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Judge Kavanaugh Deserves Presumption of Innocence

Sedona AZ (September 25, 2018) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor:

Editor,

Proving innocence and legally maneuvered political ‘Gotcha’ questions are close cousins and can be used to entrap anybody. This is not rocket science, it is actually why our Legal System had the ‘Presumption of Innocence’ interwoven into our Constitution and amplified in the Fifth Amendment [The Bill of Rights].

It is not always impossible to prove innocence. I know because it happened to me. Someone in my home town claimed to have positively identified me in a crime, but I was in the Army over 2000 miles away! It’s pretty simple when you can just check the Duty Roster, however if I had been in the area, proving innocence could have been hard and maybe impossible.

Hypothetically set-up a scenario verifying that someone – maybe even Dianne Feinstein – in her college days had gone on spring break. If you can actually place her at a particular location the rest is easy, then you make up a story about her and some wild partying. Drugs, booze, and claim something like…‘She passed out naked and a line of men used her.’ Now, let her prove that it never happened; it has been a few years and memories can easily get selective.

A possibility in the Dr. Ford case? Could be a ‘Vengeance Vendetta’ with Dr. Ford trying to get even with Brett Kavanaugh because his mother, a judge, actually ruled against Dr. Ford’s parents a long time ago. What an opportune moment.

After it started the massive support she (Dr. Ford) has been handed on a silver platter by the Democrats, the Entertainment industry, a list of Republicans and the Mainstream and Social Media. If that is the case, who would know if we are stupid enough to think Kavanaugh is guilty unless proven innocent.

Dale Gohr
Clarkdale, Arizona USA

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32 Comments

  1. Jan Levine says:

    The disgusting display of the Democrats in this pitiful mockery of our system of government and justice sickens me and my entire extended family including many who are supporters of Bernie Sanders. A big family get together in San Anselmo that numbered more than 50 and ages from young teens to WWII oldsters find all believe it’s an orchestrated power play funded by deep pockets of radicals. Radicals do not represent our party and if the centrists and the conservative Democrats don’t find their voices calling this theatrical witch hunt a bogus fight, we will #walkaway until the Democrats believe in America and its people first too. You all act like Russians or like the Chinese. I want the Democrats investigates for their role in promoting Russia and China above America.

  2. PAJ McIlroy says:

    I sympathize with the woman but that her husband and her family and friends didn’t show up to support her said volumes. She wants attention and sympathy, I hope she gets more professional help that’s good for her. What about her troubled work history? The fact she fabricated a fear of flying when in fact she flies all the time even for her own pleasure? Too much points to her having truth issues. The fact everyone including her best friend said under oath that it never happened speaks to her troubled life.

    His professional life has been praised by Democrats and he deserves to be believed. I do.

  3. Terri says:

    @PAJ. A major life event & no family & no friends supported her is a seriously wicked personal review & you’re right & I missed it until you said it. Why does Dr Ford talk in a 15 year old sounding voice (shocked to see what she really looked like !!!) when she’s almost 60??? SHE’S GOT SEVERAL GO FUND ME SITES !!! No cred.

  4. Sedona Larry says:

    @Jan

    Judge Kavanaugh and is he telling the truth? Questioned by Democrat Corey Booker who admitted to molesting a young girl !! Booker along with Democrat Senator Blumenthal who lied over and over about serving in Vietnam when he didn’t (pissed a lot of real vets off) and Senator Feinstein the woman who threw Dr Ford a woman in need of additional psychiatric care under a bus, well let me think, okay done, I decided that I will write checks for your Democrat opponents in the next election. (Deleted by Editor)

  5. Doug, VOC says:

    Senate, confirm Kavanaugh.

  6. Ashlyn says:

    Circus circus

  7. AEH says:

    My god a national news did program today on “I protested abortion clinics and now I work at one” and WTF makes that NEWS ?? How about “I changed my position on abortion” and offer equal viewpoints of pro and con ? That’s newsworthy because it offers both sides. The other isn’t news, it’s propaganda.

  8. Scott says:

    If you had sex in high school than you will be charged as having sex with a minor. Names please.

  9. Grohoski says:

    America is divided by rabid flesh eating Democrats and Kavanaugh was right to be angry at not just one false accusation but many false ones PLUS the entire democrat party jumping on his body raping him, his wife, his young daughters and his mother and other family!

  10. Denise in Sedona says:

    Jeff Flake should not ever run for office again. He is a weak man who doesn’t know how to tell an ignorant woman that her words are misdirected as she yells at him in an elevator for TV media set-up because she should contact appropriate authorities if she has a complaint and be sure to ask her congressional representatives to be made aware. He needs to vote for Judge Kavanaugh and clear his name . . Flake helped smudge his name with his lack of support knowing Chris Coons would never do the same for Flake if his
    role reversed (hey Flake missed that Coons already refused him with Coons NO vote to get out of committee).

    Witch Feinstein is a hypocrite and leaked Dr. Ford’s name . . what a specious woman who trashed another one in her quest for power and she should resign. As a woman I am ashamed of and by her.

  11. @ Denise says:

    Both are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Did you forget what our County used to stand for?

    I hope you haven’t sat in a jury with that attitude and I hope our paths never cross. You are one far right opinionated creature.

  12. Nicole says:

    Another opinion? Wanna try this? This pathetic woman, Dr. Ford, quite possibly at the age of 15 had a crush on Brett Kavanaugh and he didn’t pay attention to her so after all these years and in spite of her own success she is a classic example of the phrase Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned? Why mention making eye contact several times with Mark Judge hoping he would be jealous and Judge never was or will be? And why mention seeing Judge several times on purpose at the Safeway in the school years after? Just sayin.

  13. Bill, west Sedona says:

    Anyone let me repeat ANYONE taking issue with the Kavanaugh confirmation is a traitor to American democratic institutions. He’s being investigated for the 7th time, he’s taught at Harvard, graduated Yale, and the most the Democrats could find was a case of NON RAPE OR CLOTHING REMOVAL in high school.

    Democrats you better watch what you accuse will come back to you. Karma.

    I’m offended by Democrats. All Democrats. You are racists and bigots and xenophobes.

  14. Elaine, Sedona says:

    @billwestsedona think you meant to say NO clothing removal buddy (she never had a single item come off) suspicious don’t ya think?

  15. Leila Anderson, Phoenix says:

    Swetnick former boyfriend filed suit against her 10 years ago and so did her former employer named Webtrends for she lied about sexual harassment. Swetnick may be a compulsive liar and sociopath and no one believes her not even the Democrats who want her to go away and be quiet because Ford and she share same lawyer Avonetti

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/kavanaugh-accuser-julie-swetnick-faced-own-misconduct-allegations-at-past-job-with-tech-firm-reports

  16. Cap Vosselder says:

    Our country doesn’t need to be controlled by sexual innuendo. Reminds me of Hollywood in the 40ies. Kavanaugh is excellent man, was promoted by Democrats, he needs to be confirmed. Stop the sickness.

  17. EarlyRiser says:

    @gohr appreciated the chance to hear your thoughts

  18. Bob says:

    what’s the husband and the parents do for a living?

  19. Ted Sedona says:

    @Bob Do your own research about Blasey family. Be interested to hear about it. (Deleted by Editor)

  20. Brad says:

    Just got my one millionth request from Ann Kirkpatrick for money. Why is she still running for office when she was voted out once before because she did a lousy job and she’ll still continue to do a lousy job if elected Again!!?? Arizona can’t afford to send her high tax and Anti-Arizona’s best interests back to DC. Can’t the Democrats come up with anybody for tickets other than retreads and morons?

  21. Denton says:

    Today’s best bet
    Surfrider To keep our freedoms Is to vote no to any Democrat.

  22. Jodi says:

    YES YES YES Welcome Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh. Democrats hatred of America won’t be tolerated.

  23. @Jodi says:

    YAHOO JODI. TOTALLY AGREE. (just sorry I won’t still be around 25 years from now when the “real” story surfaces That Dr. Ford was paid a ton of $$$$$ for exposing her 25 year alleged secret! )

  24. Ramona Joyner, Richland says:

    Can’t tell you how many white men’s wives and mothers of white children aren’t voting democrats. Democrats hate white people and are biased against all and that’s proven by these hearings.

  25. Let the backlash begin!! says:

    Collected BEFORE the Vote:

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/fundraising-efforts-to-unseat-susan-collins-surpass-3-million

    Go to your Primary, vote Democrat, Vote Woman, organize for the rest of the year and prepare to take over!

  26. NO Demoncrats says:

    NO to Democrats, NO to Socialists, NO to Progressives, NO to Democratic Socialists, NO to National Socialists.

    They think they can spend YOUR money better than you can.

    Repeal the 19th amendment. Stop the insanity.

  27. DUCEY OUT says:

    Our Governor has already stated he will ignore our votes on Prop 127 and feed the ravenous electric utilities by allowing them to pay a small fine. That was passed months ago.

    Ducey should go work for APS. I’m certain he will benefit. He is not a defender of the people. Vote Democrat or Independent.

    https://tucson.com/news/local/even-if-arizona-voters-pass-prop-ducey-and-aps-came/article_cfbae65b-81eb-55a8-bb1b-abea0ac1cb50.html

    He needs to be held accountable for this.

    https://tucson.com/news/local/arizona-s-prop-undermined-by-change-in-ballot-description-supporters/article_8a349683-4f93-5398-b858-5caabce007fb.html

    A key aide to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich altered the ballot description of the renewable energy initiative, Proposition 127, adding a phrase that’s been heavily used in opposition advertising.
    Down the line , they go. ACCOUNTABILITY.

  28. JT says:

    https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/in-the-news/chris-farrell-fords-ex-boyfriend-blew-up-her-testimony/

    Dear America, You’re lying to yourselves if you believed her. She was never credible except to fools and the morally corrupted.

  29. Dems & Reps both fooled! says:

    What You Don’t Know About Brett Kavanaugh Can And Will Hurt You

    By Chuck Baldwin
    October 11, 2018

    Conservatives and Christians are wildly ecstatic that Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the newest justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. To hear all of the euphoria over Kavanaugh’s confirmation, one would think that he was heralding the Second Coming. He’s not. But his appointment does herald other things—many of them BAD.

    First, let me briefly discuss the Democrat and Republican rancor that was put on public display during the confirmation hearings. As I have tried to point out to the American people over the past several decades, the entire left-right, liberal-conservative, Democrat-Republican paradigm is pure propaganda. It is nothing but public theater. Both parties use the “us vs. them” demagoguery as a way to keep their constituents who buy into the charade happy enough to keep electing and reelecting them to public office.

    To use an analogy that many sports fans can identify with right now, the Democrat-Republican rivalry is tantamount to the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox rivalry. Each side is cheering like crazy for their team and rabidly booing the other team. But both teams are playing the same game; they are throwing and hitting the same ball; and they are running the same bases. It’s pure entertainment. And that’s what the two major parties in Washington, D.C., are doing. They root and cheer for their party and boo and hiss the other party, but they are playing the same game. It’s pure entertainment.

    All of the theatrics surrounding Kavanaugh’s confirmation was nothing more than political posturing for the November elections by both parties. I promise you, had Kavanaugh been appointed by a Democrat president, the same game would have been played, except the two sides would have switched uniforms. The fix was in: Kavanaugh was going to be confirmed, and everyone inside the Beltway knew it. It was all a show, folks. Now, Republicans have a “win” in which to motivate constituents to go vote November 6, and Democrats have a “loss” in which to motivate constituents to go vote November 6.

    The left-right rivalry is pure theater. It’s not about the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, truth, freedom or the American way; it’s all about political power. Oh, there might be a handful of hardcore liberals and conservatives who are truly driven by ideology, but what drives the vast majority of these miscreants—otherwise known as politicians—is power: pure, unabashed, raw power.

    The other thing that the Democrat-Republican phony rivalry does is obfuscate the really important developments that are taking place that neither party wants the American people to know about.

    For example, while most Americans were transfixed on Brett Kavanaugh’s version of Peyton Place (did I really say that? One must be at least 50 to even remember that TV series) on CNN and FOX News, they didn’t notice that Israel manipulated the Syrian shoot-down of a Russian aircraft that took the lives of 15 Russian airmen, and in retaliation Russia delivered several S-300 missile defense systems to Syria. They didn’t notice that the GOP and Donald Trump passed a massive $854 billion spending bill that fully funds Planned Parenthood and fetal tissue research. They didn’t notice that the government’s annual spending report came out and Trump and the GOP exploded the federal deficit by over $1 trillion. I could keep going, but you get the point.

    Before continuing, let me briefly digress to point out one of the most egregious hypocrisies of President Trump and Republicans in the U.S. Senate: How was it that Trump and the GOP sat back and did absolutely nothing to assist Judge Roy Moore when he was accused of decades-old sexual improprieties? Trump and the GOP left Judge Moore to be devoured by the wolves but then came to a ferocious defense, like a hornet’s nest defending its queen, when Kavanagh was accused in similar fashion. Why? Huh? Why?

    And not only did the “she said, he said” circus that passed for confirmation hearings for a U.S. Supreme Court justice obfuscate serious developments on the national and international stage, it also obfuscated Brett Kavanaugh’s REAL record.

    Confirming (or voting for) a judge should be all about his or her fidelity to upholding the U.S. Constitution. For a judge, nothing is as important as that. And the plain truth is, Judge Kavanaugh’s report card on defending the Constitution is a big, fat “F.”

    I have already pointed out in previous columns that Kavanaugh is an “enemy” of the Fourth Amendment. And that accusation is made by many legal scholars, including Judge Andrew Napolitano. Kavanaugh helped create the Patriot Act that has done more to trample the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution than any act ever passed by Congress.

    Judicial Watch founder, attorney Larry Klayman, wrote this:

    Judge Kavanaugh either has no respect for the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution, or he was unethically attempting to curry favor with the Republican establishment, exemplified by former President George W. Bush and his administration, which Kavanaugh had worked for as staff secretary in the White House Counsel’s office. President Bush and his Vice President Dick Cheney, not coincidentally, had also put in place this mass surveillance, using September 11 as the pretext.

    Kavanaugh obviously understood that his aspirations to someday become a Supreme Court justice would depend on his close ties to this Republican Bush-Cheney establishment, who would someday, if the chance arose, push for his nomination. And, indeed this came to pass in the last weeks, after Kavanaugh’s mentor who he clerked for in his early career, Justice Anthony Kennedy, announced his retirement from the Supreme Court. The swamp creatures of this slimy Republican establishment . . . pushed The Donald to name Kavanaugh as the next SCOTUS justice.

    But as far as most conservatives and Christians are concerned, the Fourth Amendment doesn’t exist. It is the invisible Bill in the Bill of Rights. But it’s even worse than that. Not only do most conservatives and Christians not care about defending the Fourth Amendment, they are actually some of the most radical enemies of the Fourth Amendment. No wonder they like Brett Kavanaugh so much.

    The Hill reports:

    President Trump said Monday that he’s directed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to provide federal assistance to the city of Chicago to limit gun violence and suggested the city implement the controversial practice of “stop and frisk.”

    “We want to straighten it out and straighten it out fast. There’s no reason for what’s going on there,” Trump told law enforcement officials at a convention for the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

    Trump said he’s urging Chicago officials to “strongly consider stop and frisk.”

    “It works, and it was meant for problems like Chicago,” Trump said, garnering applause from the audience.

    Trump’s “stop and frisk” procedures are quintessential Police State machinations. Only anti-Constitution, rabid Police State lawyers like Rudy Giuliani support such practices.

    Yet, when Trump promotes the Hitlerian/Stalinesque “stop and frisk” procedures, his law enforcement audience—comprised of many Christians and conservatives—roar their enthusiastic support.

    I’m telling you again: The Fourth Amendment is dead to most Republicans, Christians and conservatives. In fact, there wasn’t a single Republican senator—not even Rand Paul, the libertarian-leaning son of liberty champion Ron Paul—who even dared to broach the subject of Kavanaugh’s pathetic anti-Fourth Amendment record. The only senator from either party who called Kavanagh out for his many Police State rulings was Montana’s Democrat senator, Jon Tester.

    The Hill reports:

    [Montana U.S. Senator Jon] Tester focused on [Brett] Kavanaugh’s judicial record rather than sexual assault allegations made against the nominee.

    Tester spoke about researching the candidate deeply, finding a few issues that he felt were disqualifying for his vote, including his involvement in mass surveillance and the Patriot Act as two issues that violate the 4th Amendment.

    I am not endorsing Senator Tester, of course, but I am pointing out the fact that Tester accurately addressed the singular issue upon which any court justice (or any elected office holder, for that matter) should be primarily judged: his or her fidelity to the U.S. Constitution (albeit, I seriously doubt that Tester would have been so concerned about the Constitution had the Supreme Court nominee been appointed by a Democrat President). But all of the theatrics surrounding the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings thoroughly obfuscated this most-important issue from public debate or public attention.

    Neither did Judge Kavanaugh take a position against Obamacare, but used an obscure law to turn Obama’s “healthcare” law into a government “tax” to make it more palatable. In the Washington Examiner, Philip Klein writes:

    Though nobody would question his credentials, there’s fear among a subset of conservatives that as a Washington insider and former Bush administration lawyer, Kavanaugh could turn out to be overly cautious and fearful about upsetting elites, thus upholding unconstitutional laws and sustaining bad precedents.

    Though Kavanaugh’s hundreds of decisions in a dozen years as an appellate judge have been broadly conservative (particularly when it comes to reining in the regulatory state), there is one decision in particular that has divided conservatives — his dissenting opinion in an Obamacare case brought to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in 2011. This has triggered a debate over whether Kavanaugh could be another Chief Justice John Roberts, who the Right still does not forgive for upholding Obamacare.

    In the Seven-Sky v. Holder case, a forerunner to the landmark Supreme Court ruling, a three judge panel decided 2-1 that Obamacare’s individual mandate was constitutional. While Kavanaugh dissented from the main opinion, he did not go as far as declaring Obamacare unconstitutional. Instead, he argued that the court was not yet in a position to hear the case, because under an arcane 19th-century law known as the Tax Anti-Injunction Act, courts could not hear challenges to a tax that had not been collected yet, and thus any decision would have to wait until 2015, when taxpayers had to file mandate penalties for the first time. In summary, Kavanaugh didn’t uphold Obamacare, but he did not take the opportunity to strike it down, either.

    Furthermore, Judge Kavanaugh believes that a sitting President (ANY President) is exempt from criminal investigations and even civil suits. From Politico:

    Kavanaugh’s allies note that the 2009 Minnesota Law Review article he wrote addressing such subjects advocates for a congressional statute that would exempt the president from civil suits while in office, as well as immunizing him from criminal investigation and prosecution. He does use some pretty strong language about the prospect of a criminal trial of a sitting president, saying it would “cripple the federal government”—an assessment that one could imagine leading a Supreme Court justice to step in to avert such a prospect.

    Earlier in the panel discussion, helpfully preserved for eternity by C-SPAN, Kavanaugh refers to the issue as “a question that has been a lurking constitutional issue for a long time which at some point here should be resolved so we can determine whether the Congress or an independent counsel should investigate the president when his conduct is at issue.”

    “I tend to think it has to be the Congress,” Kavanaugh added, presaging the views he would offer in more detail in his law review article a decade or so later. Democrats are expected to press Kavanaugh hard on the topic at his confirmation hearings, arguing that Trump picked him as a kind of insurance policy against potential negative developments in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia probe.

    Some scholars are of the view that a president could be indicted while in office, but could not be tried until he vacated the office, whether by impeachment, resignation or because his term expired. But the most recent Justice Department opinion, which is likely binding on Mueller’s office, says that even a sealed indictment of the president would be impermissible.

    But Democrats did NOT “press Kavanaugh hard on the topic at his confirmation hearings,” did they? Instead, they focused on the accusations of sexual misconduct from over thirty years ago. Why didn’t they press Kavanaugh on his assertion that presidents are exempt from legal accountability? Because they want to reserve the same protections from criminal or civil accountability for future Democrat presidents, that’s why. Neither party in Washington, D.C., wants to be held accountable for crimes against the Constitution or other acts of illegality.

    The Kavanaugh confirmation all but forever seals the deal that Robert Mueller’s investigation—or any other independent investigation against a sitting President—will never be allowed to have any teeth. And always remember that this is the same guy—Brett Kavanaugh—that helped cover up the government’s murder of Vince Foster during the administration of President Bill Clinton.

    Joel Skousen wrote:

    The Vince Foster cover-up wasn’t a simple case of an erroneous conclusion based upon weak evidence. This was a full blown conspiracy to intimidate witnesses that proved the official version was a lie. As Starr’s deputy, there is no way that Kavanaugh could not have known that there was a cover-up and conspiracy going on.

    Kavanaugh will always be subject to the blackmail of “you knew what Starr did to Patrick Knowlton , and you went along with it.” That also implies a more lethal threat of “you know what they did to Vince Foster when he got cold feet about protecting the Clintons.”

    Tim Brown wrote more about Kavanaugh’s collusion in the cover-up of Vince Foster’s murder.

    And let’s not forget that Trump is personally beholden to Kavanaugh for a judicial ruling back in 2012 regarding the attempted unionization of Trump Entertainment Resorts. Again, The Hill has the story:

    President Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in 2012 sided with the future U.S. president’s casino in a case over unionization, Bloomberg reported.

    Kavanaugh threw his weight behind Trump Entertainment Resorts’ successful attempt to end a unionization effort at one of its casinos six years ago.

    He voted with two other Republican-nominated judges on the D.C.-based federal appeals court to set aside an order by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that would have required the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in New Jersey to bargain with the United Auto Workers.

    And listen to this:

    Kavanaugh worked for Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel who investigated former President Clinton. He once argued that a president could be impeached for lying to his staff or misleading the public.

    He later recanted this stance after observing the discord caused by Clinton’s impeachment, saying presidents should not be indicted or distracted by investigations while holding the office.

    No wonder Donald Trump wanted Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court.

    But that’s not all. Trump has very close financial ties to retired Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Come to find out, Kennedy’s Deutsche Bank gave Trump over $1 billion in loans when no other bank would do so due to Trump’s numerous financial failures. It seems that Trump encouraged Kennedy to retire, promising to appoint Kennedy’s protégé, Brett Kavanaugh, to replace him. Talk about backroom deals!

    And for the pro-life Christians and conservatives who believe that Kavanaugh is going to help overturn Roe v Wade, they are living in a fantasy world. NPR reports:

    Republican Sen. Susan Collins says Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh told her he views the landmark abortion rights ruling Roe v. Wade as “settled law.”

    That assurance, made during a Tuesday morning meeting in the Maine senator’s office that lasted more than two hours, likely goes a long way toward securing a key vote for Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

    Collins supports abortion rights and made sure to point out she viewed the 1973 decision as “settled law” in her initial reaction to the news that abortion rights swing vote Anthony Kennedy was retiring from the Supreme Court.

    “We talked about whether he considered Roe to be settled law,” Collins told reporters after the meeting. “He said that he agreed with what Justice Roberts said at his nomination hearing, at which he said that it was settled law.”

    I realize that many conservatives and Christians have been bamboozled into believing that Donald Trump is some kind of superhero who is engaged in a deep, gallant conspiracy with other covert superheroes to dismantle the Deep State, but it’s all an illusion. Trump is not a superhero working to dismantle the Deep State. He himself is a Deep State toady; and so is Brett Kavanaugh.

    Kavanaugh will indeed make some conservative rulings as a Supreme Court justice. That by itself is no indication that Kavanaugh is not a compromised shill for the Deep State. Many big-government Deep State toadies are known as “conservatives.” In fact, “conservatives” are often the first ones to trample the Fourth Amendment and facilitate America’s burgeoning Police State. And given Kavanaugh’s track record, he is the perfect “conservative” to continue the Deep State’s assault on our Fourth Amendment liberties.

    Believe me, what you don’t know about Brett Kavanaugh can and will hurt you.

    https://chuckbaldwinlive.com/Articles/tabid/109/ID/3793/What-You-Dont-Know-About-Brett-Kavanaugh-Can-And-Will-Hurt-You.aspx
    © Chuck Baldwin

  30. Mary C says:

    But, but, we have to believe the victim. We have to believe her, she is a woman, women never lie. All the democrap senators believed her.

    Ballsy-Fraud should be put in jail.

  31. Josh says:

    @JT

    Your wrong and seem you are angry and stupid as well.
    You are a mindless lemming

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