Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court hit a roadblock when Christine Blasey Ford came forward accusing him of sexually assaulting her when the two were in high school. Since then, Kavanaugh and the GOP have tried all kinds of excuses and explanations to discredit Blasey’s story.
In what is otherwise a very serious situation, Stephen Colbert had some fun with a parody of Kavanaugh’s high school yearbook on Thursday’s “The Late Show.”
Kavanaugh’s fictional classmates had some very future-oriented messages. “Brett, we’ll always be B-F-C-W’s,” one wrote. “Best Future Character Witnesses.”
Check out the full comedy clip above.
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