They are trying to destroy his life, of course it's going to be hard to remain calm and collected under those circumstances, i can't believe that you take that as him being guilty. This thing is a fucking farce and people have a right to be angry
If he is guilty, having your life destroyed comes with the territory. But let's not pass off assumptions as if they are fact. Try "I think" or "it seems". Not "it is" a farce.
If everyone approached this conversation the way you do, I'd say that Brett Kavanaugh is a rapist who deserves to be locked up. And that wouldn't make for a productive discussion.
As for taking his outburst as him being guilty, that's not what I said. Opposing an FBI investigation is what makes him look incredibly guilty. Not taking a polygraph test when Dr Ford took one and passed, is another indication that he is afraid of being investigated. Same thing for his friend Mark Judge, who was named as another person in the room, denied remembering the event, but refuses to testify under oath (when it's a crime to lie).
His outburst, in a situation where he's supposed to try to look credible (no doubt he's saying and doing a lot worse in private) when he is accused of committing a violent crime because he can't restrain himself, isn't a good look for his case, nor for him being suited for this job.
And let's not forget another story that came up while this was originally investigated. Former classmates of Kavanaugh's started talking about an incident where they heard he put his penis on a girls face against her will. Investigators contacted her, and not only does she say that yes, it happened. But other people at the school say they heard this being talked about right after it allegedly happened.
Then there's a third accuser. Julie Swetnick. She's being represented by Michael Avanati, and released a sworn statement through him. Which is interesting because his former case turned into a criminal conviction against Michael Cohen, and Donld Trump became an unintended co-conspirator in a federal crime. Since his track record has been perfect so far against criminals in Trump's administration, he probably wouldn't represent this woman unless she was credible.
A couple of other classmates of his have also came out and said that he lied about how he behaved at parties during the hearing.
And during the hearing, he replied to "have you ever blacked out?" with "have you?" And after saying that he "some times may have drank too much", he was asked "how much is too much?", He replied "Whatever the... blood alcohol chart says" As if he brought one of those charts with him to parties.
Looks like he accidentally almost admitted to drinking so much he passed out or blacked out, and gave a BS reply to cover it up.
His friend Mark Judge, who was supposedly in the room when he tried to rape Ford, described someone named "Bart O'Kavanaugh" in his book as someone who puked in a car and passed out on his way back from a party after drinking too much. I don't imagine Kavanaugh wants Mark Judge to speak to FBI investigators, when it's a crime to lie, punishable by years in prison.
Meanwhile Brett Kavanaugh appears to have lied under oath in 2004 and 2006, and there's currently a criminal investigation into this matter by D.C.courts. He opposed an FBI investigation every time he was asked. (He deferred to the committee's decision, which was to oppose an FBI investigation) Has not taken a polygraph test even though his accuser did.
A Supreme Court Justice that seemingly lied under oath and opposes an investigation into allegations about his crime certainly doesn't sound like the best pick for the job they could have found.