The Kavanaugh Character Assassinationby admin on 07/20/2018 12:59 AM
Senator Wilson: We have the confirmation hearings of Judge Kavanaugh coming up who is President Trump’s appointment to the supreme court to replace Justice Kennedy who is retiring at the end of this month.
The American Bar Association (ABA) previously gave Kavanaugh a unanimous “well qualified” rating for his nomination.After Kavanaugh was accused of sexual impropriety, the president of the ABA issued a statement that the nomination should not be voted on until the allegations have been investigated by the FBI. On October 5, 2018, the chairman of the ABA Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary announced that the committee had reopened its evaluation. . . and that reassessment and re-vote would not be completed before the Senate vote. After Kavanaugh’s confirmation, the standing committee discontinued the re-evaluation because there is “no process for the evaluation of sitting judges or justices.”
Senator Sampson: These new allegations of sexual impropriety during high school may be important and should be investigated thoroughly.
Senator Wilson: That is unbelievable that not uncommon behavior during high school when adolescents are working out their sexual identity and behavior should surface at this time, 36 years post event. If the behavior was as stated, it would have surface in their high school days.
Senator Sampson: Maybe she was too timid to speak up at that time.
Senator Wilson: For her to speak up at this time implies that she is functioning with a different agenda.
Christine Margaret Blasey Ford (/ˈblɑːzi/; born November 1966)is an American professor of psychology at Palo Alto University and a research psychologist at the Stanford University School of Medicine.She specializes in designing statistical models for research projects.During her academic career, Ford has worked as a professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine Collaborative Clinical Psychology Program.
Senator Sampson: What might that agenda be?
Senator Wilson: Maybe it’s another Anita Hill desperate attempt to siderail this nomination. I hope we don’t have to go through the sordid allegations that Anita Hill put this country through.
Senator Sampson: But I think we need to go through further inquiry.
Senator Wilson: As psychologist rather than a lawyer, I’m sure she was well coached in how she was expected to perform. And as a psychologist she would be believable. She has also joined marches against President Trump. That would reflect a rather profound hostility to President Trump’s judicial nominee. So she was the perfect scapegoat.
Ford is a registered Democrat who has made small contributions to political organizations. In 2017, she participated in a local Women’s March protesting President Trump and attended a March for Science in San Francisco to protest the Trump administration‘s cuts to research.
Senator Sampson: You may be right but I think we should see this to the end.
Senator Wilson: Women’s marches have a high component of Feminists. Justice Kavanaugh would be natural enemy to issues that feminists largely support. Currently there has been an emphasis to reversing Roe v Wade, an issue which the feminist would want to prevent under any circumstances. I believe that senators voted in favor of Kavanaugh for the Circuit court, now see him in a much larger roll with issues that may come up in the next sessions of the Supreme Court. Hence, the left is very worried and will do anything to stop the nomination. But they didn’t change the vote on Clarence Thomas and hopefully, they won’t be able to change the vote on Bret Kavanaugh.
What is Congress So Angry? Why did they reverse their opinion on Judge Kavanaugh since their support of him on his previous judicial appointment? Do they even know why?