Segment On Brett Kavanaugh Goes Off The Rails And Ends With Discussion On White Suburban Women

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Former Freedom Watch President Bradley Blakeman got into a heated debate with left-leaning radio host Richard Fowler while discussing allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of groping her at a party back in high school and claimed he drunkenly tried to remove her clothing by force. Kavanaugh has denied the allegations.

“Here is what we have to do. We have to view this whole entire process with clear eyes and very carefully. Both Judge Kavanaugh and Professor Ford deserve due process,” Fowler said on “America’s Newsroom” Wednesday.

“I would urge Republicans, if they want to retain the United States Senate — having seven men question a woman who is making bombshell allegations is not a good look. It’s not good for the party.”

“It’s not about the look,” Blakeman replied. “It’s about the constitution and honoring the process.” (RELATED: Chris Christie Details How Kavanaugh ‘Bloodletting’ Hurts The Senate)

Folwer and Blakeman began to talk over one another, before Fowler said Kavanaugh should face his accuser under oath.


“I think he deserves the right to be heard. He deserves the right face his accuser. I think he has to do it under oath,” he said.

Fowler also said it was “reasonable” to request a full-scale FBI investigation into the alleged incident, despite it being over 35 years old and entirely unverified.

“I think it’s very reasonable,” Fowler said. “You have an impartial individuals look at this case or professionals and make a determination.”

“She is not entitled to determine the rules of the Senate or the Constitution,” Blakeman declared. “She is given an opportunity either she takes it or she doesn’t. She should not hijack the process.”

“This is why Republicans have a problem with white suburban women,” Fowler concluded.

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