It’s been a frenetic couple of weeks. It’s been nasty. It’s been a knife fight. The Left tried to stop Judge Brett Kavanaugh from becoming the next Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. They almost succeeded, spewing baseless sexual misconduct accusations that turned the nomination process into a freak show. Their base is animated, but so is ours. At no other point in the Trump presidency has the Right been so united behind defending and confirming this man. Very soon, it will be made official. Sens. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Joe Manchin (D-WV), and Susan Collins (R-ME) have all announced they’re voting for Kavanaugh. That’s more than enough to confirm him. It’s over.
The sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh all were lacking evidence and corroborating witnesses. It was a horrid window into how the Left views due process and the presumption of innocence. In short, it’s lacking in their world. It’s all guided by identity politics and the cuckoo notion that women are incapable of lying. The first allegation lobbed by Christine Blasey Ford, where she says a drunken 17-year-old Kavanaugh tried to rape her at a high school party, was handwritten in a letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-CA) office, where it sat for weeks. Feinstein didn’t disclose it to anyone, not even her Senate colleagues until the last minute, which set off this clown show. In all probability, the Democrats leaked the letter and weaponized this woman’s allegation. There’s not a shred of evidence to confirm this—and Ford can’t remember key details. She doesn’t know who organized the party, whose house it was in, how she got there, or who drove her home after the alleged attack. Years later, when doing a home renovation, an argument over a door brought out the story in couple’s therapy in 2012. Yet, Paul Sperry of Real Clear Investigations noted something odd about this part of Ford’s testimony before Congress, namely that the timeline doesn't match up: