A video of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing is going viral after a Twitter user asked who the woman sitting behind Kavanaugh was and why she made “the white power sign” with her hand.

The woman has been identified as Zina Bash, a senior counsel to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and member of Kavanaugh’s confirmation team.

Bash, named one of the most beautiful people in D.C., also worked for the Trump administration as a “Special Assistant to the President for regulatory reform, legal and immigration policy.”

Unhinged liberals turned Bash into an online sensation over her alleged “white power” hand symbol and overall demeanor throughout the hearing.

The “OK” sign’s fictional ties to white supremacy originated on the imageboard 4chan, where users intended to troll liberals into thinking it’s racist — and it worked!

Even the PC police at the Anti-Defamation League admit the sign is not a symbol of white power and that the hoax was created by 4chan.

Those who came to Bash’s defense noted her Mexican/Jewish heritage as well as the fact her grandparents narrowly escaped a Nazi death camp.

Bash’s husband, U.S. attorney John Bash, stood up for his wife, saying, “The attacks today on my wife are repulsive. Everyone tweeting this vicious conspiracy theory should be ashamed of themselves.”

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