On the show today, we discuss the story sweeping the media and turning “official Washington” on its head: the nearly 40-year-old allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. What happened in 1982, or some year around then, at a party or gathering somewhere in a giant county in Maryland, with either two or four alleged attackers? No one will ever know. Will these unprovable, and more importantly for liberals, un-disprovable, allegations derail the confirmation process?
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We now know the name of the accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. But we don’t have any more details. It’s unclear if even Ford knows the details since she can’t provide any.
For his part, Kavanaugh has unequivocally denied even being at a party anywhere near the vague description Ford has given. There will be a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday, with everyone under oath, so maybe we’ll get some answers then. But it seems unlikely since the accuser isn’t particularly clear on what she’s alleging.
It’s the Clarence Thomas hearings all over again, straight from the Democratic Party playbook; old, unprovable allegations “come to light” after a confirmation hearing and attempt to derail the process. It didn’t work before, but will it work now in a world where the #MeToo movement has been weaponized? Listen to the show to hear the case.
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