old Boys Club and pro-Trump sycophants, period.

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  • Kim Jong Fun 2 years ago

    “Those people are not my siblings, I don’t know who they are, they must be crisis actors paid by Soros and the Deep State.” – Paul Gosar

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    Every family has one jerk, I guess… My Dad was right!

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  • Inspodreams 2 years ago

    BREATHALYSER Brett puts the PUB in Republican. He had his doubts about persuing a law career as he hates to pass a BAR. He thought he could just HOP onto the Supreme Court but the FBI has BARLEY started their probe. He has one more SHOT at the Supreme Court, the suspense is unBEERable. #ilikebeers

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  • Daniel and co 2 years ago

    If a woman cried in Supreme Court while a hearing, she would be called “unstable” or something. While Kavanaugh cried today, conservatives will be sympathic towards hims????

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  • Kynk 2 years ago

    “A congressman only a mother could love.” Such a deep burn.

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  • George Mauricio 2 years ago

    Make America great again IMPEACH DONALD J TRUMP

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  • Greg Gammago 2 years ago

    Hah. Of course Kavanaugh won the vote. Dems need to realize that Christians are known paedophiles. After 19+ women accused Trump of sexual assault, his approval ratings went up with every woman that came forward. Christians will do anything to put their beloved sex offenders in positions of power.

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  • No Dogma Mama 2 years ago

    When talking about “gang rapes” Its not like the girls are being tied down & gagged. It’s obvious Lindsey Graham who i doubt was invited to parties much less interacted with girls is clueless as to how the frat boy party environment works. We all know a friend who partied with a bunch of sleazeballs who took advantage of her. These parties are loud, smokey & in houses with lots of rooms. Girls pass out and the boys go in. Other girls at the party may know what’s going on but don’t know whether its consensual or not, these girls are drunk too and aren’t up to stop anything. Lets also remember this was not the era where women were reclaiming their feminism nor marching in the streets to denounce rape culture-date rape wasn’t even in our vocabulary. I remember being a teenager at a neighbor’s house for a party and hearing sex sounds in one of the rooms. I saw 3 of my guy friends go in that room. I asked what the hell was going on and they just said she’s a slut who wanted all 3 of them. I thought “wow what a slut” and moved on. That was incredibly stupid and disgusting of me to do. I had no idea whether she was too drunk or not. We let a lot of that disgusting behavior slide for many years because of the idea that if that happened to a girl she had it coming. Of course until it happens to us or a family member we assume the worst about others. The fact is, getting girls drunk and drugged was common in the 80s & 90s. As mothers today we are hyper focused with our own daughters because of those experiences. Its been rather disgusting watching & listening to assholes like Lindsey Graham trying to dismiss these behaviors as fantasy. Women my age know damn well how believable the accusations are.

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