Watch Samuel L. Jackson Interrogate Brett Kavanaugh In Viral ‘Pulp Fiction’ Video Mashup

Source: YouTube

If only the Pulp Fiction character were actually there.

A viral video of Brett Kavanaugh getting questioned by Samuel L. Jackson‘s Jules Winnfield has now been seen by Jackson himself.

READ: Fox News Contributor Fired After Calling Christine Blasey Ford A “Lying Skank” During Kavanaugh Testimony

Following Kavanaugh’s testimony, Josh and Benny Safdie (directors of Good Time and Heaven Knows What) created a mashup video of the memorable Pulp Fiction scene where Jules interrogates Brett. However, the fictional Brett has been replaced by Supreme Court nominee Brett, with the video offering an exchange that viewers wish actually took place.

“You’re Brett, right?” Jules asks as the video beings. “Correct,” Kavanaugh responds. “I got into Yale Law School.”

“Check out the big brain on Brett!” Jules says. “You a smart motherfucker, that’s right.”

From there, the video then makes fun of Kavanaugh’s love of beer, with the following dialogue happening:

“Looks like me and Vincent caught you boys at breakfast, sorry about that. Whatcha having?”

“Beer. I still like beer.”

“You mind if I have some of your tasty beverage to wash this down?”

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham also incites the anger of Jules in the video too.

The video has been well-received online and has even been praised by Jackson.

“Funny as hell, but there’s nothing funny about his Lying Fratboy Ass!!!,” the actor tweeted in regards to the mashup.

In related news, a Fox News contributor was fired recently after posting a series of offensive tweets directed at Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor accusing Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were both teens.

Ford has alleged that she was assaulted at a house party by Kavanaugh when she was 15-years-old. Ford was questioned by Rachel Mitchell, a veteran sex crimes prosecutor from Arizona. However, Kavanaugh was questioned by Republican and Democratic seantors alike during the hearing, denying the allegations against him, as well as sidestepped suggestions that the FBI should investigate.

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