KAVANAUGH: "35 Years Ago..."

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Welcome to 1601 A.D. when an accusation was as good as proof that you did it.  The Dems, the MSM and worst of all, #MeToo are the culprits behind the Kavanaugh witch hunt.


Feminists who are reading this, I will assume you know at least one man:  your father, your brother, a friend.  How would you feel if their reputation were ruined over an unsubstantiated charge from a loony (Christine Ford) and a drunk (Deborah Ramirez.)


Kavanaugh does not have to prove his innocence when the accuser has no proof of evidence!  There's a reason why we have a statute of limitations.  After 35 years, people's memories become unreliable.


Republicans don't need a single vote from the Devilcrats, not one.  They could approve him today.  Why don't they?  Fear of being "insensitive" to the MeTooers?  #MeToo is a sham.  A left-wing club designed to ruin those "evil, white men", who, by the way, founded this country.


Amid all this horror is a bright side.  Dems cannot win this in the end.  Either the Republicans will find their balls and approve Kavanaugh  or Trump replaces him with Amy Barrett, a Catholic, pro-life conservative female.  What are ya gonna do about that, #MeToo?!


Text © 2018 - ERN


Eric Reports Added Sep 26, 2018 - 1:58pm
It's worth saying that if there was a sliver of truth in any of this, Brett Kavanaugh would have withdrawn his nomination.  He is a man of honor. (Something his accusers have no concept of.)
Ken Added Sep 26, 2018 - 1:59pm
Kavanaugh does not have to prove his innocence when the accuser has no proof of evidence!
Kavenaugh does not have to prove his innocence PERIOD.  his accuser has to prove his guilt.
It is astounding how many lawyers on the left are saying he is guilty until proven innocent.
From Anita Hill to Kamala Harris to everyone in between turning our system of justice on its head.
George N Romey Added Sep 26, 2018 - 2:03pm
As usual ranting. Its this simple. Someone for a job like this needs to have a thorough background check.  Anything that comes up in one's past should pass a common sense test (well gone in today's society).  What exactly did he do that can be verified?  How many times?  What kind of behavior has he exhibited as an adult (pre undergraduate college).
Even conservative Ben Shapiro has said that if the allegations are proven true he should be denied confirmation, regardless of what the legal statues are.
Young people don't always have a realization of what they do today can haunt them later.  
Eric Reports Added Sep 26, 2018 - 2:10pm
65 women who have known Kavanaugh since high school have stated that he respects all women and treats them with dignity.  This hasn't been shown on TV much.  MSM wants to ignore it. 
Ken Added Sep 26, 2018 - 2:18pm
Someone for a job like this needs to have a thorough background check. 
He has passed SIX FBI background checks to date.  How many more does he need to pass?
George N Romey Added Sep 26, 2018 - 2:24pm
Yes but anyone that comes forward with such a claim as attempted rape some one needs to step in and act as an adult.  First ascertain if the claim has any merit, and if so, do an investigation.  I stress the first step because it may be a cursory look would tell some one with a sense of morality and fairness on whether it was just a totally bogus claim or "maybe" something more.
Again, the Senate should have set a meeting (last week, not this week), had the meeting and made a decision. She doesn't want to show up, fine her claim is now considered void.  Its what we pay them to do, make difficult decisions and deal with hard issues.  The Senate as usual tries to play both sides of the aisle being the feckless, inadequate leadership they've become.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 26, 2018 - 3:01pm
Yep. About 5 or 6 pairs of balls in the entire assembly and even a couple of those are questionable
Tubularsock Added Sep 26, 2018 - 4:09pm
In ANY investigation things are not always found.
Now new information has been found.
What’s the hurry? Check it out with the new information.
If Kavanaugh is cleared of the new revelations so be it
but if not toss his ass out.
Pretty simple if you ask Tubularsock.
Do you really believe that the Democraps were hanging around
Kavanaugh’s college party time in order to set him up?
George N Romey Added Sep 26, 2018 - 4:17pm
Yeah it is as simple as calling for an investigative hearing in which witnesses can show up and testify and evidenced can be introduced.  People seem to forget that's what we've been doing for over 200 years.
I remember there was this guy in college.  Good looking, athletic, popular.  Of course we all (including my nerdy self) thought he was getting all kind of female you know what.  Turns out he was gay and was having sex on the side but not with the ladies.  Innuendo is not always fact.
Dino Manalis Added Sep 26, 2018 - 4:33pm
 If the accusers are lying, they should be held legally responsible!
Jeff Michka Added Sep 26, 2018 - 6:50pm
Gee, Tubular...If St. Bret is not granted sainthood for SCOTUS, Right this very minute, "The Base" will get bummed and not one will go to the polls to vote on Orange garbagesack's Rule.  The Ts desperately need St. Bret to make shop vacs illegal and,"save the babies,"  including infant Trump.
Lindsay Wheeler Added Sep 26, 2018 - 6:59pm
George Romney, you are so hopelessly mired in Left politics. If there was a need to investigate---Then Senator Feinstein SHOULD have said something. If it was THAT IMPORTANT, Senator Feinstein should have announced it. 
This is all a con game George!  Just because "of the job", the rules of evidence and Western legal jurisprudence are NOT to be thrown overboard. If these charges are serious---then they need to go to the local authorities.  Has any of the accusers gone to the Local authorities to have them investigate this?  
Judge Kavanaugh needs to be voted for the Supreme Court. He is an honorable, good, very highly qualified to sit on the Supreme Court. 
Ken Added Sep 26, 2018 - 7:09pm
What’s the hurry?
the supreme court is currently 4-4 and session begins Oct 1.  The senate also ends its session to go and campaign for the November election.  It happens now or is delayed until next year.
Feinstein had the information for 2 month and didn't think it was important enough to reveal until it would potentially force a delay.  Can you not see how overtly political this is?  She may or may not have been assaulted (rape was not claimed here, just groping), it is highly questionable that it was ever Kavenaugh involved.  She has no corroborating evidence, and while he doesn't have a 24/7 alibi, he has pretty solid evidence that most of the time she claims the time range this happened in he couldn't have been there.
If they had rushed and held the hearing last week, dems would have blamed republicans for that. They bent over backward to fly to her, have her come to them, private, public, etc. to be heard.  They finally said testify tomorrow or not at all, we are voting one way or the other on Friday.
Democrats have stated multiple times that they are trying to delay seating justices until not just after the midterm but until 2020.  Before Kavenaugh was even announced the entire Democrat Judicial committee panel said they would vote no whoever it was.
Anyone who denies that this is anything but Democrats trying to game the system to assert power that they simply just don't have.
As Obama so infamously said "Elections have consequences"
Jeff Michka Added Sep 26, 2018 - 7:40pm
Gee, Geeho is a leftist?  Hmmm.  And of course, Lindsay needed to lie:  Geeho clearly said St. Bret the Rapist needed a complete BACKGROUND check.  And yes, the FBI can conduct a  furtherbackground check, but Orange shit and his mindless followers don't want that.  And despite Kenny's nice little comment, your T party needs it now or they'll be all bummed before mid terms.  Can't have that now, can we?  And remember, "all those babies are 'at stake'."
Cullen Kehoe Added Sep 26, 2018 - 8:47pm
If the accusations are true, I'd agree he should step down.
But hazy memories of situations that aren't 100% believable (to me)...and where ultimately nothing overtly criminal even happened, this is a lot of nonsense if it's supposed to have any material effect on the real world. 
Eric Reports Added Sep 26, 2018 - 9:45pm
CBS evening news reports that Brett Kavanaugh admits to drinking beer as a young man.  I kid you not.
Watched Trump's press conference today.  Well done, Mr. President, esp. last question.
Kavanaugh hearings tomorrow morning.
Tubularsock Added Sep 26, 2018 - 10:01pm
Cullen Kehoe, hazy memories often become clear with an FBI investigation, don’t you think?
Rushing through a nominee for a lifetime job may warrant a bit more scrutiny.
You know, “nothing overtly criminal even happened”!
Would your view of this be the same way if Kavanaugh had attempted to put his penis up your ass?
Think about that.
Ken Added Sep 26, 2018 - 10:39pm
Kavenaugh hearing begins 9am EDT, will be televised on many channels.
Another new accuser who is completely anonymous, so meaningless, the 3rd accuser of the "gang rapes" called unstable and not credible by ex-boyfriend who had to file a restraining order against her.
If gang rapes occurred, one would think at leas tone victim would speak out to parents, law enforcement, friends, etc, but not a single word about it from anyone.
Now a democrat rep is trying to file an injunction against the vote - the checks and balances  the judicial branch cannot prevent the legislative branch from doing it's constitutional duty as it sees fit.
For any who denied it before, this is clearly nothing more than a delay tactic by the democrats and it is all political as they will continue to trot out martyrs to abuse the reputation and continue to insist this.
It is absolutely despicable, and the democrats are embarrassing themselves.  only 28% of men and 25% of women even believe the most credible (which isn't saying much) first accuser, and each successive accuser is more and more off the rails with crazy behavior.
let them say their piece tomorrow, then hold the vote on friday.  If the RINOs vote against him, the republicans deserve to lose control of congress.
Bill H. Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:11am
Guess now it's KAVANAUGH: "20 Years Ago..."
and counting...…………………….
Bill H. Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:19am
No matter what "side" is accused of sexual misconduct, it seems to me that no woman in her right mind would make false accusations knowing what they will have to go thru and the impact on their life from that point on.
From what I am seeing and hearing so far, I suspect these ladies are telling the truth. Just my observation and opinion.
How many beer gulping HS students do you know who made it thru HS (and even longer) without having sex?
Let's just see how it comes out.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 27, 2018 - 6:11am
I had posted this on facebook:
A Battery: How Boys Raped for fun in my Youthful days in Jamaica
Now that rape in Jamaica is on the front burner, I am beginning to think about it. I know of some of my peers who gang-raped girls in the 70s through the 80s. However, I never thought of it as rape (or even though of it then) even though I became a police officer. Boys called it battery and it was a fun and exciting thing for them. I lived a sheltered life, was not involved in such activities, and I would wake up to hear bigger boys boasting of their ordeals. They would explain how two or more of them ran a battery. In the process, a girl who was in love with one of the boys would be lured into a sexual encounter. But unknown to her, he had lined up as much as six of his friends to take turn when he was finished. 
Some of those youth who participated in such activities are now grown men and active members on Facebook. I also had a Jamaican woman revealed that she was otherwise raped as a youth. Similarly, grown women revealed the lasting scars of being sexually assaulted by relatives, even parents. Grown men revealed some were raped, as a youth, by older girls. However, as boys, they did not see it as rape. They enjoyed the older girls taking them for a joy ride. Such activities were also practiced in other Caribbean countries.
Bill Kamps Added Sep 27, 2018 - 9:01am
Bill H, No matter what "side" is accused of sexual misconduct, it seems to me that no woman in her right mind would make false accusations knowing what they will have to go thru and the impact on their life from that point on.
Ever hear of the Duke lacrosse rape case ?
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 11:22am
This entire thing is complete horse shit.  By her own testimony this frump tells us that she was a 15 year old girl who was adventurous enough to attend a party where there was foreknowledge of boys and booze. 1982 amid the idle privileged of suburban DC. At the age of 15, at that time in that environment, do NOT expect me to believe that she did not have some idea what might happen. What I know of the minds of 15 year old girls at that time there is every good reason to believe that she knew what she might expect and that was in fact her very purpose for going. Assuming that any of this did actually happen ( I will not believe that it did) the incident she describes is little more than a groping not uncommon to any young lady who entered such circumstances. If this one incident had scarred her so severely for a lifetime it suggests some much deeper rooted psychological problems.
ZERO credibility. This cunt is lying through her teeth
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 11:24am
Now Dick Durbin reminds us that a polished liar would compose a seamless narrative. Yup. He would know
George N Romey Added Sep 27, 2018 - 11:42am
Remember when your mother would tell you as a child to never get in the car with a stranger.  Well if you do more than likely the result won't be good.  Same case here.  A young girl gets drunk around a bunch of horny, testosterone filled boys and she thinks what.....
You know what she was at the time.  A rich spoiled girl trying to assert herself over Mommy and Daddy.  
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 11:47am
No! Rich girls do that too!? I'm shocked!
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 11:50am
so she can recall, in seemingly vivid detail, the facial expression of Mark Judge during a brief encounter at a Safeway store, six weeks after the alleged incident, but she can not remember the house. Really.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 12:08pm
The woman holds a doctorate and she doesn't the meaning of exculpatory? You expect me to believe that?
John Minehan Added Sep 27, 2018 - 12:27pm
I'm a lawyer, Health Law and Labor Law (usually transactional) and complex commercial litigation.  One of the things I was before that was being a BDE S-2 twice (once for a Maneuver Brigade and once for a Division Artillery, I had been a Field Artillery officer).
Thinking like a BDE S-2, my thought would be that the debt for sports tickets and the mis-statements before the Senate in his confirmation hearing for the DC Circuit constitute "credible Derog" (Derogatory Information) that would be disqualifying.
John Minehan Added Sep 27, 2018 - 12:32pm
The other issue here is that this is NOT a criminal proceeding.  This is not before a court, no criminal sanction is available.  Presumption of Innocence does NOT apply.  This is a fact-finding hearing on the confirmation of a man to sit on the highest court in the land.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 12:36pm
I offer no thoughts one way or the other on this man's judicial record. I'm just calling bull shit on the circus. Her civic duty? Where the fuck was her sense of civic duty when he was to be confirmed for the circuit court? And Feinstein was SO concerned that she sat on it. Out of respect for the woman's desire for privacy? Since when has that ever mattered to these people.  
As Mel Gibson said in Beyond Thunderdome: Call it what you like. Still smells like pig shit to me
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 12:37pm
You didnt really expect Trump to make the best choice, did you John?
opher goodwin Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:07pm
I think people should always be innocent until proven guilty. This should go to court - as I understand it there is no statue of limitations in that State - and be tried by a jury. The complainants should put their case and the case heard. If he is guilty - lock him up. If he is innocent then he has cleared his name.
The more I hear about this man the less I like. He appears to have been a real creep and had a history of using booze and violence to attack women. Not somebody I'd like to know.
It's a shame that this is all, as the whole tone of the article suggests, just a political game. It's not about getting the best people on the bench it's all about ensuring my side wins.
It is totally obnoxious. Both sides are a bunch of extremist bastards playing silly games. Politics has become so incredibly partisan and vicious that all sense goes out the window. It is not about who is best for the job; it's about who will let us win!
This division and hatred is going to destroy the country. It's time people grew up.
Ken Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:09pm
Presumption of Innocence does NOT apply.
That is completely false.  Presumption of innocence isn't only related to criminal proceedings.  It is a basic right protected by the constitution.  This is also not just a fact-finding hearing.  It is a constitutional duty to advise and consent a nomination.  Your misrepresentation is atrocious for one who purports to be a lawyer.
Ken Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:11pm
This should go to court - as I understand it there is no statue of limitations in that State
It depends on what the charge is at to what the statute of limitations is.  And don't you find it curious that she is not pressing charges?  So far the allegations don't rise to anything criminal.  If she files a false police report or starts going under oath or such, she starts to become criminally liable for anything untrue
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:18pm
and who seeks out the WaPo  as a source to help? And refers to that contact as an "anonymous tip"
This woman is a liar
Ken Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:20pm
Ever hear of the Duke lacrosse rape case ?
Or Tawana Brawley?
It happens more often than people would like to admit for many different reasons.  All accusations have the obligation to be heard.  They do not have the obligation to be believed.
These accusers are going to be completely forgotten in a couple of weeks and I have no doubt they will be handsomely rewarded by the democrat elites like George Soros, Tom Steyer, etc.  Worst case, just for "opposing Trump" they will probably be able to pop up a quick GoFundMe page where the brain dead will give them thousands or more for their efforts.
John Minehan Added Sep 27, 2018 - 1:48pm
"You didnt really expect Trump to make the best choice, did you John?"
Why, more generally, don't they pick well respected judges from state high courts?  That's where we go Holmes and Cardozo (also Suitor, so it isn't a panacea) but at least it would be people who understood finality.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 2:08pm
most of the chatter surrounding Trump is bull shit, but I do question some of his picks. I could say that about any president 
Cullen Kehoe Added Sep 27, 2018 - 3:12pm
I've changed my tune a bit on this. Too much info coming from too many places. (I wrote a post on it as well.)
What seems to be a fact is that this guy did some hard partying in high school and college. He was close friends with a guy (according to another 2nd hand account) who admitted committing what was probably a sexual assault (taking turns having sex with an intoxicated female) at a party in high school. 
The close friend himself, Mark Judge, has written autobiographical accounts in the past of his hard partying and apparent "alpha male" ways. The guy appears to have written Kavanaugh into one of the accounts as a party-goer who puked in someone's car and passed out on the way home from a party in high school. 
Various statements have come in from people who went to college saying Kavanaugh did some hard drinking and partying during his university days. 
This is no choir boy. It's highly unlikely to get to the bottom of things he's been accused of now. But we have enough evidence to place him at these kinds of parties where these sorts of things he's being accused of were happening. He appears to have been a heavy drinker in those days. 
Given the MeToo movement and Trump's problems in this regard, it might make political sense to consider withdrawing Kavanaugh.
Sometimes you have to pick your Alamo to fight, and this doesn't seem to be the right battle for Trump or the Republicans right now.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 3:42pm
Cullen I disagree. You are falling into exactly what is the democrats intent. If republicans cave they will pay a price. Nobody that buys this horse shit as legit was going to vote republican anyway. And there are some red state dems that could be signing their electoral death warrant
Bill Kamps Added Sep 27, 2018 - 3:49pm
opher: This should go to court - as I understand it there is no statue of limitations in that State - and be tried by a jury.
It WOULD have been had the women filed a complaint, but they didnt.  They sat on this for 30 odd years.  I realize there are lots of reasons why the women may not have wanted to file charges, but waiting this long makes it more difficult to get at the truth.
Since both sides play this political game, it is impossible to know what really happened, if anything.  I put nothing past either side, the  charges may be completely true, there may be a string of assaults that BK is guilty of, or this may be completely fabricated like the Duke lacrosse case, which cost people their jobs. 
The political reality is that they have to make a decision soon.  Im sure if there werent an election in five weeks the GOP would already have walked away from this guy as too much trouble, innocent or not.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 27, 2018 - 4:09pm
 Im sure if there werent an election in five weeks the GOP would already have walked away from this guy as too much trouble, innocent or not.
Which is exactly why that cunt Feinstein sat on the letter.
Ken Added Sep 27, 2018 - 6:52pm
Cullen Kehoe, hazy memories often become clear with an FBI investigation, don’t you think?
The FBI doesn't investigate state crimes.  On top of that, the FBI reviewed her initial statement and decided it wasn't worth investigating so made a note of it and forwarded it to the white house for their Information packet a couple of weeks ago
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 28, 2018 - 9:17am
The Masked one.  The making of the first woman president or a civil war.
opher goodwin Added Sep 28, 2018 - 10:38am
These historic sex allegations are impossible to prove unless there is corroborated evidence.
I can't stick the guy. He is a complete bastard and I wouldn't for one minute put such a cretin in such high office but unless the allegations can be proven I don't think there is a case against him. He might well have done it but the law demands proof and without prosecution he is innocent.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 28, 2018 - 12:58pm
Eric Reports Added Sep 28, 2018 - 8:06pm
Author's note:  I am not done writing about this.  More info is surfacing, on how Christine Ford is a pawn.  This is reaching as high as Obama (who called senators about delaying tactic.)  
Sen. FLAKE , who deserves his name, ruined today's vote and probably the entire nomination.
Dems fear overturning Roe vs. Wade and with Kavanaugh, I think the Supreme Court could do it.
Bill H. Added Sep 29, 2018 - 11:20am
ER - You are part of the problem in this country. We actually have some politicians that are true patriots and are concerned with what is best for the country, rather than what other party politicians, certain voters, and Trump feel about them.
Go dig up some more unsubstantiated BS, just to keep the hate and division flowing. Trump will be proud!
If Kavanaugh would have been nominated anyway without due process, the Republicans would have suffered big-time at the polls in November.
Ladies have no mercy.
Ward Tipton Added Sep 30, 2018 - 12:13am
"Kavanaugh does not have to prove his innocence when the accuser has no proof of evidence!
Kavenaugh does not have to prove his innocence PERIOD.  his accuser has to prove his guilt."
Oh if only that were true ... though if it were, none of this would have ever made it this far. Truth be told, there is no presumption of innocence and the judicial system long ago left any pretense about "justice" far behind. 
Eric Reports Added Sep 30, 2018 - 8:20pm
Bill H, you are a LIAR.  You cannot write interesting articles, you can only attack the truth.  It's the Devilcrats who have become a criminal org, little more than gangsters.
Trump is the best hope for our great nation.

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