Kavanaugh Nails It

Ford’s testimony was pathetic. She talked like she was 12 years old.
Kavanaugh’s opening statement was stunning. Calm, deliberate, just what a Supreme Court Justice should be.
He knows damn well what’s going on.
Kavanaugh: This Two Week Effort Has Been an Orchestrated Political Hit… Revenge on Behalf of the Clintons


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9 responses to “Kavanaugh Nails It

  1. freedom1781

    Tonight, I was at a retirement party for one of my coworkers. One of the main topics going around the room was about this hearing. Now I work with some of the most liberal people in the mainstream media in my area. At my table, everyone said they didn’t believe Ford, that she was putting on a show. That she came off fake and that she kept contradicting herself. All of them said they got emotional during Kavanaugh’s hearing and he did a great job.. These are liberals saying this!! Two of these liberals are lesbians and neither one of them had nice things to say about Ford. I was totally shocked. I thought they would take her side. Nope. They said that it’s a disgusting sham and that they’ve seen and heard nothing that should keep Kavanaugh from being a Supreme Court Justice. Wow. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing; I had to pinch myself.

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    • I’ve seen much similar testimony on other sites, about women and even hard libs, disgusted by this show. Real rape victims & counselors outraged. Going to be a big surge in #walkaway now, I’d bet.

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    • The biggest losers in all this are women who are actual victims of sexual assault. It’s going to be harder than ever for them to get anyone to take them seriously—as if it weren’t already hard enough, after Tawana Brawley, Mattress Girl, Crystal Magnum, the UVA rape hoax, etc., etc., etc.


  2. Milady, Daughter, and I watched the Kavenaugh opening statement. I had a lot of moments of trepidation. Like, when he started to talk about his daughters praying for Ford, and he started to choke up, I kept saying, c’mon, keep it together, man… then he got it out, and, here, there was not a dry eye in the house.

    At one point, I had to go sit on the porch and just listen. It was too intense to watch. I thought, he shouldn’t go into this detail or that, but somehow once he was done, it seemed just right. He covered every salient point.

    He choked up talking about his kids, then about his mother, and very strongly about his father, and even about his career dedicated to public service. It’s hard to stay manly when you’re talking about your mother. He choked it back well. Powerful.

    He shall make a great Supreme Court Justice.

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    • But…but…he’s a sexual deviant! By his own admission, he was a virgin throughout high school and college! Ewwwwww!

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      • chrissythehyphenated

        Me also … and every time I went for a check-up, some health care worker (usually the women) would make sure to roll their eyes at me.

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        • That happened to me when I was in my early twenties. I had had a fever for a ridiculously long time and wondered if something weird was going on, so I went in for a checkup. The doctor was one I had never seen before, and he turned out to be an extremely thorough sort of person who asked a ton of questions and wrote down everything I said. As he was asking questions and busily scribbling down my answers, never pausing for a second, he finally got to the part about whether I was sexually active. “No.” Had I been sexually active recently? “No, never. I’m a virgin.” That was the first time in the entire interview when he stopped writing and talking. It took him several seconds to regain his equilibrium after that shocker.