Boom!

Kiss me, you fool!

Axios:

Senate Democrats are investigating another allegation of sexual misconduct against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, this one dating from his time as an undergraduate at Yale, according to a new report from The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer.

The details: The second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, claims that Kavanaugh waved his penis in front of her face while she was inebriated at a dormitory party during the 1983-1984 academic school year. She told Farrow and Mayer that she believes an FBI investigation of Kavanaugh’s actions is warranted.

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12 Responses to Boom!

  1. ming says:

    And Avenatti is her lawyer…You just can’t make this shit up.

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  2. Paul Avery says:

    Waving his dick around?! Who did he think he was, Roger Ailes??

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  3. It’s almost as if Trump isn’t a good judge of character!

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    • MDavis says:

      How to say this – this is just one of the things that goes into the makeup of character, per Trump. It is only the second most important. Oh, and Kavanaugh passes the Trump test on this one. He considers women to be no more than a buffet of opportunity. How is that not the sort of character Trump would look for in his fellows? Notice that Kavanaugh fits right in with the Trump crowd.

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  4. JTO says:

    And yet again it is the allegations of salacious behavior – sex, sexual assault, rape and proud drunken oblivion that cause the stir – not the freakshow’s politics and views of the law. Not his dubious finances. Not his vehement elitism. Not his record in the Clinton-Bush-Trump administrations. Remember, Kav. believes that the President as an official is beyond reproach and beyond the reach of the law. He believes that women are not really people – as.a.point.of.law. He believes that corporations.are.a.protected.class.of.people.but.are.not.liable. He believes that the natural environment has.no.right.to.exist. He believes that non-Americans are.not.protected.by.the.Constitution. He believes that torture.is.not.torture. In a just and true universe, any ONE of these positions should have kept him from even a long list of candidates for far lower positions – let alone be the nominee for SCOTUS.

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    • MDavis says:

      I allege that his beliefs that the president is beyond the law and that corporations are protected (but with right!) are the items that have put him in this position in the first place. He represents Republican values, and if his actions have been a bit embarrassing to them they’ll take that hit, to a point. On the other hand, those ‘women not he man, should shut up and make babies’ items are probably selling points with their white, male supporters, who want to be the boss of the women in their lives.

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  5. Randall says:

    Do I have this right? Powerful men who think it’s OK to molest women (grab ’em by the pussy, etc.) don’t think those same women should be able to get an abortion?

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    • JTO says:

      Powerful men think it is ok to rape and impregnate women, and then deny them abortions. . . or poison them with the morning-after pill mashed into a smoothie without consent or warning, only ‘shit, babe, I dunno why you are in the hospital.’

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    • laura says:

      Yes. That is exactly what powerful, mostly white men believe – and Justice Gang Bang’s record makes that unmistakably clear.

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  6. Redhand says:

    Is “the optics are not good” sufficient understatement?

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