Senator Invokes Me Too Movement In Call To Delay Kavanaugh Vote

Article here. Excerpt:

'A Democratic senator and a Washington Post editor called Saturday for a delay in the confirmation vote for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after a woman accused Kavanaugh of an attempted sexual assault in high school.

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) invoked the Me Too movement to demand a thorough investigation, and the Post piece called for “the fullest possible airing” of the accusation.

Also on Saturday, a Washington Post editor who covered the controversial 1991 Senate hearings when then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas was accused of sexual misconduct called for “the fullest possible airing” of the accusation targeting Kavanaugh if the accuser is willing to come forward.

Sunday afternoon, a professor at Palo Alto University in California was revealed as the woman making the accusation. Christine Blasey Ford related the details of the alleged assault in an interview with The Washington Post.'

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... has clearly morphed into a political tool. Starting as a way to hold skeezy Hollywood producers to account for their wandering hands it has totally transmogrified into a partisan tool in the hands of the Feminists and Socialists United Party (ie, the Dems). I think the avg. voter sees through it pretty easily and will prob ignore it as a factor.

Sadly, by highjacking #MeToo, actual victims of skeeziness will now go unaided as the tool of condemnation has been diverted from skeezy producers to Boy Scout judges. Oy.

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