Democrats are still seething with rage over Republicans confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
That defeat sent the Left on a crusade for revenge.
And Democrats’ anger only got worse when Brett Kavanaugh stepped into this surprising role in the 2020 Election.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the current flavor of the month in the Democrat Presidential primary.
Buttigieg surged to the lead in polls in Iowa and New Hampshire.
But now that he is a frontrunner Buttigieg is under a microscope and liberals are scrutinizing him for any hint of impurity.
Because of that pressure, Buttigieg’s campaign returned donations from two lawyers that traditionally donated to Democrats because they represented Brett Kavanaugh.
The Daily Wire reports:
Alexandra Walsh and Beth Wilkinson, who are partners at the firm Wilkinson Walsh Eskovitz, donated $7,200 and $2,800, respectively, to Buttigieg’s campaign. That fact was brought to light after the Guardian inquired about the donations, as The Washington Examiner reported. The Eaxminer also noted that Buttigieg’s campaign noted it had returned $3,150 of Walsh’s donation because it exceeded limits.
Buttigieg’s campaign released a statement reading, “With nearly 700,000 donors, a contribution we would otherwise refuse sometimes gets through. We believe the women who have courageously spoken out about Brett Kavanaugh’s assault and misconduct, and we thank the Guardian for bringing this contribution to our attention.” A campaign spokesperson asserted, “[Kavanaugh] should have never been put on the Supreme Court, and this campaign will not accept donations from those who played a role in making that happen. Accordingly, we will be returning this contribution and others from this firm.”
The Examiner pointed out that both attorneys have donated to Democrats before; Wilkinson giving $1,000 to Sen. Kamala Harris’s presidential campaign, $2,800 to Sen. Michael Bennet, and $2,800 to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Democrats are still furious that the smear campaign led by Christine Blasey Ford and her hoax allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh failed.
It’s an article of faith among Democrat that the absurd allegations were somehow true.
So to get ahead of this story, Buttigieg and his campaign returned the donations from Walsh and Wilkinson.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.