|The lefty accuser vs. the statist.|
Christine Blasey Ford, a professor at Palo Alto University who teaches in a consortium with Stanford University, training graduate students in clinical psychology, has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanugh of sexually assaulting her more than three decades ago when they were high school students in suburban Maryland.
Now, if this accusation of a decades-old event was made of a person in the private sector, I would be
outraged that such a claim was finding its way into public discourse.
A three decades old claim that amounts to little more than he said she said.
But the charges are not being made against a private sector individual but are being made against a government judge who is seeking to become a higher ranked more powerful government judge--indeed, one of the most powerful judges in the land, a Supreme Court judge.
Since I am a supporter of the #PPS, I have no problems with these type attacks on government officials. I say, cheer on these types of opposition takedowns, unless, of course, the government official under consideration would be what I view as a freedom infiltrator that would act to shrink government.
Kavanaugh is no freedom infiltrator. He is a supporter of government expansion of the worst kind.
Don't take my word on it, listen to Judge Napolitano:
Further, in April 2009, Kavanaugh wrote a lengthy concurrence when the court found that detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp had no right to advanced notice before being transferred to another country.
And in Meshal v. Higgenbotham (2016), Kavanaugh concurred when the divided panel threw out a claim by an American that he had been disappeared by the FBI in a Kenyan black site.
This guy has no respect for privacy or decent law, he is an evil tool of the state.
And so I sit back and cheer as the evil Democrats try to take down this evil creep. It's an inside the beltway match of bastards that would have been worthy of being held in the Flavian Amphitheatre during its heyday.
And make no mistake, this is a takedown attempt by Democrats and greater lefty extremists. All indications point to the fact that Ford is a crazed lefty who spent most of the last few days covering her lefty tracks by scrubbing her social media accounts.
That said, there is little hope for a sound judge being nominated by President Trump if Kavanaugh is taken down. Trump, of course, has no deep appreciation of limited government or what that would look like in a Supreme Court nominee. He appears to be taking guidance on potential nominees from Deep State-related DC think tanks.
So I am not expecting Kavanaugh to be replaced by anyone better.
The most a libertarian is getting out of this is seeing one evil government climbing creep being roasted in full public view. But the more of this the better.
Robert Wenzel is Editor & Publisher of