By Loraine Aceto
Before starting this article, I state this opinion, as a “survivor” of sexual abuse myself: I 1000 percent believe Kavanaugh! As a “survivor,” only with no victim mentality, that’s why I strongly support the Second Amendment — women are more prone to attacks. Sexual assault is very wicked, and it’s sickening (believe this from a “survivor”!). Sexual assaults are to be dealt very seriously. However, sexual misconduct isn’t a “trend” and this hysterical witch hunt is so offensive towards those who have actually been attacked! Just because the left is adding all these emotional triggers, does not make me lose sight of common sense.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh: American attorney, jurist — United States circuit judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit — has been nominated to associate justice in the U.S. Supreme Court by U.S. President Donald Trump. The United States Court of Appeals: District of Columbia government website’s professional biography of Judge Brett Kavanaugh states after graduating Yale (Cum Laude and fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon member), Judge Kavanaugh became a clerk on the Supreme Court at the White House and following, he became a judge. Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s views: favors abortion restrictions; believes the ban of semi-automatic rifles doesn’t obey the Second Amendment; applies the Constitution as written; judges must interpret the law, not make the law; rejects net neutrality; Conservative/Republican.
That being said about who Judge Brett Kavanaugh is/what he stands for, what Kavanaugh’s going through to get confirmed is so condemnable! Just because people don’t agree with his politics, we have reached the lowest of the lows in attempt of trying to destroy Kavanaugh’s family and good name built on decades of hard work in an act of modern-day witch trials! If this whole situation of accusing Kavanaugh is not “political”, why are they attacking a man going into a government position open about his political views, and why was the information leaked three weeks before the confirmation hearing? Think about it. Coincidence?
As we may have heard, in the middle of his confirmation process, Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has recently been accused of a few sexual assaults more than 30 years ago in high school, all of which do not have solid evidence but emotion and 99.9 percent of bystanders reject/have never heard of these incidents. On Sept. 27, the Kavanaugh/Blasey Ford hearing was held. The following day, Kavanaugh was voted in and confirmed, 11-10! Another FBI Investigation was completed and proved innocence; after the six background checks just in case they may have missed something these many times, he has had an official background check — this was the seventh background check!
The left’s excuse now? “The FBI Investigation was not thoroughly done.” Well, officially trained professional FBI officials conducted this investigation, and here is your evidence! I don’t get the rage based on believing someone because of their gender and not from literally all of these facts and evidence — no matter what gender you are, look at the facts if you want equality.
The FBI Investigation said Kavanaugh did not ever do such thing. Period. On Friday, Oct. 5, Maine Senator Susan Collins voted to confirm Kavanaugh. Senator Collins was spot on, and her speech has made a terrific historic mark! Susan Collins, my girl! Her speech was so amazing and intelligent, with lots of research! She spoke the truth even while heads were exploding in the background! She was the final one to decide the fate and ultimately gave Kavanaugh enough support to be in the Supreme Court! The U.S. Senate has voted “YES” to advance the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh now has enough support to progress into Supreme Court. Kavanaugh has been confirmed. Period.
Kavanaugh had solid evidence. Blasey Ford had emotion and accusations (an understandably serious accusation), but where is her evidence if we want fairness? “The event described by Dr. Ford presumably happened on a weekend, because I believe everyone worked and had jobs in the summers, and in any event, a drunken early evening event of the kind she describes presumably happened on a weekend. If it was a weekend, my calendars show that I was out of town almost every weekend night before football training camp started in late August. The only weekend nights that I was in DC were, Friday, June 4, when I was with my dad at a pro-golf tournament, and had my high school achievement test at 8:30 the next morning,” Kavanaugh states. “If the party described by Dr. Ford happened in the summer of 1982 on a weekend night my calendar shows all but definitively that I was not there.”
Basic geography as well: “Dr. Ford has said that this event occurred at a house near Columbia country club, which is at the corner of Connecticut Avenue and Chevy Chase. In her letter to Senator Feinstein, she said that there were four other people at the house, but none of those people nor I lived near Columbia Country Club,” Kavanaugh claims.
More than six of Kavanaugh’s classmates/bystanders issued a statement that these assaults had never happened. “We can say with confidence that if the incident Debbie alleges ever occurred, we would have seen or heard about it — and we did not,” they said. “The behavior she describes would be completely out of character for Brett.” During the hearing, body language experts researched that when asked to provide information about the event, Dr. Ford didn’t look to the upper left or upper right (the area which our eyes naturally look to recollect memories). All of this evidence stated, he is confirmed innocent. Kavanagh: a good man with solid evidence.
We have seen a repeating of the godawful historic Salem Witch Trials modernized. One points a finger and says “witch!”; mass hysteria believes and burns the witch! Sound familiar? “The Crucible,” Arthur Miller’s famous play about the Witch Trials, came out in 1953, a time where liberals still cared about civil liberties, process of the right to face your accuser. The McCarthy hearings — a time the left despised until they “resisted” and created a witch hunt themselves. The mob (liberals) accuse a villager of witchcraft and the witch (Kavanaugh) denies it: Gasps! “He has to be a witch!” “Prove you’re not a witch according to my rhetoric mass hysteria!,” the mass hysteria says. The witch doesn’t fit their agenda of what a witch should be (political ideology) so take him down! Notice how all of the accusers are liberal and waited until he was nominated, just about to get voted in, to accuse him trying to destroy his career but Kavanaugh didn’t back down! “Not political”?! Think before you speak.
Come to find out, as well, according to Dr. Michael Savage’s website (American radio host and political commentator) sourced from The New York Post, news came out that, “Two men have come forward to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to claim that they are the ones who actually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford during a house party in 1982 — and not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.”