After Kavanaugh, How About Bill Clinton?

I guess there is a chance Judge Kavanaugh behaved appallingly all those years ago, but it does smell of a witch hunt to prevent Trump’s plans. For some time I have wondered what if Bill Clinton was hounded like Trump and his team? What if Slick Willy were to be similarly investigated?

From G. Edward Griffin….

Tucker Carlson shows and analyses the highlights of the testimony of Judge Kavanaugh who strongly denied all accusations of sexual misconduct and vowed that he will not quit despite intimidation tactics. Kavanaugh responded to the attack on his character by accusing Democrats of smearing him for political purposes, and damaging the process of appointing Supreme Court justices. Democrat Senator, Cory Booker, who has admitted to molesting a girl in high school, called Kavanaugh “evil”, and Senator Richard Blumenthal called him the “worst nightmare”. Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said that Kavanaugh would threaten the lives of millions of Americans for decades to come. These remarks made publicly have put Kavanaugh and his family’s lives in danger. See it all summarized here. -GEG

Tucker Carlson Delivers a Brilliant Analysis of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Tesitmony


3 Responses to “After Kavanaugh, How About Bill Clinton?”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Kavanaugh and the company he keeps.

    K was a close associate of Richard Mellon Scaife.


    Kavanaugh wrote the Report on Foster’s death and cleverly concealed evidence of Foster’s murder. For example, on page 89, he wrote that C2 [Knowlton] saw a briefcase “in a car with Arkansas plates” to imply that Knowton saw Foster’s car at the scene. Kavanaugh knew that Knowton insisted that he did not see Foster’s car and that he saw an older car of a different color.

    Reed Irvine told Kavanaugh that his report was “intellectually dishonest.”

    Miguel Rodriguez told Reed Irvine about Brett Kavanaugh and “the young aspiring people who I used to work with back in that office – who will, will say and do what they have to, to move up the ladder.”

    Kavanugh moved up the ladder after leaving the Office of Independent Counsel. He joined the White House staff of President George W. Bush and was later appointed by the President to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

  2. Workhouse says:

    Judge Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford has raised over $700,000 through multiple GoFundMe campaigns to cover “expenses” related to her testimony.

  3. Workhouse says:

    The new, deranged narrative of the America-hating media: If Brett Kavanaugh defends himself, he’s not qualified to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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