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UFC fighter Nik Lentz defeated his opponent with a kick on the undercard of the Conor McGregor-Khabib Nurmagomedov bout in Las Vegas.

While being interviewed after the fight, Lentz uttered a few words that are sure to make quite a few people unhappy.

“My homie Brett Kavanaugh! Special K!”

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A shout out for a Supreme Court justice?

Not something you’ll see every day.

Here’s the fight:

A former dean of Yale Law School, where Kavanaugh studied as both an undergraduate and graduate, called his confirmation to the high court an “American tragedy.”

Former Yale Law School Dean Robert Post slammed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for stoking “the fires of partisan rage and male entitlement” in an op-ed in Politico Magazine

“For as long as Kavanaugh sits on the court, he will remain a symbol of partisan anger, a haunting reminder that behind the smiling face of judicial benevolence lies the force of an urgent will to power. No one who felt the force of that anger could possibly believe that Kavanaugh might actually be a detached and impartial judge,” Post wrote

“Kavanaugh will inevitably become the focus of distrust and mobilization. His very presence will undermine the court’s claim to legitimacy; it will damage the nation’s commitment to the rule of law. It will be an American tragedy,” he added.

Continued:

Kavanaugh’s confirmation process was rocked when three women went public with allegations of sexual misconduct against him while he was in high school and college.

Kavanaugh vehemently denied the allegations before the Senate Judiciary Committee, calling the accusations planned “smears” that were part of Democrats’ “revenge on behalf of the Clintons.”

H/T: Right Scoop

 

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