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This Creative Mash-Up Clip Of 'Pulp Fiction' And The Kavanaugh Hearing Once Again Proves The Internet Is Undefeated

Thank you, internet.

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If the internet is good at anything, it's turning lemons into lemonade. 

A perfect video mashup of Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony and a clip from Pulp Fiction created by Elara Pictures is making the rounds online. The clip features Jules Winnfield, portrayed by Samuel Jackson, shutting down Kavanaugh’s white whine with his booming voice.




“Sometimes I had too many beers, but I did not drink beer to the point of blacking out and I never sexually assaulted anyone.”

As if on cue, Jackson shouts, “Yes you did! YES. YOU. DID. BRETT.”

Jackson's surety is supported by members of Kavanaugh's class, who have accused him of lying under oath, The Cut reports.

Classmate Lynne Brookes told CNN, "There is no doubt in my mind that while at Yale, [Kavanaugh] was a big partier, often drank to excess, and there had to be a number of nights where he does not remember. In fact, I would witness to the night that he got tapped into that fraternity, and he was stumbling drunk in a ridiculous costume saying really dumb things. I can almost guarantee that there’s no way that he remembers that night."

The clip targets Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) who took the time to tell Democrats they ought to be ashamed of themselves for trying to "destroy this guy’s life."

Jackson takes in Graham's comments, and responds, "I don’t remember asking you a godd**n thing."


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