WOW! Even CNN’s Jake Tapper admits it. So why are we even here? Just to watch a Democratic circus.
“The charges are upsetting and they’re obviously, they’ve triggered an entire national conversation about sexual assault and sexual harassment, about the unequal way women and girls are treated in this country, at the same time, there is, as of now, no contemporaneous corroborating evidence for any of the charges as far as we know. We haven’t seen anybody emerge and say, “Yes, I remember that” and that is an important part of this story as well.”
On Thursday morning, CNN’s Jake Tapper, speaking with colleague Wolf Blitzer, frankly stated that despite all the furious allegations hurled at Judge Brett Kavanaugh, there are “no contemporaneous corroborating evidence for any of the charges” against Kavanaugh.
Tapper began by reminiscing about the confirmation of Justice Clarence Thomas in 1991. He stated:
We all remember where we were during Clarence Thomas. I mean I have vivid memories, I think I was 22 years old, of “high tech lynching of an uppity black man,” of Professor Hill’s charges, of Arlen Specter, the late senator from Pennsylvania, attacking Ted Kennedy, the late senator from Massachusetts, saying, “The women from America don’t need to hear Ted Kennedy when it comes to women.” More
I never make it a point to agree with Jake Tapper. But, in this case, the man is absolutely right. This entire vile episode has been a Democrat hit job against.
I wonder if this is about CNN trying to save a little face because they know the hearing is a bust for the Democrats?
This should be telling that some from both CNN & the NYT are bringing a bit of sanity to this obvious witch hunt. #ConfirmKavanaugh
WATCH: CNN’s Tapper Argues There’s ‘No Contemporaneous Corroborating Evidence For Any Of The Charges’ Against Kavanaugh – https://t.co/RMtTcI3ZY9
— ❌🇺🇸LucyDregs🇺🇸❌ (@LucyForLiberty) September 27, 2018
Is nice to see Jake being fair , that’s all we people ask, u can hate someone , but be fair .
— Gawlsee (@thegawls) September 27, 2018
He’s not wrong, however much we’re told to believe a thing, no matter how horrific you always have to provide proof of the thing so appropriate parties can be held responsible. Always.
— Corey Hardin (@Wickedsmack) September 27, 2018
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