The woman sitting behind Brett Kavanaugh is his former clerk Zina Bash & she didn't flash a white power sign

The woman sitting behind soon to be SCOTUS Brett Kavanaugh is his former clerk Zina Bash.

And the deranged Democrats, facing another loss to Donald J. Trump, claim she flashed a white power sign.

Popular Twitter personalities and accounts such as Amy Siskind, Eugene Gu (the wannabe lifesaver who lost his medical residency) and the Palmer Report tweeted that Bash had flashed a “white-power” symbol, drawing a flurry of engagement on the social media platform. By the evening, Bash’s name was trending on the service.

Her husband, John F. Bash, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas, tweets, "Zina is Mexican on her mother’s side and Jewish on her father’s side. She was born in Mexico. Her grandparents were Holocaust survivors. We of course have nothing to do with hate groups, which aim to terrorize and demean other people — never have and never would."

The Washington Post, of all joints, adds, "The controversy over Bash’s hand placement started on Twitter in the midst of the hearing. A few liberal-leaning accounts with large followings who do not work for traditional news media outlets had noticed that Bash had been making an “okay” sign with her hand as it rested on her arm as she sat behind Kavanaugh at the hearing. The symbol — yes, that everyday hand sign with thumb and forefinger arranged in a circle and three fingers splayed upward — is not considered a hate symbol by organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League, but it has been the subject of a campaign by Internet hoaxsters and trolls to be converted to that use to inflame the sensibilities of well-meaning people online."

Recall that when you go to vote for any sociopath with a (D) near their names. And go, right now right here, and sign to flood Congress with a CONFIRM JUDGE KAVANAUGH to the SCOTUS petition.

*Update - Dopey Siskind quietly deleted her tweet.

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