Samuel L. Jackson responds to the viral Kavanaugh-Pulp Fiction clip saying, it’s “funny as hell, but there’s nothing funny about his lying fratboy ass!”

The clip was viewed more than four million times (and counting) shows Brett Kavanaugh in a pretend conversation with Jules Winnfield, Jackson’s character in Pulp Fiction. The video, which was an epic edit of Kavanaugh’s opening remarks before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and his conversation with Winnfield.

Even Sen. Lindsay Graham, who has reduced himself to a Trump sycophant, went on an unhinged diatribe during the hearings, got slammed by Winnfield in the best way possible.

Kavanaugh melted down on live TV as he cried, shouted at Democratic senators, including a woman (Sen. Amy Klobuchar), lied and was belligerent. He fell apart while his accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was credible, coherent and respectful.

Kavanaugh reinforced the view that he is not fit to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court because he has serious credibility issues. He went full partisan when he peddled the conspiracy theory that he was being railroaded because it was revenge for the Democrats losing the 2016 presidential election and it was payback for the Clintons. That performance led the American Bar Association and the Dean of Yale Law School to call for an FBI investigation into the allegations.