In a showcase of galling disdain for the rule of law that would make Bill “Slick Willy” Clinton proud, the anti-Kavanaugh left is trying to overthrow the Constitution and rule of law in favor of a system where allegations count as fact and no proof positive is required. The means to an end justification is grossly evident in the treatment of SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh whose innocence Senator Cory “Spartacus” Booker (D-NJ) has said doesn’t matter, just as Christine Ford’s “justice” didn’t matter. Ford’s accusations were held in the pocket of Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) until politically expedient, an insult to actual victims of sexual assault regardless of whether or not Blasey Ford is among them.
Here’s more from PJ Media…
One week ago, I said that I believed Christine Blasey Ford believes what she’s saying. Her testimony wasn’t proof of her claims — and she was unable to say where or when it happened, or name any witnesses to back her up, or provide any substantiation whatsoever — but I thought she sounded like she sincerely believed it happened. After the events of this past week, I’m not even sure of that much. Her story hasn’t held up under scrutiny, and the inconsistencies are too glaring to ignore. That is, if you care about the truth. Which leaves out the Democratic Party.
Hey, remember when they all waved away the solid evidence of a prominent Democrat’s shoddy treatment of women? It was a long, long time ago, but I’ve been thinking about it in the new light of recent developments.
I wasn’t really paying attention to politics during the Clinton years, but you couldn’t escape the Lewinsky fiasco. It was everywhere. It may not have been the first time a U.S. president ever cheated on his wife under their own roof, but it was the first time it was proven beyond a shadow of a doubt.