Just as Judge Kavanaugh is about to get confirmed into the Supreme Court, the Democrats pulled a trick play out of their scandalous playbook and magically came up with a #MeToo accuser trying to take him out.

After the protests from people who seemed to be more fit for a circus and the ridiculous amount of questions from angry Democrats, and then the people who think Kavanaugh would somehow start taking away women’s rights as if that was ever really a thing – the tricks all failed.

Democrats still can’t figure out a way to stop the inevitable. Kavanaugh is getting in and the bitter Democrats and their bag of tricks can’t stop it.

Apparently, Christine Blasey Ford came out of nowhere. Now we’re learning that the Democrats had this information weeks ago and did nothing with it. She has accusations against Kavanaugh that are from over 30 years ago, acting as if he sexually assaulted her at a party when they were teenagers.

Kavanaugh came out fighting and made a huge announcement about the party his accuser is claiming that this happened at.

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He simply said that he wasn’t even at the party. So there you go! How can Kavanaugh sexually misbehave towards a woman at a party if he wasn’t even at the party?

Hmmm… I already know what you’re saying. How can we believe him? Easily! Why wouldn’t we believe him? When the Democrats float this random 30+-year-old accusation out of nowhere from a woman who is clearly a far left Democrat (look her up), then obviously this is all a setup.

You mean to tell me that Democrats are interested in pursuing some generic claim that’s three decades old from when they were teenagers, but they’re ignoring claims that Keith Ellison abused his ex-girlfriend, even though there is reportedly a 911 call to back it up?

Sure thing, folks. Major double standard exposed.

Where did this information come from about Kavanaugh not even being at the party?

That would be Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) who told reporters today that Kavanaugh “categorically denied allegations that he committed sexual assault at a high school party in the early 1980s — and told the senator he was not at a party similar to what his accuser described.”

It was Christine Blasey Ford who reportedly told the Washington Post that “Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed, tried to remove her clothing and put his hand over her mouth when she tried to scream.”

OK, if that really happened, then who waits 30 years to accuse someone of a crime right before they’re about to join the Supreme Court? If this was actually a legitimate accusation, then she could have gone after him at any point in his career. In my opinion, she’s a fraud. That’s just my opinion and does not reflect the thoughts of anyone else but myself.

We can all have our own opinion and I’m not falling for this nonsense.

Hatch’s office gave a statement to Fox News and said “he was not at a party like the one [Ford] describes” and added that Ford “may be mistaking [Kavanaugh] for someone else.”

Fox News then reported about what two of Kavanaugh’s ex-girlfriends said about him.

“I’ve been friends with Brett Kavanaugh for over 35 years, and dated him during high school,” said one of the women, Maura Kane. “In every situation where we were together he always respectful, kind and thoughtful. The accusations leveled against him in no way represent the decent young man I knew. We remain good friends and I admire him as a husband, father and professional.”


“Brett Kavanaugh and I have been good friends since high school,” said the other woman, Maura Fitzgerald. “I dated him in college and he was and is nothing like the person who has been described. He always conducted himself honorably with me at all times when we were together. He was always a perfect gentleman, and I vouch for him completely.”

“Hatch, the Senate president pro tempore and third in the presidential line of succession behind Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Paul Ryan, told CNN that Kavanaugh was “upset” about the allegation and described him as “a very strong, decent man.”

“I think she’s mistaken,” the 84-year-old Republican said of Ford. “She’s mistaken something, but I don’t know her.”

Hatch’s office later tweeted that the senator “does not have enough information about Dr. Ford and her accusations but looks forward to hearing more from her to get to the bottom of things.”

Now we have a big story here. The accuser seems to have her agenda crushed by Kavanaugh and people who are speaking up for him.

The accuser has absolutely no evidence. It’s just her word against his.

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Lindsey Graham had already criticized the Democrats for the way they’re going about this, making their accusations and method of attack very suspect and it seems like more and more people aren’t taking the bait on this attempt to lure people into believng that Kavanaugh is a sexual predator.

I’m not falling for the Democrat tricks.


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