Skip to comments.NY Times, ABC News, Throw Shade on New Yorker Kavanaugh Hit Piece
Posted on 09/24/2018 7:31:19 AM PDT by Red Badger
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The fact that these organizations are running stories without any corroboration and should be sued out of existence.
Exactly. And somebody has to stand up to them. If Kavanaugh fights this, even if he doesn't get the nomination, I would gladly vote for him for ANY office he'd choose to run for.
It’s how the media and democrats operate not new same old game.
From Paul Sperrys piece in the NY Post:
This spring, Hillary Clintons former campaign press secretary Brian Fallon hired one of Feinsteins top aides on the Judiciary Committee to help tank Trumps Supreme Court picks from the outside. Together, he and Feinsteins aide former deputy general counsel Paige Herwig launched a liberal nonprofit group called Demand Justice to lead the lefts attack on GOP nominees....
Blasey Fords lead attorney, Debra Katz, at the same time heads a leftist advocacy group funded by liberal megadonor George Soros, who also is funding Demand Justice, which has raised $5 million to sink Trumps high court picks...
So Soros funded Demand Justice last spring no doubt got an email list of possible Kavenaugh classmates, and probably emailed each asking for rumors. Some responded with rumors, made up or not. Then they went digging, and set this whole thing up. Spent 6 days working on the drunk Peurto Rican anti-Trump social justice warrior.
If the FBI gets involved, they better arrest Soros.
And the #MeToo movement gasps its last breath. Its over. N more men in high positions will be brought down, its dead and the democrats killed it.
The demwits need to raise what they’re paying these skanks to find one who will swear she was cold stone sober.
Let us hope so......................
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