September 19, 2018
If this is what the left pulls against a sweet nerd like Brett Kavanaugh, I can't wait for the hearings to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg!
Observers of the passing scene were not surprised that the same lunatics screaming that Kavanaugh is going to impose "The Handmaid's Tale" on America also announced that he had committed attempted rape and murder in high school.
His accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, remembered this in a therapy session 30-plus years after the alleged incident -- coincidentally, at the exact moment Kavanaugh was all over the news as Mitt Romney's likely Supreme Court nominee.
She doesn't remember the time or place of the assault, told no one for 30 years and has no evidence or corroboration. Maybe the party was at Haven Monahan's house. (He was the instigator of the fraternity gang rape reported in Rolling Stone, which never happened and -- luckily for Monahan! -- who doesn't exist. Otherwise, he was in BIG trouble.)
But the psychology professor at Palo Alto University -- who recently signed a letter denouncing President Trump's border policies (thank you, Attorney General Sessions!) -- says a teenaged Kavanaugh threw her on a bed at a party and began groping her, trying to take off her clothes.
Here's the kicker: "I thought he might inadvertently kill me."
We went pretty quickly from drunken teenaged groping to manslaughter.
This is always my favorite part of any feminist claim: The leap from "he used a bad word" to "HE ADMITTED COMMITTING SEXUAL ASSAULT!" (That's what the media lyingly said about Trump's remarks on the "Access Hollywood" tape, as detailed in Chapter Two of my new book, Resistance Is Futile!: How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind.) Read More »