Or The Politics of Destruction, as a recent Wall Street Journal editorial has it.
The Progressive-Democrats in Congress have sought out and brought up a second “witness” claiming a sexual assault by Judge and Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. This is a woman who couldn’t remember the alleged incident until six days of “recovery” with her lawyer. This is a woman whose own requests of her friends and alleged witnesses turned up exactly no one who could corroborate her claim—to a man, and to a woman, they all said they weren’t there and had heard nothing about it. This is a woman who confessed in her “story” that she was too drunk to know what was going on and couldn’t be sure the offending man (if he exists) was Kavanaugh.
Bork, then Thomas. Then teabaggers and astroturfers. Then Herman Cain. Now this.
This is the “freedom” we’ll have under [sic] a Progressive-Democrat Congress.
And an ugly unintended consequence: after Feinstein’s, Hirono’s, and Gillibrand’s shameless, artificially hysterical displays, how can any woman who claims sexual assault be believed—even if it happened?