Senate democrats are trying their best to convince the world that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is anti-abortion. Nearly every single democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee has hammered the judge over his position on Roe v. Wade, the SCOTUS decision that legalized abortion. Kavanaugh has stuck to his guns during the confirmation hearings, saying over and over that Roe v. Wade is “settled law” and not open to be overturned or reinterpreted. Since the democrats couldn’t get Kavanaugh to crack on abortion, their media propaganda ministry, the New York Times, jumped in to discredit the judge with what they called proof he is lying about Roe v. Wade. Like all other liberal attempts, this bombshell was a dud that proved nothing.
The NYT claimed it had the smoking gun on Kavanaugh’s “extremist” anti-abortion agenda. The leftist rag got their sticky little hands on an e-mail from when Kavanaugh worked in the Bush White House that they claimed showed the judge will overturn Roe v. Wade just like liberals lie that he will.
As a White House lawyer in the Bush administration, Judge Brett Kavanaugh challenged the accuracy of deeming the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade abortion rights decision to be “settled law of the land,” according to a secret email obtained by The New York Times.
The email, written in March 2003, is one of thousands of documents that a lawyer for President George W. Bush turned over to the Senate Judiciary Committee about the Supreme Court nominee but deemed “committee confidential,” meaning it could not be made public or discussed by Democrats in questioning him in hearings this week. It was among several an unknown person provided to The New York Times late Wednesday.
It’s simply amazing how much the NYT relies on anonymous people to attack Trump and anyone associated with the President, isn’t it? And yet they can’t figure out why people call them fake news and don’t trust them for shit.
Judge Kavanaugh was considering a draft opinion piece that supporters of one of Mr. Bush’s conservative appeals court nominees hoped they could persuade anti-abortion women to submit under their names. It stated that “it is widely accepted by legal scholars across the board that Roe v. Wade and its progeny are the settled law of the land.”
Judge Kavanaugh proposed deleting that line, writing: “I am not sure that all legal scholars refer to Roe as the settled law of the land at the Supreme Court level since Court can always overrule its precedent, and three current Justices on the Court would do so.”
Liberals are breathless over this e-mail, swearing it proves Kavanaugh is really a radical anti-abortion extremist but that’s because they are morons. Anyone with at least two brain cells to rub together can see that Kavanaugh was merely making an observation, not asserting his personal agenda. He says he thinks that other legal scholars aren’t sold on Roe v. Wade being settled law, not that he feels this way.
It’s like if I say that I think people at the NYT have their heads up their asses, it doesn’t mean I also believe my head is up my own ass. Clearly that’s not where my head is, I was wearing a hat today, which would be impossible if I were so afflicted.
Once again the New York Times cafeteria is serving up nothing-burgers with a side of fake news fries. When Kavanaugh is eventually confirmed, and he will be, liberals will probably spontaneously combust. It will be funny unless you happened to be on an elevator with one of them when it happens.