American Elephants

It’s Not Possible In Democrat Eyes For Anyone to Be Guiltless by The Elephant's Child

Christine Blasey Ford’s whole story is falling apart. Nobody can confirm any of her stories about the party, including the woman who was her best friend. She said the other person at the party was Leland Keyser, who through her attorney says she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where Kavanaugh was present, with or without Ford. She said she had no knowledge of a supposed 1982 party or the accused Brett Kavanaugh. She does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and has no recollection of the incident in question.

The Senate Judiciary Committee reportedly met with two men who think that they assaulted Christine Blasey Ford, not Brett Kavanaugh. the committee staff had a second interview with the man. The committee has received testimony from a former boyfriend of Ford’s who says that he saw Ford giving instruction to another woman on how to manage and defeat a polygraph test. (Polygraphs are not admissible as evidence in a court of law.) The Rachel Mitchell testimony (she is the very experienced sex-crimes prosecutor from Maricopa County, Arizona) finds Ford’s testimony lacking. Newspapers did not publish any information about Mitchell’s testimony.

Ford’s story about the “second door” to her house has fallen apart as well. The> including the second door was completed under a building permit granted in 2008. From 1993 to July 2007 Dr, Sylvia Randall listed this address for her practice of psychotherapy, including couples therapy, until her move to Oregon in 2007.

We already know that she lied about her “fear of flying”. With Ford’s testimony falling apart, Democrats tried for the temperament thing, and that didn’t go over because it’s silly, so the Democrats are in hot pursuit of the idea of perjury, in that Kavanaugh lied in his testimony about his drinking at Yale, or somewhere or anywhere. Guy Benson at Townhall refutes Schumer’s speech and his hypocritical political speech on the whole process.

Democrats just cannot believe that anyone does not have a whole viable case of reprehensible actions just waiting to be discovered, and by golly, they are going to find the thing that will suffice to dump him, and force Trump to choose somebody else, so they can start this whole circus all over, keeping a Conservative off the Court until Democrat regain their well-deserved control over the lives of ordinary Americans.

About the Politics of Personal Destruction by The Elephant's Child


I just blamed what we have called the Trump Derangement Syndrome on Kathy Griffin’s severed head stunt, which demonstrated that there were no barriers of truth, taste, or decency for Democrats — they were now free to attack in any way they chose, a “can you top this” contest in which you got brownie points for being disgusting. Anything goes in the battle to attack Trump.

You wouldn’t go far astray in suggesting that Minority Leader Charles Schumer is the “Kathy Griffin” of the Senate.

“The Democrats have suddenly lost interest in the sexual assault claim that they claimed was central to Judge Kavanaugh’s fitness to serve on the Supreme Court? We’re now in the “temperament”phase. Judge Kavanaugh’s visible and justifiable anger at having his reputation destroyed, his years of public service attacked and his family publicly attacked — supposedly showed that he did not have the temperament to serve on the Supreme Court.  One is supposed to remain passive while his life is being destroyed publicly before the whole nation? simply for political gain. They are now hot on the trail of what might be a case of Judge Kavanaugh’s throwing ice at someone.

Victor Davis Hanson writes:

Conventional wisdom suggests that, if confirmed, Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh forever will be “smeared” and stained by past frenzied unfounded allegations of sexual assault.

Yet the opposite just as well may be true. As a Supreme Court justice, Kavanaugh would have withstood every imaginable smear and slander and yet stayed defiant in defending his character and past, proof of both his determination and principles. His near-solitary rebuttal to his Senate accusers may suggest that Kavanaugh could prove to be among the most fearless justices on the Court.

Indeed, the only lasting effect, if any, of the serial smears lodged against him might be that in the future, as in the case of Justice Thomas, Kavanaugh would be essentially immune from progressive media attacks. What he went through likely has inoculated him from the Georgetown-party-circuit syndrome of conservative Supreme Court judges’ eventually becoming more liberal by the insidious socialization within the larger D.C. progressive media, political, and cultural landscape.

Incidentally, contrary to popular opinion, Clarence Thomas hardly remains under a permanent cloud after his ordeal. What stopped further Robert Borking for a while was the resistance and pushback of Clarence Thomas. Far from being ruined by unproven charges, he resisted the mob, got confirmed, and thereby established a precedent that innuendo, ipso facto, would not derail a nominee. For three decades, Thomas has not been regarded as suspect by most Americans but is seen as inspirational for his courage in facing down character assassination.

Christine Blasey Ford’s story continues to fall apart. Nothing in her entire testimony seems to be supported by actual evidence. Those she claimed were with her have denied it. The “second door” thing turned out to be false. She is not a practicing psychoanalyst, she has never completed the requirements of the State of California for certification. Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has renewed his requests “for material evidence relevant to allegations of sexual assault … as the Senate exercises its constitutional responsibility of advice and consent for a judicial nomination. I urge you to comply promptly with my requests.”

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