Thursday, September 05, 2019

Kavanaugh Accusers Admit Motive

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Remember the Senate hearing on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh last year at this time?

It was unlike anything we had seen since Senator Joe Biden destroyed highly qualified Reagan Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork back in 1987.

This week we have learned the real motives behind the accusations by Christine Blasey Ford and her feminist attorney.

Be informed.

A new book is out this week which explores the motives of Blasey Ford and her activist attorney Debra Katz.

The book, "Search and Destroy: Inside the Campaign Against Brett Kavanaugh" was written by Ryan Lovelace of the National Law Journal, and it explores the accusations against Kavanaugh during the hearings.

Ford's last-minute accusations were championed by abortion activists and the mainstream media. You will recall that Ford gave little to no evidence and Kavanaugh strongly denied her charges.

Planned Parenthood basically declared him guilty, with the help of the complicit press, until he could prove his innocence.

How do you actually prove innocence? Our Founding Fathers didn't know---that's why they went with the idea of "innocent until proven guilty."

The real motive had nothing to do with Kavanaugh's qualifications and legal credentials, we now know that it had everything to do with Roe v Wade and abortion on demand.

The real motive.

Lovelace says in his book that the accusers motive was their passion to protect abortion rights, not just their "civic" duty to provide information to senators considering his nomination to the US Supreme Court.

He also wrote that they worked overtime to orchestrate their "explosive charges" to land at the end of the confirmation hearings in their attempt to derail Trump's nominee.

In his, over 256 pages, Lovelace details a campaign to sabotage the Kavanaugh confirmation and how the accusers traded charges "up the chain" through the "media and sympathetic Senate Democrats."

How does Lovelace actually know their motives?

It was a speech given by attorney Katz in April of this year---after the hearings, of course---at the University of Baltimore's 11th Feminist Legal Theory Conference titled, "Applied Feminism and #MeToo" that gave Lovelace a great deal of insight.

He was able to get a secretly recorded video of the speech.

Katz said:

In the aftermath of these hearings, I believe that Christine’s testimony brought about more good than the harm misogynist Republicans caused by allowing Kavanaugh on the court. We were going to have a conservative [justice] ... elections have consequences, but he will always have an asterisk next to his name. When he takes a scalpel to Roe v. Wade, we will know who he is, we know his character, and we know what motivates him, and that is important; it is important that we know, and that is part of what motivated Christine.”

Lovelace explained,
“Ford’s audience was not the Senate, as Katz had previously suggested, but the American people. If they could be persuaded that Justice Kavanaugh was a predator, then they might not accept a future ruling by the five Republican-appointed justices altering the right to obtain an abortion established by Roe v. Wade. Had the Senate understood Ford’s real motivation, as described by Katz, it might have appreciated more fully the pressure that ‘organized forces’ were applying.”

The profile of secular progressive feminism.

Lovelace learned that Katz was angry at the "white men" in charge of the process in confirming Kavanaugh and that Trump's team was driven to discredit Ford with "relentless cruelty."

She said,
"When I Think about her role in history, I don't think about the white men on the Judiciary Committee, I think of the diverse young people outside the Capitol, standing up for her with their bodies and their words. That is the lasting impact of her bravery.

The puppeteers behind her bravery.

While the white men on the committee were listening to Ford and Katz---several were behind the scenes pulling the strings.

Planned Parenthood, who we'll call "puppeteer #1," said: "Women can't trust Brett Kavanaugh---and neither should anyone who considers themselves an ally to survivors or a champion for women."

Anyone who didn't believe Ford, apparently doesn't like women, at least in the mind of the progressive feminist.

Later Planned Parenthood said, "It's unbelievable that ion 2018, and amid the wave of the #MeToo movement, we have to debate whether accusations of sexual assault are a disqualifier for serving on the Supreme Court."

The evil puppeteer pulled the strings---the puppets performed, the audience did not applaud. Not only did the conservatives on the committee see through the deception, but most of the public also didn't believe her either.

Accusations are not proof of guilt.

Puppeteer #2 is even more sinister than #1. The Washington Times reported this last year:

"Katz has ties to one of the biggest abortion backers in the world: George Soros: Debra Katz, the attorney representing Kavanaugh's accuser---Christine Blasey Ford---is vice chair of the Project on Government Oversight, an organization that is directly funded by Soro's Open Society Foundation."

Soros has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to pro-abortion groups in the past several years. At one time he was satisfied to merely remove the borders of every sovereign nation in the world, thus creating an "open society' or "one world community," but now the nice old generous man has taken up the mantle of funding those who are obsessed with killing unwanted, unborn children.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful.