This past Thursday, both President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, as well as the woman accusing him of sexual assault, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the allegations.
Most found Blasey Ford to be credible and sympathetic while finding Kavanaugh, well, less so. His performance was widely panned and viewed as erratic and angry as he attempted to style himself as the victim.
Then, on Friday, a mashup video of Samuel L. Jackson as his Pulp Fiction character Jules Winnfield questioning Kavanaugh surfaced and quickly went viral.
Watch the video here.
The classic film is often hailed as Quentin Tarantino's finest.
In it, Samuel L. Jackson's Jules Winnfield is a hitman who is after a gangster named Brett. The mashup capitalizes on the fictional character sharing a name with the Supreme Court nominee to hilarious effect.
People were amused.
But then, Samuel L. Jackson himself responded.
It was a good reminder that, jokes aside, the Supreme Court hangs in the balance.
People felt that perhaps Winnfield should get in on this Supreme court process in some way.
Many praised how well put together the mashup was.
Jackson did offer up a quick apology for any fraternity brothers who thought he meant all fratboys are liars.
Perhaps he started a political movement.
After all, it appears truly anyone can be President now.
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