Mike Huckabee Unloads on ‘Selfish Narcissist’ Flake for Vowing to Oppose Trump’s Judicial Picks.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) stood with Democrats on Wednesday, effectively stalling things on Capitol Hill. Flake voted against President Trump’s judicial nominee in an effort to stall the confirmation of Thomas Farr as a U.S. District Judge until legislation is voted on to protect Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.
Flake’s decision to side with democrats lead to Vice President Mike Pence having to step in to break the tie procedural vote.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee had some strong words for Jeff Flake over his decision to vote against President Trump’s pick.
Huckabee called Flake a “selfish narcissist,” and said that his hate for President Trump outweighs “his sense of duty.”
“Flake is a selfish narcissist who would stop one of the few things he actually could do for his country-confirm responsible judges. His hate of @realDonaldTrump exceeds his sense of duty. His proposal is unconstitutional anyway. Good riddance! Go hide in an elevator!”
Flake is a selfish narcissist who would stop one of the few things he actually could do for his country-confirm responsible judges. His hate of @realDonaldTrump exceeds his sense of duty. His proposal is unconstitutional anyway. Good riddance! Go hide in an elevator! https://t.co/tvnGrESClQ
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) November 29, 2018
Huckabee’s elevator comment is in reference to the Brett Kavanaugh hearings where Flake was held up inside of an elevator by sexual assault victims and protesters.
The women who held him up talked him into calling for a delay on confirming the Supreme Court nominee until the FBI could investigate the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh.
Women confront Sen. Jeff Flake after he says he’ll vote yes to Kavanuagh: “That’s what you’re telling all women in America, that they don’t matter. They should just keep it to themselves because if they have told the truth you’re just going to help that man to power anyway.” pic.twitter.com/T7fSpyT69E
— CNN (@CNN) September 28, 2018