Brett Kavanaugh Gives Interview, Says He's Not Going Anywhere
Yes, unfortunately we're still in the midst of the Kavanaugh saga. By now, I think most of us would rather self-lobotomize with a rusty screwdriver than have to direct our attention to this mounting pile of bullsh*t. All throughout the proceedings, we've heard every leftist crackpot theory on the matter. Though, we've not heard a whole lot from Kavanaugh himself. Until now.
Brett just gave an interview to Fox News, and he ain't backing down anytime soon.
"I'm not going to let false accusations drive us out of this process." —Brett Kavanaugh Watch @MarthaMacCallum's f… https://t.co/I33gY2b8sH— Fox News (@Fox News) 1537822167.0
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, in a tearful interview on Monday, said he is "not going anywhere" as two allegations of sexual misconduct roil his path to the high court.
Kavanaugh added he will not be driven "out of this process" in a Fox News Channel clip released on Monday.
"I’m not going to let false accusations drive us out of this process," he said, sitting beside his wife as she nods.
"We’re looking for a fair process where I can be heard, defending my integrity, my lifelong record … of promoting dignity and equality for women, starting with the women who knew me when I was 14 years old."
"I'm not going anywhere," he added with emotion.
Sure, there's still a chance Kavanaugh could be guilty. In which case, we'd happily supply the cross and nails for his crucifixion. Though, judging from all the bullhickey surfacing in this clusterfu*ky media circus, that doesn't seem likely.
This whole thing appears to be a cheap trick from the left to keep the Supreme Court from having another judge who's read the Constitution. As opposed to using it for rectal hygiene when the Charmin runs out. I mean, god forbid we have someone in the court who has the audacity to be against baby-killing.
Through it all, one thing's for certain. Brett is ready to face the allegations head-on. Unlike the opposition, who seem to be pulling every lame excuse from their hiney-holes to stall the proceedings. Power to Brett for sticking to his guns.
While we're on the subject: