Matt Damon Mocks Kavanaugh on SNL, But Look What He Said About “False Allegations” 1 Year Ago

Far-left actor Matt Damon mocked Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh during an appearance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. But what he said about false allegations a year ago shows that he is a total hypocrite.

As noted by The Daily Caller, Damon made an appearance on the premiere of SNL, and disgustingly portrayed Kavanaugh has being an angry drunk.

Here was their mocking skit of our next Supreme Court Justice:

Democrats have claimed that Kavanaugh aggressively defending himself against allegations that he gang raped and sexually assaulted woman while being drunk in high school was an indicator that he should not be confirmed to the Supreme Court.

But less than a year ago, Damon told ABC’s “Popcorn” host Peter Travers that he would go “scorched earth” and defend himself against false allegations.

In Dec. 2017, Damon was asked about the #MeToo movement, and the impacts of some men being falsely accused of sexual misconduct. Damon responded with the same demeanor as Kavanaugh, and said he would fight back against false allegations with everything he had.

“If you make the same claim to me today, it would be scorched-earth. I don’t care if it would cost me $10 million in court for 10 years, you are not taking my name from me, you are not taking my name and reputation from me, I’ve worked too hard for it, I’ve earned it, you can’t just blow me up like that.”

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So, Damon portrayed Kavanaugh during the SNL skit as being angry and belligerent for furiously defending himself against baseless claims. Yet, Damon is on camera saying he would go “scorched earth” and fight it out in “court for 10 years” to clear his name against false allegations.

Damon is also the same guy who furiously defended Harvey Weinstein after the movie producer was accused by dozens of women of rape and sexual assault.

Kavanaugh has been accused by Christine Blasey Ford of sexually assaulting her roughly 36 years ago while at a high school party. Kavanaugh has strongly denied the allegations, and many of the witnesses Ford claims were there have told the Senate they never witnessed Kavanaugh doing anything that Ford alleges.

During his hearing last Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Kavanaugh blasted Democrats for being a “national disgrace” and using unfounded, decades-old allegations to portray him as a sexual predator.

Ford alleges Kavanaugh pinned her down and attempted to grope her during a party almost 40 years ago. Ford has absolutely no evidence or witnesses to corroborate her claims. It’s nothing more than a he-said, she-said.

Ford also has no memory of who invited her to the party, how she heard about it, how she got to the alleged party, what house the assault allegedly took place at, where that house is located, or how she got from the party back to her home.

On top of her shoddy allegations, Democrats have called Kavanaugh “evil,” said his confirmation would “kill people,” and falsely accused him of being a sexual predator. That’s why Kavanaugh ruthlessly defended his name and his family’s honor during the hearing.

He might have found it humorous to mock Kavanaugh during his nasty SNL skit, but Damon previously said he would have acted exactly the same as Kavanaugh if he had been falsely accused of misconduct.