Tuesday, October 2, 2018

A Million Screaming Women, Samuel L. Jackson and a Big Frat Boy Win

By Robert Wenzel

Here is a report from the battlefield where a million screaming women have been so triggered by the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh that substantiation of sexual assault charges as a foundation means nothing to them.

You must believe women!

Once again, here are some of them at the Senate Dirksen Building on Capitol Hill on the day of the Kavanaugh-Ford hearing.


But it has gone well beyond this across the land. "Believe women" marches are everywhere.

And at Catholic University a dean has been suspended over comments about Ford and another accuser, Julie Swetnick, that ‘degraded’  the women.

The degrading comments?

Dean Will Rainford tried to be analytical.

Rainford wrote on Twitter:
Swetnick is 55 y/o, Kavanaugh is 52 y/o. Since when do senior girls hang with freshmen boys? If it happened when Kavanaugh was a senior, Swetnick was an adult drinking with&by her admission, having sex with underage boys. In another universe, he would be victim & she the perp!”
And of Ford he wrote:
Riddle me this. Why would the accuser of Kavanaugh take a polygraph, paid for by someone else and administered by private investigator in early August, if she wanted to remain anonymous and had no intention of reporting the alleged assault? 
Rainford apparently trying to save his job deleted his social media accounts and issued an apology to the thought-control police as they stood by:
[M]y tweet suggested that [Swetnick] was not the victim of sexual assault. I offer no excuse. It was impulsive and thoughtless and I apologize.
FOX News has gone so far as firing a black man. Fox news contributor Kevin Jackson was fired for calling the accusers “Lying skanks” not on FOX but in tweets having nothing to do with FOX. Jackson is tough, though. Fox gave him the opportunity to take back his words but he refused and that's when they fired him.

That said, a number of women have approached the Kavanaugh-Ford hearing rationally. Judge Jeanine was great here:


And Margot Cleveland is just brilliant in detailing how Christine Blasey Ford shifts her story when inconvenient truths emerge.

It is unlikely to help though as the lefty useful idiots have been emotionally triggered and the rational approach of Judge Jeanine and Cleveland won't make much of an impact on them.

Curiously though, someone got to Samuel L. Jackson.

Somebody put this together:
Jackson, a Hollywood lefty, responded this way:
But he must have gotten serious blowback about treating all frat boys as one class because he put out this tweet apology just two hours later:
Consider this a big frat boy win in the age of anti-male hysteria. Who got to Jackson? I'm impressed.

Robert Wenzel is Editor & Publisher of


  1. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/starsandstories/9214431/Samuel-L-Jackson-I-drank-and-I-used-drugs.-I-fancied-myself-as-Oliver-Reed.html

  2. We all know that women are incapable of lying. Not to take whatever a woman says at face value is misogynistic.

    1. Unless they're accusing Bill Clinton of course.

  3. All this hoopla brought about by very sketchy and pretty old accusations that everyone knows will never be substantiated. Meanwhile no protests and hardly a peep about Kavanaugh’s actual past as a government tool and his role in diminishing freedom.


    Not only would bright lights on such truths result in less division, this knowledge would give those of differing political stripes something to agree on. We can’t have that.

    1. That would require a modicum of intelligence in the Murican public. Something getting rarer and rarer all the time