The biggest news story for the past several weeks has been the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination, as heard for the constitutional “advice and consent” in the United States Senate. It has been quite a show. But what was shown wasn’t always what was intended to be shown.
Revelations were made. To sort through them, click on over to Townhall.com. Then come back here for more to sort:
- Townhall: “Not One Cent for Sexual Abuse Hush Money”
- Common Sense (Video): “The Scrivener of the Patriot Act”
- Guardian: “Brett Kavanaugh set to be confirmed to supreme court in major win for Trump”
- NR: “‘False Memories’ Are More Common Than You Think”
- NBC: Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick speaks out on sexual abuse allegations
- NR (Fund): Senator Hirono Didn’t Always Tell Men to ‘Shut Up’ and Believe Accusers
- Tucker Carlson: In Democrat’s feminist kangaroo court, Kavanaugh is a man — and that makes him guilty
- Common Sense: Last Week’s Least Credible Answer
- Real Clear Politics: ‘Hillary to Sexual Assault Victims: “You Have The Right To Be Heard, You Have The Right To Be Believed”’
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