Panic: Democrats, Sensing Potential Defeat, Are Doubling Down

Written by Allan Erickson on October 4, 2018

When false accusers sense looming defeat they double down. Hence the furor from Democrats who are working several angles to salvage their fortunes:

>Attack the credibility of Kavanagh, accusing him of perjury.
>Attack his wife accusing her of complicity in his so-called crimes.
>Attack his daughter by depicting her in a cartoon agreeing with his accusers.
>Attack the legitimacy of the FBI investigation.
>Attack the judiciary committee process.
>Attack the President accusing him of whitewashing the investigation.
>Bring forward more accusations of misbehavior, however ridiculous and unsubstantiated.
>Demand more investigations resulting in more delay.
>Demand the nomination be withdrawn.
>Bully uncommitted senators to vote no.
>Enlist the ACLU and hordes of others to join the lynch mob.

Facts do not matter in this struggle pit. Truth does not matter to Democrats. The only thing that matters is victory. Toward that end, Democrats are willing to subvert the process, break the rules, plant false stories, level false allegations, doctor evidence, manipulate witnesses, slander anyone, destroy Judge Kavanaugh, his wife, his daughters, and dozens of innocent bystanders.

Tyrants know what Joseph Stalin said is true: “You must break a few eggs to make an omelet.”

Democrats make a big issue of ethics, even as they violate ethics hourly. Glaring, unethical behavior now results in an investigation of Sen. Dianne Feinstein who is accused of withholding evidence and manipulating the process. That investigation ought to include Sen. Chuck Schumer and every Democrat on the Judiciary Committee.

True justice demands such an investigation. Otherwise, evil smiles in the darkness, planning its next assault.

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Allan Erickson
Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter, and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012.