Parkland Victim’s Dad Claims Kavanaugh Wouldn’t Shake Hands, But That’s Not What Happened

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter was killed in the tragic Parkland shooting, claims that he tried to shake Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s hand at the Senate confirmation hearing and he got blown off. But that’s not what happened at all. (See videos below.)

The DNC set all this up, and they probably paid for it too. They’re going to get someone seriously hurt or killed with their juvenile temper tantrum antics… or is that what they are hoping for? Sound off in the comments below and let us know.

WZ:

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How does a random guy who says he wants to “play a role in ensuring” Kavanaugh doesn’t become a Supreme Court Justice get that close to him? You can see that Kavanaugh is noticeably startled and concerned as the guy approaches him from behind. That’s a scary lack of security. And check Rod Rosenstein in the scene, smiling.

Daily Wire:

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was killed in the tragic Parkland shooting, claimed on Tuesday that he tried to shake Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s hand at the Senate confirmation hearing and that Kavanaugh blew him off.

That is not what happened.

Guttenberg tweeted on Monday: “I will be at Kavanaugh hearings and I hope to play a role in ensuring that this man does not become the next Supreme Court Justice.”

The confirmation hearing was rowdy as dozens of activists were arrested for screaming and yelling in their attempts to disrupt and delay Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. More

Another Democrat just lied? Wow, that’s hard to believe because that never ever happens. This whole thing has turned into a circus of the insane. With the Democrats as the ringmaster.

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