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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Judge Nap: ‘Another Version of the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Hearings’

Monday, senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano reacted on “Fox & Friends” to President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court associate justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault allegations brought by Christine Blasey Ford, saying Kavanaugh’s hearings will be “another version” of the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill hearings.

“[W]e’re going to see another version of the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill hearings right before our eyes, sometime in the next few weeks, maybe as soon as Thursday,” Napolitano said.

He added, “This is a classic he said-she said. So, she’ll come before the Senate Judiciary Committee, she’ll make these allegations. The Democrats will throw her softballs, the Republicans will grill her and cross-examine her.”



Anonymous said...

It's all BS from the libs but the big difference is with Judge Thomas it was between two adults,in this case it was between two teens. Even if the claim is true (which is doubtful) it wasn't rape just poor teen behaviour that has been done by billions of teens through the centuries.

Anonymous said...

Oh the pube in the diet coke hearings. They aired at the same time they were trying to determine if Jeffery Dahmer was sane. Yeah.

Anonymous said...

Didn't it come out later that Hill was a lying POS?

Anonymous said...

Just read that Kavanaugh's mother was the judge that heard a foreclosure case for "the victim's" parents. They lost...hmmmmm, sounds fishy to me. Is this a form of retaliation?

Anonymous said...

CNN just broke the story or Ruth Ginsburg sexual assault accusations. She once kissed a boy in 1st. grade on Valentines day! They want the FBI to look into it since this is a fresh crime, it was very recent, only 79 years ago.

Anonymous said...

The accuser has said she won't be ready to testify Monday. What's the problem? Truth is true and lies are false. You simply go in and tell the truth, not wait until your lawyer practices with you what to say.