Special Notice 8

EVEN IF FORD AND RAMIREZ ACCUSATIONS AGAINST KAVANAUGH ARE TRUE, THEY SHOULD NOT BE DISQUALIFYING 
 
By William J. Dodwell    September 27, 20 18

All the focus is on the credibility of the allegations of Dr. Christine Baisely Ford and Deborah Ramirez, but no one has the courage to challenge the seriousness of the charges.  Even if true, the accusations are not grave enough to deny Kavanaugh his confirmation.  Reprehensible, yes, but not criminal or disqualifying.  Nor does Kavanaugh’s behavior nullify his esteemed lifetime record, which is the proper basis of his qualifications for the Court.  The claims are just about the intemperate acts of an inebriated teenage horndog that yield no subsequent pattern in future conduct.  The faux outrage in large measure derives from the #MeToo mentality and its advocates.  They now collaborate with Democratic operatives in their desperation to protect their increasingly liberal agenda from the threat of another conservative on the Supreme Court. 

 

Ford’s charge of attempted rape is overblown.  In fact, the alleged act was just adolescent horseplay, while Ramirez’s claim of indecent exposure is harmless.  As to the supposed “trauma” they suffered, well, they should get over it - or get thee to a nunnery.  The alleged conduct should not derail Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

 

Of course, ugly politics is driving this charade, so justice is merely academic.  But if this Democrat standard of prosecution becomes commonplace, the republic is doomed.  As mentioned, #MeToo has gone beyond just sexual misconduct in the effort to castrate America.  Now it overtly collaborates with the left to advance globalist socialism while undermining the rule of law. As such, the movement ought to be obliterated.

NOTE:   The absurd Michael Aventti  revelations broke after this writing.

©2018 William J. Dodwell

                                        
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