Well you can’t say the left-wing didn’t give it all they had.
Desperate to derail Brett Kavanaugh, US President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, lefty politicians and their media mouthpieces threw their weight behind several uncorroborated accusations of sexual misconduct. Accusations that dated back to his high school and university years.
The left had been banking on the recent power of the #MeToo movement to paint Kavanaugh as a sexual deviant.
But in a sign the movement has peaked and that men (and women) are still innocent until proven guilty — not the other way around — Kavanaugh emerged scathed, but triumphant.
Following a week long FBI investigation into the unsubstantiated accusations, the Senate Republicans endorsed Trump’s pick, joined by one Democrat from West Virginia. In a sign of just how partisan the issue was, every other Democrat voted against his nomination.
Trump celebrates Kavanaugh’s victory
Trump celebrated the confirmation of his Supreme Court Justice at a political rally on Saturday night in Topeka, Kansas.
According to RAW, he condemned Democrats for their ‘shameless campaign of political and personal destruction’ against Kavanaugh.
Trump said he called Kavanaugh to congratulate him, which was greeted by cheers from the crowd.
Kavanaugh was sworn in as a justice on Saturday evening in Washington.
Speaking at the rally, RAW reports that Trump urged Kansas voters to send Republicans to Congress. Trump warned that ‘radical Democrats’ have become ‘an angry, left-wing mob’ and ‘too dangerous and extreme to govern.’
US midterm elections will take place on 6 November.
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