(and probably the world) says the case against Kavanaugh is crap; and gives reasons.
But I'm sure someone will inform us that she's a rape apologist or something.
There's enough slimeballs connected in this...
Julie Swetnick, who went public on Wednesday with her accusations against Brett Kavanaugh, was represented in a sexual harassment complaint by the firm of the current lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford.
Swetnick is currently represented by attorney Michael Avenatti, who rose
to prominence earlier this year for representing Stormy Daniels.
Ah, those wonderful progressives and their eugenics ideals.
Kevin over at Smallest Minority has written a lot about how the left has damaged education; here's some more evidence.
This approach is not only boring and repetitive, it is fundamentally
anti-intellectual. Students in Australia are not being given a “positive
formation” by their universities, which is exactly what the Ramsay
Centre is attempting to rectify. Instead, they are being taught a
narrow, one-dimensional view of the world seen through the prism of
identity, over a curious and inquiring three-dimensional view of the
world which opens the mind.
Students studying the humanities are not only finishing their degrees
with a distorted view of the world in which the past is viewed as a
contest between the oppressors and the oppressed, but they are imposing
this particular worldview on society as they find employment in schools,
government, and the corporate world. These days, for example, it’s
becoming increasingly difficult to work out where gender departments
finish and governmental departments or the corporate world begin, so
blurred are the lines between them.
Since the 1960s, universities have been leading their students fairly
and squarely down a path of un-education, unlearning and enlightenment,
and they should be called to account. Now these students, filled with
an ideological fervor and driven by social justice, are leading the rest
of society down the same path, whether society wants it or not.