The testimony of Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford is poised to be one of the most important moments in U.S. history. As such, we've put together a list of video streams where you can find the hearing online (including a video stream embedded below) - so that politically-minded viewers can tune-in to the hearing, regardless of where they are (at work, etc).
In an era where practically everything is political and divisive (even superhero movies), it's no surprise the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was going to be a lightning rod for controversy. However, few would have imagined that Kavanaugh's extensive judicial record would take second-stage in the conversations and hearings surrounding the judge's nomination - until former High School acquaintance Christine Blasey Ford put forward allegations of assault by the nominee. In the week since that time, Democrats and Republicans have attempted to navigate an incredibly complicated situation - which has become a minefield ahead of already contentious 2018 midterm elections.
The coming days will be full of tense debate on cable news - where talking heads will attempt to explain what viewers should believe and think - but if you're looking to watch Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh testify in there own words for this historic moment, you can watch live coverage of the event below from PBS NewsHour:
The hearing will be held at the Dirksen Senate Office Building - and begin around 10 a.m. eastern time. Blasey Ford is expected to testify first, followed by Kavanaugh.
Should the above link not work for you, a number of other outlets are providing live coverage:
No doubt, readers will tell the editorial team here at Screen Rant to stay in our lane, stick with our superheroes, and not report on news like this (especially when it comes to politics) - but in these intensely politicalized times, we believe it's more important than ever to connect readers with primary source information wherever that info may be available, whatever readers might believe, and whatever conclusions they might draw.
Upon conclusion of the testimony, this article will be updated with a linked video of the hearing.