Employees at the Department of Housing and Urban Development apparently were really interested in the Kavenaugh Senate hearing on Thursday.

They are so interested that HUD’s business operations were being affected by employees' streaming the hearing live through the department’s internet connection, according to a HUD memo forwarded on Twitter by Washsingtonian Senior Writer Andrew Beaujon.

That’s a lot of streaming:

What do you think? Should federal employees be allowed to stream live video at work?

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