Yes to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh: God’s Gift to American Women


No greater character witnesses than Bill Clintonese-like Republican men have gladly lent their name as references to Judge Kavanaugh’s bid to become a Supreme Court justice (SCJ). But irrespective of party affiliation, and overlooking his predilection for crying more than a baby, and his disdain for Democratic leaders elected by the American people, no such man, with a Bill Cosby tendency for drugging and assaulting women, should be named a Supreme Court justice. Surely, he should be given the benefit of the doubt as, foolhardily, a boy-baby-rapist, now reformed by becoming a Catholic priest, should be forgiven and be placed in charge of an all boy school.


There are more women in America than men. And if Judge Kavanaugh is given the position of SCJ, the Republicans will pay at the polls and Justice Kavanaugh will be God’s political gift to women in their bid to elect the first woman president. Indeed, as I have previously stated, President Obama caused President Trump, and President Trump will cause the election the first female president. It could well be Ford. Alternatively, Kavanaugh could be rejected and as the court of public opinion, the most powerful court in America, caused the Supreme Court to once overruled its self (repeal its ban on liquor), it could cause the people’s removal of the first SJC. Remember, the government only succeed because the people make themselves governable. Mindful of the Civil War, no amount of police and soldiers will stop an angry American people protesting against the Supreme court, as Blacks protested in the Montgomery bus boycott. SELAH

 

Sadly though, some here will embrace the "sl.." slip in Clinton's tongue in the way he attempted to describe Ford.

Comments

Gerrilea Added Sep 28, 2018 - 10:15am
Dr R Green--- Might I be the first to congratulate you on this well written humor piece?
 
We witnessed the outstanding character of Justice Kavanaugh during his testimony yesterday.
 
We witnessed the failure of an alleged accuser to provide any corroboration for her claims. In fact, her credibility was destroyed by the simple questions Rachel Mitchell asked of her.
 
While I truly believe he will destroy our fundamental rights with his interpretation of the constitution, to the victor goes the spoils.
 
How this translates into women hating Trump or the Republicans for generations is a bit of a mystery or how it will lead to a woman POTUS is even more untenable.
 
Kavanaugh is a threat to us all, not just women and I say this without qualifications.
 
Let this nation reap what the Democrats sowed.
 
Mustafa Kemal Added Sep 28, 2018 - 10:40am
Trial by popular opinion.
 
I just met a women yesterday who told me that watching Kavenaugh cry made her think that maybe he was innocent. When i combine this with Trump's dissappointment that Kavenaugh did not express more outrage, it has become clear to me. We dont need evidence,
 
we need more feelings.
 
Unfortunately, given the extent of this circus, there can be no doubt that he gets the position.  He has withstood the test of fire. Moreover, one might ask what he has learned about the American left from this experience and how it will tilt is judgement on the court. Blowback is a bitch. Better to choose battles you can win.
 
If this is the Democrats approach to the coming elections, without a major military or economic disaster, I see a very long  reality show ERA of President Trump. America is this the best we can come up with?
 
Mustafa
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 10:57am
In the end this was he said/she said.  It was a huge miscalculation from certain Democrats.  This woman (assuming some kind of incident did occur) made a very bad decision as a young person. A decision to go to a party with older guys and get drunk.  A bad situation could have been worse.
 
Again, assuming "something" happened her second mistake was not to report it at the time.  Presumably since she was a minor drinking and so she didn't want the ramifications at the time.  You can't undo the past and sometimes the past has a way of haunting us.  
 
Had she either come forward years earlier (when he was being considered for lesser judgeships) something less of a circus would have occurred.  
Even A Broken Clock Added Sep 28, 2018 - 11:03am
When Brett is on the Supreme Court, the legacy of his past behavior which will come out in gory detail over the next few months will haunt him for as long as he remains on the court. What is very disturbing is how his claims can in fact be valid (he remained a virgin beyond his days in college) and still be compatible with having perpetrated sexual assault without penetration in his past. And alcohol fuels this process.
 
He slid back his mask during his testimony. We saw the mean drunk without him being drunk.
Riley Brown Added Sep 28, 2018 - 11:10am
It will be interesting to see if we allow the accusations that can't be proved or disproved, from one woman about alleged behavior that is said to have taken place 36 years ago when he was a minor, will be allowed to destroy his career.
 
At the same time in California its now illegal for employers to consider an applicant's actual criminal convictions and prison time, unless they can prove the crimes they committed pose a very real current threat to their companies work or employees.  Even then they are not allowed to look at the criminal record until after they have offered the potential employee the job.
 
If Kavanaugh were applying for this job in Diane Finestine's own district and we knew he'd groped this women when he was 17, it would still not be legal for us to deny him a job as a judge 36 years later because of that.
 
Under the new Democratic standard everyone who did something stupid as a kid would be practically unemployable because employers could claim their moral flaws makes them undesirable employees.
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 11:13am
EAB unfortunately guys like this have skated on their desired image for years.  No I seriously doubt he was the choir boy and respect him less for trying to appear so.  Maybe he's trying to be something to his family that he never was.
 
In my day (which was about his day) guys that were athletic, popular and rich got away with quite a lot more, particularly when it came to guys than the nerds and "heads".  It might not be fair but its the age old pecking order in high school and college.
 
This woman should have come forward years ago. She should have expected and most certainly got a circus with many considering her the clown of the show.  
 
Life isn't always fair and adults should (but don't always) understand this.  I doubt she realizes that the Democrats just used her for their own means.  Now they will move on and she will be alone to deal with all the pieces.  Assuming the first incident occurred she's been "violated" twice.
Riley Brown Added Sep 28, 2018 - 11:49am
George, even if it's true, (and I do suspect the story but not the person is), I know it would not be unusually for women not to come forward at the time or even many years later.  Even women who are raped often stay silent for many reasons.
 
I don't agree with those who want to use this story to disqualify him for several reasons.  First the story lacks credibility, there are too many deals which are vague, even to by her own admission, including the date and place.   I don't have faith in her story or memory and this is an unprofitable allegation that may not even be true.
 
Second, she admits she went to a drinking party with boys when she was 15 and drank.  I put that in the irresponsible category, and expect that if she did that a few times, getting molested at one or more of the parties would be pretty normal and not say a lot about the character of the guy who molested her, 36 years later.
 
I did lots of stupid things when I was that young and fortunately never got in trouble.  I'd sure hate to lose a job now because someone found out behaved like an idiot back then. 
 
The whole reason we seal minors criminal records is because we know the stupid things many do as kids have nothing to do with the types of adults they grow up to be and don't want those stupid things to ruin their live later on.
 
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 12:47pm
This women either got really bad advise or would not listen to advise.  In the end it would be nothing more than a he said/she said and as Riley pointed out she put herself in a bad situation to begin with.
 
My sense again is that the Democrats just used her and never vetted what she said.  
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 28, 2018 - 12:56pm
Democrats just used her 
 
yes, but I suspect she was willing. We will learn more I am certain. If we will disqualify for groping a girl when he was a teenager there will be no one left. Except women. Stupidity has no partiality to gender
Ken Added Sep 28, 2018 - 1:18pm
It is amazing how many people here seem to forget the concept of "innocent until proven guilty".  Apparently all the leftist lawyer pundits and most of the democrats on the committee seem to have forgotten this principle as well.  An allegation is not a fact nor is it proof.  She not only offered no proof of her allegation but she couldn't even remember key details surrounding it.
 
Kavenaugh, on the other hand, provided quite a bit of exculpatory evidence that he couldn't have been the one who did it.  While it isn't 100% air tight, just the fact that he even had a 1982 calendar showing his summer activities was impressive.  Democrats tried to play the wrong person.
 
Whether he is a good or a bad justice is yet to be determined.  I am on record for saying I believe he is one of the worst choices on Trump's list of 25, but as far as character goes, I believe as much as you can prove a negative on something that didn't happen, he did.
 
As far as her, she was a pawn used by power hungry democrats.  I feel bad for her.  I also believe that something devastating may have happened to her while she was young.  I simply believe that she has absolutely the wrong person.
The Burghal Hidage Added Sep 28, 2018 - 1:23pm
I think she was gorked out on prescription pain killers.
Marty Koval Added Sep 28, 2018 - 1:25pm
The Supreme Court Judiciary Committee process we have witness over the last few day has been nauseating and represents the moral sickness of the USA.  People in this process at times were intentionally trying to destroy anyone who they disagreed with in favor of political points. These people strive on judging others with a different lens than they would judge themselves.
 
What these people were doing goes directly against what the Bible states in James 4:11-12 - Brothers and sisters, do not slander one another. Anyone who speaks against a brother or sister or judges them speaks against the law and judges it. When you judge the law, you are not keeping it, but sitting in judgment on it. There is only one Lawgiver and Judge, the one who is able to save and destroy. But you-who are you to judge your neighbor?
 
People who violate what James 4:11-12 states are sinning in the eyes of the Lord. Unless they repent their sinful ways that will be judge accordingly by Jesus Christ in the end times.
 
Their lies, rude and immoral behavior will not be forgotten. This process has been a very sad day for America .
 
Gerrilea Added Sep 28, 2018 - 1:41pm
Sorry Guys, I don't believe anything she said.  It was contrived, rehearsed and a "recovered memory".
 
I see it this way:
 
Her and her friends on the beach were drinking margaritas and concocted an excuse to stop Kavanaugh's SC appointment because they fear his rationalizations on many issues.  If she feared him so much why didn't she try to stop his appointment before he got on the DC circuit? Why didn't she press charges, even today there is no statute of limitations in Maryland.  If she wanted truth and justice, all she had/has to do was/is go to the police and sign a sworn statement.
 
First she was afraid of flying until it was shown she flies all the time. They offered to go to California and interview her, that wasn't good enough either. She then said she wanted it kept secret but SHE went to the press first. As a "clinical psychology professor" you'd think she had the resources, education and common sense to go through a forensic interview to protect herself and her name and to prevent the "circus" she intentionally created yet claimed she feared and didn't want.
 
One forensic interview could have PROVEN whether she was telling us the truth.
 
She is anything but a victim here, she's the perpetrator of an evil that has made a mockery of our nation and judicial process.
 
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 2:00pm
As I said she either got really bad advise or didn't listen.  This has turned into nothing but a circus and she being the circus clown.  If she'd been serious (assuming her charges were accurate) she should have used legal advise and had the investigative legwork done before she came out with the incident. 
 
Throughout any recent legal history he said/she said never ends well.  Did she simply think by writing this letter the confirmation would have been halted?
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 28, 2018 - 2:18pm
KAVANAUGH is being given the opportunity to withdraw. Its a save face move.
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 2:41pm
The "hearing" is over with.  The FBI doesn't investigate these kinds of crimes.  Its beyond the statue of limitations for the local police.  She has no forensic evidence.  I don't know much about this guy's politics and would probably not agree with much of what he believes in albeit I'd doubt much of what the SC does would ever impact me.
 
Send the guy for a vote.  Again she played a very bad hand and she was used either witting or unwittingly.  If it in fact happened while I feel sorry for her she went about her claim in a very wrong way.  35 year old accusations are very hard to prove without physical evidence.
 
When I was in college a bunch of wrestlers were accused of raping a girl (meaning multiple guys with one girl).  Very similar to this, a young girl in high school that got drunk at a college party.  It was a big affair on campus. It happened in 1980 and I can't remember the names of the guys involved. I can't even remember whether they were arrested.  Memories fade over time.  People forget their youth and become totally immersed in the struggles of being a parent and a working stiff.  
Dino Manalis Added Sep 28, 2018 - 2:53pm
 Kavanaugh is well-qualified, who knows what happened in high school and college, this should have been investigated a long time ago at the local level.  Kavanaugh has undergone six background checks, how many more does he need?  
Gerrilea Added Sep 28, 2018 - 4:13pm
George R--- There is no statute of limitations on rape in Maryland.
 
Clearly the Rethugs need to lose the mid-terms so they have plausible deniability when they don't implement the programs Trump was voted into office to do.
 
Like a clean repeal of Obamacare, building the wall, peace with Korea, Russian, Syria and the rest of the world...save the economic tariffs to restore our nation.
 
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 4:33pm
But she has never claimed rape.  She's even foggy and unclear on attempted rape.  Its a crime I guess that might fit in with some kind of molestation.  I would think attempted rape could bring up all kinds of grey areas.  If I show my you know what to a woman in public that's not considered attempted rape.  If I grab her sexually but let go when she objects is that attempted rape?
George N Romey Added Sep 28, 2018 - 4:47pm
Andrew Sullivan (just google his name) wrote a very good opinion piece on this situation.  Unfortunately because of the way this was handled everyone lost, including the American people can pissed off of how politicians fight like five year olds.
Neil Lock Added Sep 28, 2018 - 5:50pm
Uh-huh. What's the difference between Brett Kavanaugh and Julian Assange?
Jeff Michka Added Sep 28, 2018 - 6:21pm
Assange didn't rape the same women St Brett did?
Flying Junior Added Sep 28, 2018 - 10:45pm
Kamala Harris!
Flying Junior Added Sep 28, 2018 - 10:46pm
Uh-huh. What's the difference between Brett Kavanaugh and Julian Assange?
 
I wish there was a funny punch line to this.  It's such a great setup!
Mustafa Kemal Added Sep 28, 2018 - 11:43pm
"Uh-huh. What's the difference between Brett Kavanaugh and Julian Assange?"
 
"I wish there was a funny punch line to this."
 
How bout; Assange is in prison and Kavanaugh is headed to SCOTUS
 
 
Flying Junior Added Sep 29, 2018 - 12:47am
Better punch-line:
 
Assange got stung by two hot bitches posing as chamber-maids.  Now he can't travel anywhere in Europe or the U.S.
 
Kavanaugh tried to sting a little girl as a teenager.  Now that he has been made, he will never inhabit the chambers of the SCOTUS.
Jeff Jackson Added Sep 29, 2018 - 8:31am
Nice piece. Pointing fingers does not affirm guilt. There are enough holes to driver a truck through, like who took her home, when, where, all kinds of other things. If someone can make an accusation and not prove it, while it may be true, we cannot act upon it, as it does not meet legal criteria.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 29, 2018 - 11:15pm
@ Gurrilea." Dr R Green--- Might I be the first to congratulate you on this well written humor piece?
 
We witnessed the outstanding character of Justice Kavanaugh during his testimony yesterday.
 
We witnessed the failure of an alleged accuser to provide any corroboration for her claims. In fact, her credibility was destroyed by the simple questions Rachel Mitchell asked of her.
 
While I truly believe he will destroy our fundamental rights with his interpretation of the constitution, to the victor goes the spoils.
 
How this translates into women hating Trump or the Republicans for generations is a bit of a mystery or how it will lead to a woman POTUS is even more untenable.
 
Kavanaugh is a threat to us all, not just women and I say this without qualifications.
 
Let this nation reap what the Democrats sowed."
 
Thank you.
 
On your reference to character, I, too, saw his outstanding character and was frightened of the ignorance it portends for one aspiring to such high office. First, he cried too much; second, he was partisan; thirdly, he had no respect for the duly elected senator, fifth he had no respect for women senator; sixth, he thought he was so smart he could filibuster instead of giving senator to ask sufficient pointed questions.
I believe the lady. Indeed he will destroy our rights and cause a mini civil war, but if tyranny is the intention of the victor, should we roll over and aquiest? Do you inform your opinion in some sort of biblical sense that because the Democrats let perversion permeate, you agree that all people of the nation must pay?
 
You can read all the reports of the upcoming election outcome from the rising of the women if Kavanaugh is seated. Galvanized women will look towards electing a female.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 29, 2018 - 11:30pm
@Mustafa. Trial by popular opinion.
 
I just met a woman yesterday who told me that watching Kavanaugh cry made her think that maybe he was innocent. When i combine this with Trump's disappointment that Kavanaugh did not express more outrage, it has become clear to me. We don't need evidence,
 
we need more feelings.
 
Unfortunately, given the extent of this circus, there can be no doubt that he gets the position.  He has withstood the test of fire. Moreover, one might ask what he has learned about the American left from this experience and how it will tilt is judgment on the court. Blowback is a bitch. Better to choose battles you can win.
 
If this is the Democrats approach to the coming elections, without a major military or economic disaster, I see a very long reality show ERA of President Trump. America is this the best we can come up with?
 
On the weeping, I believe the long injustice ascribed to the weeping willow must now be corrected by ascribing weeping to Kavanaugh; thus, the WEEPING KAVANAUGH. What a demonstration of acting and improper self-characterization...all done at the behest of his handlers. If this is not his character and he is willing to debase himself for the position, he does not deserve it.
 
I believe the Democrats were deviously brilliant. "If we did not get ours, you will not get yours." For sure, if he, unlikely, gets the SJ position, women will have a hell of a time. Is a God-like vengeful SJ what we need? I do not see more of Trump if the weeping Kavanaugh gets the nod. Women will make their pink pussies jump--taking them to the polls and helping to elect the first woman president. The drawback is men's fear.

 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 29, 2018 - 11:32pm
@George. "In the end this was he said/she said.  It was a huge miscalculation from certain Democrats.  This woman (assuming some kind of incident did occur) made a very bad decision as a young person. A decision to go to a party with older guys and get drunk.  A bad situation could have been worse.
 
Again, assuming "something" happened her second mistake was not to report it at the time.  Presumably since she was a minor drinking and so she didn't want the ramifications at the time.  You can't undo the past and sometimes the past has a way of haunting us.  
 
Had she either come forward years earlier (when he was being considered for lesser judgeships) something less of a circus would have occurred.  "
 
In light of the new development, I believe a reframing of above is warranted.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 29, 2018 - 11:35pm
@Clock.
 
"When Brett is on the Supreme Court, the legacy of his past behavior which will come out in gory detail over the next few months will haunt him for as long as he remains on the court. What is very disturbing is how his claims can in fact be valid (he remained a virgin beyond his days in college) and still be compatible with having perpetrated sexual assault without penetration in his past. And alcohol fuels this process.
 
He slid back his mask during his testimony. We saw the mean drunk without him being drunk."
 
Excellent. He showed his true color. What will a lying SJ means for America is the pertinent question?
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 30, 2018 - 12:02am
@Riley.
'It will be interesting to see if we allow the accusations that can't be proved or disproved, from one woman about alleged behavior that is said to have taken place 36 years ago when he was a minor, will be allowed to destroy his career.
 
At the same time in California its now illegal for employers to consider an applicant's actual criminal convictions and prison time, unless they can prove the crimes they committed pose a very real current threat to their companies work or employees.  Even then they are not allowed to look at the criminal record until after they have offered the potential employee the job.
 
If Kavanaugh were applying for this job in Diane Finestine's own district and we knew he'd groped this women when he was 17, it would still not be legal for us to deny him a job as a judge 36 years later because of that.
 
Under the new Democratic standard everyone who did something stupid as a kid would be practically unemployable because employers could claim their moral flaws makes them undesirable employees."
 
 
Proving or disproving now takes a different turn given the new development. Beyond that is the misrepresentation of Weeping Kavanaugh (WK) in saying he was a virgin like Mother Theresa was.  He basically corroborated Ms. Ford. WK is no going for any old job, he is going for one that has life and death impact on people of the world. Hence, the irrelevance of legal protection for his youthful indiscretion. If he squatted flies, not a crime, it could have significance on some groups' view of how he would execute his job.
I disagree with your determination of the new Democratic standards. If an iota of improper action is leveled against a SJ, it must be investigated; if it is as grievous as the current one and was unfounded, the acuser should face major jail time.
 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 30, 2018 - 12:19am
@ George. "EAB unfortunately guys like this have skated on their desired image for years.  No I seriously doubt he was the choir boy and respect him less for trying to appear so.  Maybe he's trying to be something to his family that he never was.
 
In my day (which was about his day) guys that were athletic, popular and rich got away with quite a lot more, particularly when it came to guys than the nerds and "heads".  It might not be fair but its the age old pecking order in high school and college.
 
This woman should have come forward years ago. She should have expected and most certainly got a circus with many considering her the clown of the show.  
 
Life isn't always fair and adults should (but don't always) understand this.  I doubt she realizes that the Democrats just used her for their own means.  Now they will move on and she will be alone to deal with all the pieces.  Assuming the first incident occurred she's been "violated" twice."
 
Weeping Willow-Kavanaugh evidencing cognitive dissonance is a reason for suspecting him. He was nice guy on Fox and a tough as nail and weeping MF on the stand. Along with being a nerd, he played sport, meaning he was a jock. Jocks get girls. Giving the current status of the nominee, it may not be a circus with Ford as the leading thespian. The Democrats were deft in the move they made. Democrats must be smarter than my fellow Republicans.
What many are failing to consider is that in its inception, America strayed from Britain in its adoption of celebrity worship. They will elevate a celebrity as they will quickly tear him or her down.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 30, 2018 - 12:31am
@ Ken. 'It is amazing how many people here seem to forget the concept of "innocent until proven guilty".  Apparently all the leftist lawyer pundits and most of the democrats on the committee seem to have forgotten this principle as well.  An allegation is not a fact nor is it proof.  She not only offered no proof of her allegation but she couldn't even remember key details surrounding it.
 
Kavenaugh, on the other hand, provided quite a bit of exculpatory evidence that he couldn't have been the one who did it.  While it isn't 100% air tight, just the fact that he even had a 1982 calendar showing his summer activities was impressive.  Democrats tried to play the wrong person.
 
Whether he is a good or a bad justice is yet to be determined.  I am on record for saying I believe he is one of the worst choices on Trump's list of 25, but as far as character goes, I believe as much as you can prove a negative on something that didn't happen, he did.
 
As far as her, she was a pawn used by power hungry democrats.  I feel bad for her.  I also believe that something devastating may have happened to her while she was young.  I simply believe that she has absolutely the wrong person."
 
Fifty years ago or more, who here does not remember who took his or her virginity? It's harder to remember who gave you the first head job.
Pun aside, when I headed my job, I had to make purchases based on bids. Hence, I had to submit three bids. I wanted to purchase from joe, so I arranged it so he had the lowest bid or the best offer.  Therefore, if Ford's accusation were offered up for early investigation, it would have been investigated in a manner to ensure he got the job. The Democrats were wise. Who is to say ford was not in on it?
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 30, 2018 - 12:36am
@ George. "When I was in college a bunch of wrestlers were accused of raping a girl (meaning multiple guys with one girl).  Very similar to this, a young girl in high school that got drunk at a college party.  It was a big affair on campus. It happened in 1980 and I can't remember the names of the guys involved. I can't even remember whether they were arrested.  Memories fade over time.  People forget their youth and become totally immersed in the struggles of being a parent and a working stiff.  "
 
Do you remember your first sex job?
 
His or her name, the place, the position, who was on top of whom? Quite different if you are not an actor in the event. Sensual, rectal, and frontal muscles were involved. Quite different from the event you described.
 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Sep 30, 2018 - 12:48am
@Jeff. "Nice piece. Pointing fingers does not affirm guilt. There are enough holes to driver a truck through, like who took her home, when, where, all kinds of other things. If someone can make an accusation and not prove it, while it may be true, we cannot act upon it, as it does not meet legal criteria."
 
Thanks.
 
Shit has happened to me and I found myself walking across the street oblivious to traffic. Weeping-Willow Kavanaugh was trying to get one in a hole. OK.  am a 14-year-old girl, mom believes I am in church. However, a jock and a future junkie are trying to bore my hole. I fought off the MFs and escaped. Like you remember who took your virginity, she remembers who was behind the balls. " I will prove you a lying Bi.."  What numbers the hands of the clocks were pointing when yo excaped?
 
 
 
John Minehan Added Sep 30, 2018 - 1:21pm
My reaction to Kavanaugh was similar to something I observed once when I was a prosecutor, waiting for the judge to get through the civil docket:
 
Judge:  "I find your testimony incredible."
 
Civil Defendant: "Thank you, Judge."
 
Judge:  "No, that means I don't believe you!"   
Dr. Rupert Green Added Oct 1, 2018 - 6:27am
@John.
 
"My reaction to Kavanaugh was similar to something I observed once when I was a prosecutor, waiting for the judge to get through the civil docket:
 
Judge:  "I find your testimony incredible."
 
Civil Defendant: "Thank you, Judge."
 
Judge:  "No, that means I don't believe you!""
 
Weeping-Willow Kavanaugh was the most despicable display of condescendence I have ever seen.
 
Ken Added Oct 2, 2018 - 12:45am
Dr. Green, I find your comment incredible."
 
Weeping-Willow Dr. Green was the most despicable display of condescension I have ever seen.
 
It is astounding how there is no longer a presumption of innocence, even when there are absolutely NO facts and nothing corroborating behind the allegations.
 
BUT HELL!  AS LONG AS IT PUSHES THE LEFTIST AGENDA,  WHO THE HELL CARES, right?

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