Julia Louis-Dreyfus used the spotlight she had at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. on Sunday to lambast Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The Veep star was there to receive the Mark Twain Prize for lifetime achievement in comedy.
The Holton-Arms School gradate spoke about her fellow alum, Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
Referring to her high school drama performance "Serendipity," she said: "I can remember every single aspect of that play that night, so much so that I would testify under oath about it. But I can’t remember who drove me there or who drove me home."
Celebrities including Tina Fey and Jerry Seinfeld honored her. Fey also used the stage to jab President Donald Trump.
"By the way, everyone talks about all the parallels between Veep and the current administration," Fey said. "But I think it’s more like Seinfeld: just a bunch of selfish d***s who don’t give a crap about anyone other than themselves."
The Mark Twain prize event will air on PBS November 19th.