September 19, 2018
I can’t believe this is taking up an entire news cycle.
It’s probably going to take up more than one. Every time I turn on the news, I hope for live images of mushroom clouds, but all I’m getting are people talking about mushroom penises.
With the typical chutzpah of just about everything lately, the Left has decided that the best way to obstruct the Supreme Court nomination of Kavanaugh is to rape-hoax him with some random slut that no one can prove he didn’t grope while drunk as a teenager 36 years ago, and no one can shut up about it.
It was 36 years ago. The accusation: There was a party, alcohol. A 17-year-old boy was drunk and started groping a 15-year-old girl, pinning her down and covering her mouth so she couldn’t scream. Today, she doesn’t remember some of the details. He insists it didn’t happen at all.
It was 36 years ago. The culture: What 15-year-old girl would tell her parents she had been at a party where kids had been drinking, much less that a boy had attacked her?
What is even going on in the editing department of the New York Times? This writer-ess wrote “It was 36 years ago.” twice, already.
It was 36 years ago. The country: Ronald Reagan was presi
Okay, I’m stopping this, right there. According to fair use, I can truncate wherever I want to, and I am stopping this right there, in the middle of that word.
I don’t even know what the NYT was thinking, hiring a woman to write.
Let’s try something else. It can’t possibly be worse.
The woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault says the FBI should investigate the incident before senators hold a hearing on the allegations.
In a letter addressed to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa, and obtained by CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys argue that “a full investigation by law enforcement officials will ensure that the crucial facts and witnesses in this matter are assessed in a non-partisan manner, and that the Committee is fully informed before conducting any hearing or making any decisions.”
I guess that they are hoping to stall until the midterms.
They must think that, just maybe, they can get control of the Senate so that they can block this nomination until 2020. That’s clearly what her
handlers attorneys are playing at. They’re trying to kick this to the FBI, and have them spend two years to figure out whether or not Kavanaugh hacked this woman’s vagina under orders from Vladimir Putin.
I guess they see no downside here. If they confirm him, he definitely gets confirmed, but if they stall, they might make it to midterms, get a few Senate seats, keep stalling until 2020, and see what happens with the re-election. It’s quite a longshot, and they might not like having established this precedent if the tables are ever turned.
They’re going to beat #MeToo to death if they start doing it to everyone with no evidence.
There is no way to sustain the premise that any man can be shut down from anything, at any time, because any woman he has ever brushed shoulders with makes an accusation that cannot be proven or disproven. Like a lot of things, it could have worked indefinitely if they had just used it in a measured way, but they’re pushing it so hard that people are going to get wise to it and start tuning it out.
I can’t even seriously care about anyone getting drunk-raped at this point, much less drunk-groped. The original “rape is bad” idea came from a time when, if you raped a woman, you were cheating some future husband out of a virgin bride, and cheating her father out of a virgin bride dowry. Back when women weren’t having drunk sex with everyone, rape was legitimately property damage which needed to be severely punished.
There’s no evidence he groped this slut, but I don’t even care if he did.
What would the damage even be?
How can a woman’s sex be so sacred that it’s international news if she got groped, yet so cheap that she can auction it off at drunk parties or on tinder?