Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is in the midst of hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Republicans are focusing on Kavanaugh's 12-year career as an appellate court judge, while Democrats are expected to grill Kavanaugh on hot-button issues that could swing the court's majority rightward.
The hearings began with a demonstration of political theater. Democrats called for a delay of the hearing and protestors disrupting the proceedings.
Adam White of the Hoover Institution joined Armstrong & Getty to pull the discussion back towards the substance of the hearings--Kavanaugh's work and how he'll influence the court.