Judge Brett Kavanaugh has the 50 votes needed to secure his confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court after a brutal character assassination campaign.
All it took was Democrats’ treatment of Brett Kavanaugh over the last few weeks to turn me into that elusive creature: a minority, immigrant woman who supports Republicans.
If Kavanaugh is innocent of sexual assault, then those who eagerly condemned him are guilty of slander, bias, and poor judgment. Thus, they have to believe that Kavanaugh is a monster
Those trying to beat every relationship Brett Kavanaugh has ever had to death have sure come up with a lot of ways to suddenly and absurdly polarize everything he’s ever done.
The threshold for credibility has dropped to the point where a woman’s word is enough to cast doubt on a man’s life’s work.
The author of the letter says he mistook Julie Swetnick for a prostitute, learned she has a ‘penchant’ for group sex and that her dad said she has mental issues.
The Senate’s decision carries two outcomes: keep an innocent man from his rightful place on the Supreme Court, or place a man guilty of sexual assault on the highest court in the land.
Fundamentally, Democrats are fighting to make sure that voters in a nation of 325 million people can’t decide their own abortion laws. That is reprehensible.
I shake with fury when I think about how, in the Democrats’ dishonest and despicable rhetoric, a man of the highest integrity is already an all-but-proven rapist.
The media are working overtime not just to prevent the eminently qualified Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed to the Supreme Court, but to destroy his life as well.
Evidence and logic are not what we heard about in most of the reactions to the Kavanaugh hearings. What we heard is how the testimony made people feel.
Leftists are reopening the door to a dark and dangerous time in history by giving credence to accusations based on race or political ideology.
Does an unprovable and uncorroborated allegation that Kavanaugh did a terrible thing as a teenager disqualify him from sitting on the Supreme Court?
Somebody has to pay the price for an accuser withholding the allegations from the regular hearing process. Why should it be the man who did nothing but participate in good faith?
Anita Hill’s accusations against Clarence Thomas during his Supreme Court confirmation in many ways parallel those against Brett Kavanaugh.
Senate Republicans have taken unprecedented measures to encourage those who have made accusations against Brett Kavanaugh to share their evidence.
There’s no greater sin than condemning an innocent man without evidence. There’s no greater cowardice than caving in to mob pressure.
Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys have constantly complained about the agreed-upon process, making it look more and more likely that Kavanaugh’s accuser will be a no-show.
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