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Sheldon Whitehouse, the incumbent Rhode Island Democrat Senator, has been mocked nationally for his bizarre and intense interrogation of Brett Kavanaugh over high school yearbook entries Whitehouse suggested were sexual references.
Kavanaugh pushed back, explaining that the term “boofing” meant flatulence, “ralphing” was vomiting, and “Devil’s Triangle” was a drinking game. Whitehouse refused to accept Kavanaugh’s testimony, even though high school classmates backed up Kavanaugh.
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Former Rhode Island Supreme Court Justice Robert Flanders, the Republican challenger, has hit Whitehouse in a TV ad that also is going viral on social media.
The issue came up during a televised debate tonight on WPRI 12 in Rhode Island.
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Flanders accused Whitehouse of “political flatulence” in his obsession with the yearbook, and of character assassination against Kavanaugh:
Whitehouse stood his ground, claiming that the yearbook entry questioning helped “give a window into the credibility of the candidate for the court.”
Here’s the key exchange:
Flanders: … unfortunately, my opponent took the other approach, his approach was one of political flatulence. He wanted to do everything he could to derail this man and to do character assassination. I think he owes an apology to Judge Kavanaugh and his family, and in fact even to...
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The beatings will continue until moral improves.