More Chaos as Sen. Blumenthal Interrupts His Colleague Feinstein During Kavanaugh Hearings

‘I’d like to have you give Senator Feinstein the courtesy of listening to her opening statement’

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GRASSLEY: “Senator Feinstein.”
WHITEHOUSE: “For the record, that’s a rate of 7,000 pages an hour, that’s superhuman.”
LEAHY: “They’re amazing. They're amazing.”
FEINSTEIN: “Mr. Chairman? If I may — I’ve been through nine Supreme Court hearings.”
GRASSLEY: “Is this your opening statement?”
FEINSTEIN: “It’s part of it.”
GRASSLEY: “Why don’t you make your opening statement?”
FEINSTEIN: “Shall I?”
GRASSLEY: “Would you, please?”
BLUMENTHAL: “Mr. Chairman, I ask for an opportunity to respond to my colleague from Texas because he has directly challenged us."
GRASSLEY: “You’re out of order.”
BLUMENTHAL: "Well, Mr. Chairman —
GRASSLEY: “Senator Feinstein—"
BLUMENTHAL: "I ask in the process of regular order an opportunity to respond to what I believe was a personal attack.”
GRASSLEY: “I’d like to have you give Senator Feinstein the courtesy of listening to her opening statement.”

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