The Court of Public Opinion

(Hat tip: Scissorhead D-Cap)

It begins, as it always does, with a tweet from a twat:

and about an hour later, improved with an ominous threat that Prznint Stupid is going to sic the Justice Department on… well, someone:

…and thus intrigued, I wondered what’s the news with the Virgin Mayor of Keg City, Brett Kavanaugh, that has Prznint Stupid’s panties in a bunch on the floor as he tweets at us. And just seconds later, the Google tells us Prznint Horndog’s tweet came after the NYTimes reported that a male former classmate said he witnessed Kavanaugh flash and frottaged his junk against a woman without her consent.

And of course, the NYTimes, as always carries water for the powerful:

But I digress. The story seems to confirm the allegations made by Deborah Ramirez, who claimed that Kavanaugh shoved his junk in her face when she was drunk. She struggled to get away from him, and it was at that point that she unwillingly touched little Brett.

You can almost see this as two stories, on about Kavanaugh and the other about the failings of the NYTimes.

Anyway, the NYTimes article suggests the FBI’s investigation was even less thorough than we imagined

“Ramirez’s legal team gave the FBI a list of at least 25 individuals who may have had corroborating evidence. But the FBI interviewed none of them, though we learned many of these potential witnesses tried in vain to reach the FBI on their own.”

I recall at the time it was widely reported what the FBI could and could not investigate, and it was clear then that the fix was in. This story, which comes almost a year later (Kavanaugh is sworn in on October 6), only confirms our worst thoughts: we have a serial sexual abuser on the SCOTUS and he perjured himself to get there.

Castro is exactly right. The court of public opinion might have been overruled a year ago, but justice should grind on. We got another mother-eff’er to impeach.

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12 Responses to The Court of Public Opinion

  1. osirisopto says:

    TG, you must be psychic your Saturday Palate Cleanser is a reenactment of the true crime the MHSG is freaking on.

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  2. roket says:

    False Accusations without recrimination. I can smell the revenge coming off of that statement. The dude has zero self-awareness. What about true accusations with recrimination? That is the epitome of his MO.

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  3. donnah says:

    Kavanaugh stank back then and he still stinks. Republicans up and down the line stood in the way of legal inquiry and hid testimony during his processing. I’m glad that this hasn’t been forgotten and hope that progress can be made and someone pays for the deception.

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  4. MDavis says:

    Whoever was complicit in the non-investigation should be fair game for impeachment and prosecution.

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    • laura says:

      Um, that’s the alleged attorney general of the United States. Curiously, he’s implicated in all manner of shady skeevy business that includes the Nixon White House, Whitewater, Epstein’s first job, rightwing grift/think tank welfare for weasel wording, court packing, impeding through ending/limiting/defunding/misrepresenting the Meuller investigation. So, Justice Gang bang wont be impeached or investigated by our govt., but can and should be called out by us to resign until he does. Harrumph.

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  5. Steve Boone says:

    A serial sexual abuser on the court who perjured himself to get there? I think Anita Hill would like to point out that your count is short.

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