Kavanaugh’s character assassination exposes a glaring double-standard

Democrat politicians and their media allies are hoping to derail Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

The 11th hour allegations of sexual misconduct reek of desperation.

Yet their rush to convict Kavanaugh in the court of public opinion just exposed their glaring hypocrisy for all to see.

Democrat politicians and their pals in the media are breathless in their coverage and discussion of what they call the “shocking” and “credible” allegations against Kavanaugh.

The alleged misconduct occurred more than 30 years ago, when the Judge was 17 and his accuser was 15. There’s no way to corroborate her story.

But it’s the left’s deafening silence with regards to a woman’s much more recent allegations against a high-ranking Democrat, which exposed their hypocrisy.

Rep. Keith Ellison is the Deputy Chair of the Democrat Party.

He’s also the Democrat nominee for Minnesota attorney general.

Yet just days before the Democrat primary, Ellison’s now ex-girlfriend Karen Monahan and her son accused Ellison of domestic abuse.

Monahan’s son first made the accusations after discovering photos and videos of the abuse on his mom’s computer.

When asked for comment about the accusations against Ellison, Bernie Sanders (who supported Ellison’s bid for DNC Chair) told The Washington Post:

“Nope, nothing,” Sanders said as he walked briskly toward the Senate doors. “You’ll excuse me, I’ve got to get going.”

Compare that to his polished press release he put out attacking Kavanaugh:

“The allegation from Professor Christine Blasey Ford is a serious one that deserves a full investigation. Neither the Judiciary Committee nor the full Senate should vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court until that takes place.”

This is just one example of the deafening silence from those who are attacking Kavanaugh.

Take MSNBC’s Symone D. Sanders for instance. She said,

“I believe Christine Ford — no, because to come forward, she has no — there’s no enticements for her to come forward and to have her life destroyed.”

Yet Symone Sanders has said nothing about whether or not she believes Karen Monahan. Monahan certainly has “no enticements for her to come forward and to have her life destroyed” by making domestic abuse allegations against a Ellison — who could very well become Minnesota’s top law enforcement official.

In fact, Monahan says unlike Ford, she’s been “smeared, threatened, and isolated” from the Democrat Party.

Perhaps the difference then (for Democrats and their pals in the media) between the credibility of Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations and Karen Monahan’s all just comes down to the party and position of the man they are accusing.

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