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Democrat Senator Hirono Claims Kavanaugh Isn't Credible Because of Anti-Abortion Views
Leftists are running out of excuses to use against Brett Kavanaugh. With all the new developments, their narrative is being crushed. Like a couch cushion under Michael Moore's lumpy ass. As such, their talking points are becoming more duncetastic by the hour. Just ask Senator Mazie Hirono from Hawaii.
Mazie thinks Brett looks guilty on account of his views against baby-killing. I kid you not:
Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono tied Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s credibility as a witness to his stance on women’s reproductive issues during a segment Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Jake Tapper.
Ignoring the other three witnesses who have denied the party occurred, Hirono focussed on Kavanaugh. She blamed his “ideological agenda,” saying that to her he was not credible because she viewed his denial in the context of the way he handles cases.
“This is a person that will be sitting on our Supreme Court, making decisions that will impact women’s reproductive choice,” she said. “He very much is against women’s reproductive choice.”
So, word to the wise. Being against infanticide puts you at risk of being found guilty of rapery. The next time you think about defending the rights of the unborn, be sure you're willing to spend the rest of your life on the sex-offender list first.
"That Kavanaugh, he thinks murder should be illegal. That's exactly what a low-down, dirty raper would say. I think for the safety of
the abortion industry women's health and every haver of a vagina in America, we have to keep him far far away from a gavel."
Judging from this mind-numbingly duncetastic remark, it would appear the Democrats are getting desperate. Their plan to force Brett and the Republicans into submission with the allegations isn't panning out like they'd hoped. Which is why we're now seeing arguments that wouldn't pass muster in a high school debate club.
At least those "arguments" are a good source of chuckles.