After California Senator Dianne Feinstein decided to come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct by one of her constituents against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the entire Democratic apparatus marched in lock-step.
It didn’t matter that the accuser in question can’t name the time or place when the 17-year-old Kavanaugh allegedly tried to disrobe her. It didn’t matter that Senator Feinstein knew of the allegation for months and only decided to reveal the information after Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. All that matters is that Democrats know they can delay Kavanaugh’s appointment as long as possible — until they presumably retake Congress following elections in November.
One of these Democrats is twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who has joined the chorus of “all women need to be believed no matter what.” No word yet from Clinton on whether or not this applies to Juanita Broaddrick.
Perhaps the most humorous part of this whole spectacle is the insistence by the Democratic Party that the FBI investigate the matter. This is ridiculous, considering the alleged crime falls squarely in the jurisdiction of the states. The problem is the accuser hasn’t so much as named the state she was in when the assault allegedly took place.
But, you know what the FBI can investigate? Corruption and abuses of power by high-ranking officials in the federal government…such as (just hypothetically) top-tier diplomats with substandard cybersecurity procedures.
~ Facts Not Memes