Bill Maher And Co. Demonstrate ‘White Privilege’ Against Brett Kavanaugh

Bear with me. Just like you, the Kavanaugh hearing left me feeling a lot of different things. So this item isn’t going to read as a normal start to finish work. It’s a collection of thoughts and observations.
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Kavanaugh has more integrity in his little finger than all the Senate Democrats at the hearing have collectively. You have Corey Booker, a man who in his own words admitted to groping a woman against her will, questioning a man like Kavanaugh? Shouldn’t it be the other way around?
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When do we get to see a special counsel appointed to investigate Dianne Feinstein? Her personal driver for more than 20 years was outed as a spy for the People’s Republic of China. How did she not pick up on that in MORE THAN 20 YEARS? We know Feinstein obstructed justice. The centerpiece of the Democrat Party argument against Kavanaugh is that he committed a crime for which, in the state of Maryland, there is no statute of limitations. Feinstein received allegations of this criminal offense and sat on them for weeks. Sounds like obstruction of justice to me. Special counsel? Special counsel? Mueller? Mueller?
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Flatulence as a topic at a Senate hearing? Fitting that it was raised as such by a Democrat. They all are after all full of (**)it aren’t they.
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If I were Kavanaugh I’d have asked Blumenthal about the Vietnam War service he lied about. In a day and age in which American fighting men and women are still coming home in flag-draped coffins from far away places, it seems nearly treasonous that the United States Senate will seat a man that lied about wartime service.
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I’m with Lindsay Graham 110%.
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Hearing Dr. Ford’s testimony, it appears her Feinstein-recommended lawyers kept her isolated from the rest of the world at large between the time her allegations emerged and the hearing. Isn’t that cause for an investigation by the bar into the practices of those lawyers?
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Kavanaugh would make a great Attorney General. Fire Sessions. Give the seat to Kavanaugh. Then appoint the most conservative nominee imaginable to SCOTUS. Judge Jeanine maybe?
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Does the left realize that “Roe” can’t be “repealed” because “Roe” isn’t a law but rather, it’s a verdict? Does the left understand that if “Roe” were overturned today, the legal status of abortion would simply revert back to states?
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I didn’t believe there was such a thing as “white privilege” until I heard Bill Maher and the idiots in his audience cackle over Lindsay Graham and the recently departed Senator McCain. Wasn’t the left in unadulterated admiration of McCain just a few weeks ago? Now they mock him in death? Bill Maher seems to think that’s cool and gets to spout that point of view on television. It must be white privilege because there is certainly no talent to be found on Maher’s show.
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What happens when the FBI completes their investigation into Kavanaugh and comes to no clear conclusion? The most aptly named man to ever be a Senator, Mr. Flake, may think that an FBI investigation is a way to heal the partisan divide. Don’t hold your breath. An inconclusive FBI investigation will be weaponized in the same way everything else Democrats touch tends to become weaponized. In 2020 when the Democrats run Harris-Avenatti against Trump-Pence, they’ll be yammering and yammering about Kavanaugh and the inconclusive FBI report.
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Who paid for Dr. Ford’s lie detector test and why did it consist of only two questions?
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I don’t think America heals from the spectacle we saw unfold on Thursday September 27. This should worry everyone from the political left to the political right. It doesn’t of course. There’s an election coming up in about a month and that’s all politicians really care about. In the meantime, a huge cross-section of the American electorate is extraordinarily angry over the farce of a hearing. A great many voters aren’t going to forgive or forget what the Democrats tried to pull off.

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Andrew Allen
Andrew Allen (@aandrewallen) grew up in the American southeast and for more than two decades has worked as an information technoloigies professional in various locations around the globe. A former far-left activist, Allen became a conservative in the late 1990s following a lengthy period spent questioning his own worldview. When not working IT-related issues or traveling, Andrew Allen spends his time discovering new ways to bring the pain by exposing the idiocy of liberals and their ideology.

 

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