This past July, Californian Senator Dianne Feinstein learned that a woman was accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
Feinstein claims the accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, asked the Senator to keep the woman’s identity confidential. The New York Times has kept an op-ed author’s name confidential, but the article was still published.
Feinstein could have told the FBI, ranking Senate member on both sides, and maybe prevented Kavanaugh from even making it to the confirmation hearings. That didn’t happen though.
The only people that allegedly knew about this accusation were Democrats and the Washington Post. The final week before the first vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Three months after the Democrats knew about the alleged abuse.
Why didn’t they try and get justice for the woman earlier? In #MeToo era, women have been encouraged by the left to come out and break their silence. Ironically, they did the opposite with Ford.
Instead they politically weaponized her sexual assault claim in order to strike a crippling blow to Kavanaugh and his confirmation. Maybe the woman wanted to wait until a precise moment, but if that is the case the Democrats assisted her.
Innocent until proven guilty seems it does not apply to sexual assault. Once you are accused, people just assume it must be true. Remember the Rolling Stone article about a fraternity at the University of Virginia?
It is a shame that the Democrats, especially Dianne Feinstein, have used a sexual assault accusation in a disgusting way that benefits them politically. Justice for Ford should have been pursued back in July and not the week of the confirmation vote. The timing reveals intentions.
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