I watched parts of Kavanaugh's testimony, and was sorry I did.
Not only did he ramble around into irrelevancies and repeat himself incessantly when avoiding answering questions, he did the same things when he was answering the question, even if the question was a simple one to which we already knew the answer, like "Did you drink alcohol in high school?" (And notice how he danced around acknowledging that it was illegal for 16-year-olds to do.) Never mind the charges, he should be dismissed from consideration for inability to communicate alone.
Also, someone that angry - and that nakedly partisan - should not be a judge of any description. Just no.
And if this were a criminal trial and he the defendant, that amount of anger on display over the charges and the way it was disrupting his life would have any trial judge throwing him in the can.
You want to know what it was like without having to watch or listen to it? Alexandra Petri has caught it.