Eliminating Judge Brett Kavanaugh; The Nuclear Sex Option By Mrs Vera West

     Although Chris Knight and Charles Taylor (in Florida) cover the US political scene and its significance for the West, I feel some comment is required on the present controversy over the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court. The latest revelation is that, as alleged by Christine Blasey Ford, as a teenager, young Brett tried to force Ford to have sex, which is now rape. An alleged witness says that this event did not occur. The event allegedly took place four decades ago, and Ford does not remember much about it, apart form the man who may overturn the sacred judgment for abortion on demand, Roe v Wade, did it. But, Ford now wants a full FBI investigation, before testifying. Now that the Democrats face a threat to their sacred cow of abortion on demand, as well as a judge who will interpret the Constitution the way the Founding Fathers intended (originalism), it is necessary to destroy this nomination. There is no plausibility to a rape/sexual assault claim that took place so long ago, and then magically surfaces at the right political moment, by someone who is opposed to Trump.

     The best thing here is to put ford’s claim to the test and sue her for defamation, if she fails the test. She is making the most serious of criminal accusations, against a white male, who seem to be the only one’s today who may be judged for rape. Not only that, but Ford is claiming that she thought that she was going to be raped and  murdered too. At least she did not include Don Trump in her little narrative! Sorry, no one is more sympathetic to women’s plight than me, and I have covered the raping of Europe issue at this site in great detail. If Kavanaugh was a rapist, Ford had a duty to the public to expose him decades ago. It staggers belief to suppose that this convenient piece of dirt surfaces now. And, it seems that the FBI agrees, saying that “It’s totally inappropriate for someone to demand we use law enforcement resources to investigate a 35-year-old allegation when she won't go under oath and can't remember key details including when or where it happened.” My argument in a nutshell:

     Well, these claims should be legally tested whatever way the appointment goes. Nowadays sexual misconduct accusations have become a political weapon. So, it is necessary for Kavanaugh to respond in kind, however the nomination goes. Then, seek payback by interpreting the US constitution the way it should be interpreted. Goodbye Roe v Wade.



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