Excellent perspective from the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer . . .
"An accuser has crawled out of the shadows to charge Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh with sexual assault. The accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, contends that 36 years ago Kavanaugh, in a drunken stupor, shut her in a room at a party and clumsily attempted to undress her.
She contends that another male, apparently one Mark Judge, was also present and was also a participant. Kavanaugh and Judge have both categorically denied the event ever happened. Said Kavanaugh, 'I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.'
Judge was equally emphatic. 'It’s just absolutely nuts. I never saw Brett act that way.' ”
In this piece, Andrew McCarthy of The National Review shares historically the massive double standard Democrats have used in the nomination process of Supreme Court nominees . . . .
"President Trump says a lot of things that are not true and says a lot of other things that are foolish and unsavory. But his supporters are drawn to him, in large part, because he is willing to get into the muck with Democrats, fight them on their own demagogic terms — especially on things he cares about, like his nominees. They are tired of Republicans’ being caught flat-footed, continually underestimating how low Democrats are willing to go, how much they are willing to destroy reputations, institutions, and traditions in order to win."
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