Related: Brett Kavanaugh forced to skip dessert, flee out the backdoor of steakhouse to avoid protestersChasten tweeted the story, saying, “Sounds like he just wanted some privacy to make his own dining decisions.” This was a shot at Kavanaugh’s role in voting to revoke the Roe vs.

Wade ruling on abortion, thus removing the right of many women to make their own reproductive health decisions.Emanuel highlighted Chasten’s words and asked Pete if he thought the tweet was “appropriate.”Watch below what happened.

Buttigieg gave an eloquent, unflustered, level-headed response as to why it was appropriate, why people are upset with the Supreme Court, and why peaceful protest is a right of every citizen.If you’re going to go on Fox, this is how you do— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) July 10, 2022Emanuel tries several times to get a word in edgeways, but Buttigieg continues with his answer.“Look, when public officials go into public life, we should expect two things,” he says. “One, you should always be free from violence, harassment, and intimidation.