Female Privilege: Ruining A Man's Life With An Accusation

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'Male privilege. We've heard it time and again from the Left. The United States — the freest country on the planet — is run by a shadowy Patriarchy in which men get a leg up with a wink and the nod while women get raped on college campuses at astronomical rates and implicitly dismissed.

But this is untrue. Alternatively, may I suggest to you "female privilege" (to intentionally appropriate a term from the Left): the power a woman has to ruin a man's life with a mere allegation.

The latest politically-motivated shenanigans by Democrats surrounding the circus-like confirmation process of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are a distilled example of this, though thus far incomplete.

At the eleventh hour, Kavanaugh was accused of groping a woman at a high school party somewhere in Maryland at some time in 1982. And that's as specific as I can be. The accuser, a 51-year-old Palo Alto University psychology professor named Christine Blasey Ford, can't say for certain where this "attempted rape" took place and cannot produce a single person who can even corroborate her acknowledgment of the event before 2012, when she allegedly told her husband, and then told a therapist a year later. The therapist, mind you, has essentially been discredited by Ford. Her notes, which are without names, indicate that there were four males involved in the incident, though Ford now claims that there were only two: Kavanaugh and his classmate Mark Judge.'

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