Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Ritual Defamation of Brett Kavanaugh

From the Twitter account of J. Christian Adams (via Maggie's Farm):

Just learned: in the last few months the received over 1400 calls and emails saying Brett raped them. . Ritual defamation.


Dan Patterson said...

A man of prodigious power.
He should star with Stormy Daniels in a film or two if the judge thing doesn't work out.

Dr. Irredeemable Dreg said...

Ashley Kavanaugh (a Texan) may follow the example of Rand Paul's wife, Kelley (a Kentuckian), and start sleeping with a loaded gun within reach. If so, the left-wing loons better hope she doesn't get woke.

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Sam L. said...

The Left cannot stand to allow anyone to stand against them. Because they're "the good people".

Anonymous said...

I wonder if any of the callers were men?

Anonymous said...

Wow! How is that for defining the long "arm" of the law?

Never forget that "Mean Girls" populate almost every education institution in this country. It is not surprising that after these "Mean Girls" get through with destroying other women that they would see men as the next group to be their object of destruction. Feminism is just the "Mean Girls" personified.


Christopher B said...

Anon - quite likely. I remember one of the semi-anonymous bogus reports that made it to the papers being from a man who claimed that as teenagers he and his friends avenged an assault on a female friend by a 'Brett and Mark'.

Ares Olympus said...

I don't think I'll take this data as "facts" unless officially reported. However if there were 100 accusations of rape (and assumed false), it shows the insanity of expecting law enforcement to solve this.

And you can imagine every time there's any important man getting a job anywhere, suddenly everything has to stop for 12 months until the police can determine 100% of them have no collaboration. OTOH, perhaps a process like that would get more women into some sort of mental health attention.

I've heard comparisons to the Catholic priest sexual assault accusations, and certainly the most outrageous cases are were boys or men use their positions of power to abuse tens or hundreds of children or girls or women, and get away with it for decades because no one can believe it. Sexual predators are among us, and they depend on silent victims, and complicit people who prefer to look the other way. And as well, stupid drunk boys trying to show off with their friends are also among us, and some of them will never get caught and yet grow out of that immaturity. And for all we know, overly punishing stupid behavior with evil behavior might actually increase the evil in the world.