If you've kept up with the news, you know that President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, has been accused of one incident of sexual misconduct dating back some 36 years ago. The accuser is a woman named Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
We've seen this game played before. Clarence Thomas. Herman Cain. Roy Moore. Do these names sound familiar? In some shape or form, each of those men had charges of sexual misconduct lodged against them, during seasons of political rancor, when it was impossible to prove – or disprove – the charges. In some cases, the fallout negatively affected their careers. Each of them are rock-solid conservatives who love our country and respect the Constitution.
It is no surprise that the Democrats have resorted to the same tactic with Judge Brett Kavanaugh. This is all about one thing – stopping a judge who is a constitutionalist from being confirmed to the Supreme Court. The Democrats will do anything and everything to stop a Trump nominee, and they should be ashamed of themselves.
One great perspective on these reprehensible tactics came from our own Bryan Fischer. He believes that, unless the biblical standard of two or three witnesses is met, an accusation should not be considered credible. I couldn't agree more and think you will too.
I urge you to read and share Bryan Fischer's blog, "What Should Be Done About the Kavanaugh Nomination?"
P.S. If you’d like to contact your senator regarding this issue you may contact the U.S. Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121