When a false allegation of sexual misconduct was made against Judge Roy Moore last year, it spread like a contagious disease.
Within weeks, a number of women suddenly reported the same MeToo contagion, most of which were later proved to be false.
The same thing happened during the 2016 presidential campaign where after one woman came forward with a report of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump, others soon came forward with similar reports.
Once an allegation was made against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, it was only a matter of time before another would surface, knowing how liberals like to use MeToo like a contagious weapon, designed to destroy its intended victim.
(Washington Examiner) – The Drudge Report prominently teased Sunday a report featuring a new twist in the controversy surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The top of the prominent right-leaning news aggregator asked in capital, red letters: “Another Woman?”
In the top-left column, dedicated to the Kavanaugh saga, a line of text, removed since the story came out, said insiders “claim Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer are set to report a new twist in Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation… MORE…”
It further added: “NEW YORKER to publish account of a new woman and a ‘dildo’… She is ‘Never Trump’, says a source. But best friend will say ‘She never told me!’… Developing…”
Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge tweeted that this will be the “latest episode of Swamp.” …
I would not be surprised to see even more accusations surface against Kavanaugh between now and the end of the week.
The sad thing is that Democrats will tend to believe most or all of these reports without any verification whatsoever.
It will be his word against their word and since he is a staunch conservative and constitutionalist, Democrats will automatically believe the accusers and not Kavanaugh.
They will continue to come forward with more accusations until they have not only destroyed Kavanaugh’s chance of being confirmed to the Supreme Court but until his stellar career has also been destroyed.
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