Senate Democrat Says Kavanaugh Will Have a “Big Asterisk” By His Name
No one was more willing to smear Justice Brett Kavanaugh or ignore the exculpatory evidence clearing him of all charges than Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, a deranged feminist who saw the Kavanaugh hearings as her chance to exact revenge on a nation of white men. If Hirono wasn’t telling the men of the United States to “shut up,” she was telling CNN that she would be perfectly happy holding the vacant Supreme Court seat open until 2020. Rude, brazen, and completely untethered from the fundamental underpinnings of our constitutional republic, Hirono is the best living argument for kicking Hawaii out of the union.
On Sunday, Hirono proved that she could not be humble in defeat. A day after Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court, the Hawaii Democrat told ABC’s “This Week” that there would forever be a cloud of suspicion over his head. “He’s going to be on the Supreme Court with a huge taint and a big asterisk after his name,” she said. “The partisanship that he showed was astounding.”
Hirono did not bother pointing out that the reason Kavanaugh showed any “partisanship” at all was because he’d spent the previous week being attacked by left-wing groups and Democrats in one of the most stunning and unprecedented smear campaigns of all time. We’d like to see Hirono go through something like that and come out of the other side smiling and singing “Democrats Are Good People!”
Hirono took a shot at Sen. Susan Collins, proving that there are at least some women she loathes as much as she does men. She said it was “insulting” that Collins would not believe that Kavanaugh assaulted Christine Ford.
“To say that she thinks that Dr. Ford thinks that she was assaulted, what is that?” she said. “Is she mistaken?”
Well, yes, that’s precisely what Collins said. And to tell the truth, it’s really not that much of a stretch, considering the fact that all of this happened nearly 40 years ago, Ford said nothing for 34 of those years, and did not name her attacker until, oh, roughly two months ago. Yes, we’d say that everything we know about human memory says there’s an excellent chance that Ford misidentified her attacker. And since we live in a country where the accused are considered innocent until proven guilty, Collins is absolutely justified in taking that position. Because for whatever else Ford brought to the table, evidence – circumstantial or otherwise – was not among it.
But no, Mazie Hirono, there will be no “asterisk” after Kavanaugh’s name, except in the minds of deranged Democrats like yourself who can’t handle the fact that your reckless propaganda failed to move the needle. He will be a full associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and inasmuch as that scares you, perhaps you should think twice next time before making a sworn enemy out of someone soon to be in an extremely powerful position.