Oh, snap! President Trump just triggered a nation of Democrats after telling us how he really feels about the Kavanaugh accuser, Christine Ford. On Tuesday, at a rally, he made sure people knew where he stood on the case. He was very vocal about Christine Ford’s testimony against Judge Brett Kavanaugh where she accused him of attempted rape at a party years ago.
President Trump talked about Christine Ford’s claim that she had only drunk one beer, and yet she couldn’t remember where the party was at, how she got there, or how she got home afterward. She basically replied with: “I don’t remember.” When it came to questions like the exact date of the alleged incident, the time, and even the place.
President Trump was not having it, as you will see in the clip at the end of this post.
Can you imagine what Democrats are saying about this now? Well, you don’t have to. I picked up some feedback from them and it was just as vile as you would expect. There were some, however, who do get that Trump was just speaking the unvarnished truth.
President Trump is obviously tired of the nonsense the Democrats love to wade in to get their way. He lamented the treatment of Kavanaugh by them and reminded everyone that Ford isn’t the only victim in this chaotic battle for truth. The accuser has come forward to claim something that she cannot even come close to proving, and not remembering the time, place, or other pertinent facts just makes no sense if you really think about it.
She says she had 1 beer, and that night she was absolutely terrified, but cannot recollect anything else other than the alleged incident she is claiming to have happened. What do we do with that and how can Democrats not expect people to be bitter about it? She has attacked a judge and his family and cannot come up with any evidence to back her accusations. According to President Trump, the ripple effect is tearing up innocent lives and anyone with some sense should understand why.
“He signaled his disgust with the allegations that extended Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote in the Senate.”
“A man’s life is in tatters, a man’s life is shattered,” Trump said. “His wife is shattered — his daughters who are beautiful, incredible young kids.”
“He cautioned that the new standard set by the left was dangerous for the country.”
“They destroy people, these are really evil people,” he said, and added. “Guilty until proven innocent – that’s very dangerous for our country.”
“The fired-up crowd cheered, “We Want Kavanaugh! We Want Kavanaugh!” as Trump continued his speech.”
“He also repeated his insults of Democrats in the Senate who were attacking Kavanaugh, including “Da Nang” Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who “cried like a baby” when he was caught lying about his record of service in Vietnam, as well as insults of Sen. Corey Booker and Sen. Dianne Feinstein.”
“Trump also pointed to Sen. Patrick Leahy’s use of alcohol.”
“Oh, he’s never had a drink in his life,” Trump joked. “Check it out. Look under Patrick Leahy slash drink.”
“He also named Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, but added, “I’ll leave him alone.’”
I see it each time I go out to Rallies in order to help some of our great Republican candidates. VOTERS ARE REALLY ANGRY AT THE VICIOUS AND DESPICABLE WAY DEMOCRATS ARE TREATING BRETT KAVANAUGH! He and his wonderful family deserve much better.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 3, 2018
Also from Politico:
“He then blasted the media for not covering the lawmakers’ political follies.”
“The fake news doesn’t ever want to put that stuff on,” Trump said. “They don’t want to talk about it. They don’t ever want to put it on. They’re a bunch of fakers.”
“Trump directed similar jabs at reporters throughout his remarks — broadsides that landed with extra resonance given a report by The New York Times just hours earlier alleging that Trump perpetrated various tax schemes in the 1990s to enhance his inherited wealth.”
“The president did not address that Times investigation directly at the rally, where his appearance was intended to boost Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), who was appointed by Gov. Phil Bryant in March to replace the retiring Sen. Thad Cochran. She is now running in a special election to finish serving out the rest of Cochran‘s term.”
President Trump also shared his feelings on the #metoo movement by telling those in attendance that it was “unfairly hurting men” which could have been some of the motivation behind his mocking Ford.
Injustice always comes with a feeling of unrest and many times anger. I think that it is the feeling of injustice that President Trump is portraying in his speech.
There is a wife, and 2 innocent kids that Ford has dragged down into her accusations, and doing so without any evidence to prove she is telling the truth just seems unfair to the innocent. These 2 kids will grow up under the shadow of her accusations for the rest of their lives, and to what end? She can’t even prove her story.
At the end of the day, this is a very touchy subject, especially for the America we live in today. What are your thoughts on Ford’s claims against the judge? More importantly, what do you think about President Trump’s thoughts about Ford’s testimony? Do you think he acted in the wrong, or did he nail it? We want to know what YOU think!
WATCH: President Trump mocks Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Trump's Supreme Court pick Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, during rally in Mississippi. https://t.co/pZfWN8IFMV pic.twitter.com/81YEs8oXr5
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 3, 2018