White House: Brett Kavanaugh Accuser Should Be Heard
A Brett Kavanaugh accuser has come forward to claim the judge attempted to sexually assault her in high school. The accuser actually came forward in July with a letter to Diane Feinstein. Which the Senator sat on, other than maybe forwarding it to the FBI. A letter that conveniently leaked right after the hearing ended. The accuser didn't want to come forward, until Sunday. Also, she took a lie detector test, for an accusation for which she never planned on coming forward. Everyone on the left seems to be using the exact words "credible accusation." Though I'm sure all of this isn't being coordinated by a Democrat PR firm.
There were reports over the weekend Trump was going to make things worse by going after the accuser. THANKFULLY that is no longer the case.
.@KellyannePolls says Christine Blasey Ford's assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh "has to be weighed against… https://t.co/qqJPZFZedE— Aaron Rupar (@Aaron Rupar) 1537185166.0
Good. Because the hearings weren't crazy enough (see The RNC Launches New “Crazytown” Ad, Showing Leftist Insanity and Egg Meet Face: Cory Booker’s “Releasing of Classified Documents” a Giant Ruse).
I'm kind of at a loss. This reeks of a dirty Democrat trick. REEKS. I'm not entirely sure how you investigate a 40-year-old allegation which just came out now. Especially when Kavanaugh passed six FBI background checks already, and nothing like this came up. Especially when the accusation is "attempted sexual assault." I'm not really sure what that means. In 2018 parlance, "attempted sexual assault" could be "He hit on me and I didn't like it" or "He pushed me down and I got away at the last minute." So which is it?
All I'll say is this. IF this is going to end with Kavanaugh withdrawing or being withdrawn, make it today. Then nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Then since she already went through a hearing with the Judiciary committee -- and gave the Democrats an ample opportunity to campaign for 2020 -- have Cocaine Mitch call a vote next week.
You know the vote won't be much different than the 55-43 vote from last October.