Kavanaugh Was Able To Cry And Yell In Court But Serena Williams And Other Women Are ‘Too Emotional’

Kavanaugh Was Able To Cry And Yell In Court But Serena Williams And Other Women Are ‘Too Emotional’

Many discuss how white men continue to get away with sexual assault while Black men are killed for living their life.

Published September 28th

During the hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee we learned the following two things about Brett Kavanaugh: he likes beer and he's incredibly emotional.

In his opening statements, Kavanaugh cried for nearly all 45 minutes of his planned remarks. Was he crying about how difficult these allegations are to face and how hard it must be for Dr. Christine Ford to experience this public hearing? Not exactly.

He cried about his own family, his high school memories, his yearbook, his past athletic achievements, his teachers and coaches, and almost everything but the actual allegations. Then when it came time for questioning about allegations at hand, Kavanaugh became angry and defensive by yelling and talking over members of the committee (especially if they were women).

  1. Kavanaugh's emotional outburst did not go unnoticed
  2. However, what many people didn't see were attacks against his emotions similar to the attacks hurled at Serena Williams for her passionate U.S. Open Finals incident
  3. Also, many pointed out how Kavanaugh was allowed to be hysterical during his hearing while Hillary Clinton sat still and calm for the 11-hour Benghazi hearing
  4. What's more, white men from elite and privileged backgrounds always seem to get away with sexual assault while Black men keep getting killed for existing
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Written by Rachel Herron

(Photos from left: Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Images, Elsa/Getty Images)

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