The left has been pulling out all of the stops in order to stymy the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, including digging around for supposed “dirt” from three decades ago.
Simply put, the democrats are incredibly upset over the timing of the Trump presidency, and the fact that our CEO-in-Chief is going to be allowed to make several Supreme Court nominations during only his first term. (All eyes are on the health of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to see if this streak continues).
Of course, given that these are lifetime appointments, this means that Donald Trump’s decisions will be shaping our nation for decades to come…a profound fact that has the radical left losing their minds.
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The most recent attempted attack on Brett Kavanaugh comes from a 1982 incident in which a young woman claims that she was sexually assaulted by Kavanaugh and others at prep school. While some on the right have been attempting to pass this off as nothing but a late-stage stunt to cast doubt on the longtime judiciary, the White House’s Kellyanne Conway has a far more level headed approach.
On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway stated that Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, shouldn’t be “insulted” or “ignored.” She also characterized having Ford and Kavanaugh to testify as “reasonable” and said that Ford “will be heard.”
Conway said, “Well, this woman should not be insulted and she should not be ignored. I think the Senate is headed to a reasonable approach, in that, it seems to me, in speaking to a few senators, including Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), that, allowing this woman to be heard in sworn testimony, allowing Judge Kavanaugh to be heard in sworn testimony about these specific allegations would be added to the very considerable mountain of evidence and considerations that folks will have when they weigh whether or not to vote for Judge Kavanaugh to be on the Supreme Court. So, let me make very clear, I’ve spoken with the president. I’ve spoken with Senator Graham and others, this woman will be heard.”
Knowing what we already know about the integrity of Conway, and the character of Brett Kavanaugh, there seems to be no hesitation in allowing a further exploration of these sudden and nigh-ancient accusations. And, given Conway’s long history of profoundly powerful decision making, who are we to doubt her judgment?
From here, it sounds as thought neither Conway or Kavanaugh have anything to worry about, at least based on the confidence exuded by both in the matter.