In the #Resistance era, no anti-Trump, anti-Republican smear piece is too shocking for the mainstream media to run with. As long as you’re bashing white men, Christians, conservatives, and other deplorables, you can go as far as you want, say anything you want, and lie as much as you want. That’s what the news business has become with Trump in the White House, and even USA Today – which is not nearly as bad as some other papers we could name – could not resist getting in on the action. We suppose that’s why they allowed sports columnist Erik Brady to write a piece on Brett Kavanaugh that insinuated he was no longer fit to coach high school girls’ sports.
“The U.S. Senate may yet confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court,” wrote Brady, “but he should stay off basketball courts for now when kids are around.”
In his opening statement on Thursday, Kavanaugh said that the Democratic Party smear campaign against his character may very well bring his coaching job to an end.
“I love coaching more than anything I’ve ever done in my whole life,” an emotional Kavanaugh said. “But thanks to what some of you on this side of the committee have unleashed, I may never be able to coach again.”
But according to Brady, that would be exactly appropriate. Since Kavanaugh has been accused of committing a sex crime (with exactly zero corroborating evidence) when he was 17, he should no longer be allowed around young girls? Would he DARE say that about a Democrat, under any circumstances? You don’t even need to answer that.
The fact is that Kavanaugh has been volunteering with girls’ basketball for years, and there has not been one accusation that he acted in any way inappropriately. There’s no reason to believe that he ever will. These charges against him by Christine Ford, Debbie Ramirez, and others are…well, they’re weak, there’s no other way to put them. Their own named witnesses simply shrug and say, “Yeah, we don’t recall any of that.” It’s a farce, a witch hunt, and a despicable attempt to ruin a man who might vote against their precious Roe v. Wade.
“Credibly accused sex offenders should not coach youth basketball, girls or boys, without deeper investigation,” Brady wrote.
Has Kavanaugh been “credibly accused?” What makes Ford credible? That she cried? That she is a doctor of psychology? Or is it just assumed that a woman is credible if she’s accusing a Republican?
It’s astounding. Democrats are now so enraged that they’re not even satisfied taking this man’s Supreme Court nomination away. They want to break up his marriage, impeach him from district court, and, if at all possible, put him behind bars. That’s how much they hate Trump and that’s how desperate they are to protect the American abortion industry.
We need a red wave this November and we need it bad.