Ann Coulter: Booker and Harris 'competing for Most Hysterical Woman' at Kavanaugh hearing

Ann Coulter: Booker and Harris 'competing for Most Hysterical Woman' at Kavanaugh hearing
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Conservative commentator Ann Coulter on Thursday mocked Democratic Sens. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerRNC spokeswoman: Who is more unhinged - Hirono, Avenatti, or Spartacus? Ex-White House official revises statement to Mueller after Flynn guilty plea: report CNN editor: Booker's 'groping incident' 'different' from Kavanaugh allegation MORE (N.J.) and Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisCelebrities, lawmakers wear black to support Kavanaugh’s accuser Dems fight to protect Mueller amid Rosenstein rumors Kamala Harris calls for Senate to protect Mueller probe as Rosenstein faces potential dismissal MORE (Calif.), accusing them of "competing for Most Hysterical Woman" at confirmation hearings for President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: Dems playing destructive 'con game' with Kavanaugh Several Yale Law classmates who backed Kavanaugh call for misconduct investigation Freedom Caucus calls on Rosenstein to testify or resign MORE's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

"Cory Booker & Kamala Harris competing for Most Hysterical Woman at the Kavanaugh hearings" Coulter wrote in a tweet that was retweeted more than 11,000 times and liked more than 33,000 times as of Thursday afternoon.

Harris and Booker, both considered 2020 Democratic presidential contenders in what will likely be a crowded field, said during Judicial Committee hearings that Kavanaugh would serve as a rubber stamp in advancing President Trump's agenda, providing the high court with a definitive 5-4 conservative tilt. 


The two senators also argued that Kavanaugh could serve as a protector of Trump should he find himself in legal trouble from special counsel Mueller's Russia investigation.

“It seems so clear that, in your courts, the same folks seem to win over and over again: the powerful, the privileged, big corporations, special interests," said Booker on Wednesday. On Thursday, he released emails from Kavanaugh’s time in the White House marked “committee confidential" in a move he acknowledged was against Senate rules.

Harris also grilled Kavanaugh, asking him repeatedly if he ever had a conversation with anyone about the Mueller investigation.

"The fact that it's ongoing, it's a topic in the news every day, I talk to fellow judges about it. It's the courthouse in the District of Columbia. So, I guess, the answer to that is yes," Kavanaugh replied. 

Republicans currently hold a 50-49 advantage in the Senate. Kavanaugh only needs 50 votes to be confirmed, and no GOP members to this point have indicated they will oppose his nomination.