Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) joined his fellow Democratic colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee in condemning Judge Brett Kavanaugh over the Ford allegations.
Blumenthal basically told Kavanaugh that he thought the judge was lying, when he stated: ‘false in one thing, false in everything’.
Blumenthal, a former state attorney general, of all people should be careful about lecturing others about something he, himself, is guilty of.
Back in the early 2000s, Blumenthal made several references about his service in Vietnam.
Yet, he never served in Vietnam.
Blumenthal had several deferments before serving in the Marine Reserves, but was never sent to Vietnam.
If Blumenthal meant what he told Kavanaugh, then no one should ever trust anything Blumenthal ever says!
(Fox News) – At last week’s fiery hearing probing sexual assault allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal lectured the Supreme Court nominee on the implications of telling even a single lie.
“Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus,” Blumenthal, D-Conn., told Kavanaugh, reciting a Latin phrase. “It means ‘False in one thing, false in everything.’”
But Blumenthal’s own difficult history with the truth is coming back to haunt him amid the Kavanaugh fight, with President Trump and Republican senators slamming him for inflating his military service during the Vietnam War.
In the 2000s, when Blumenthal served as Connecticut’s attorney general, he began to claim that he served in the Vietnam War. Blumenthal, repeatedly, has touted his experience during the war…
Like Jesus said, he needs to take the log out of his own eye before he tries to take the speck out of someone else’s eye.
Blumenthal needs to be careful throwing stones while living in a glass house.
President Donald Trump is the only one who has publicly criticized Blumenthal for his lying hypocrisy.
Blumenthal deserves to be the subject of an FBI investigation for false representation of military service, something the government takes seriously and see if he should be facing any federal charges.
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