On October 6, 2018, just a week after his “family and name” were “totally and permanently destroyed” by “a calculated and political hit” undertaken as “revenge on behalf of the Clintons,” the man formerly known as Judge Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 114th justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath of office while Judge Kavanaugh’s miraculously resurrected wife, Ashley, held the bible upon which her now nameless husband swore his oath, their risen daughters, Liza and Margaret, looking on with pride as their father ascended to his seat on the most powerful institution in American politics. Justice X had lost his name and family, but he had achieved his dream. His accomplishment was deemed so momentous that all involved in the original ceremony, save Chief Justice Roberts, who was replaced by his understudy retired Justice Kennedy, reprised their roles only two days later, reenacting the event at the White House before a partisan audience who the Unknown Justice thanked profusely for elevating him to the pantheon of American jurisprudence.
The Clintons’ revenge was complete. The Party of Personal Responsibility was no more.