The smear campaign of Judge Kavanaugh continued Sunday night on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” as both Senator’s Flake and Coons appeared together and continued their tag-team replay of Flake’s shameful performance Friday afternoon.
The spineless Senator from Arizona, perhaps attempting to justify his betrayal of Kavanaugh, stated Kavanagh’s interaction with the committee “seemed partisan.”
Adding; I think his interaction with some of the members was a little too sharp. The part that he talked about, the mention of the Clintons, I didn’t like either. It seemed partisan.”
Flake also admitted during the interview, that if he were running again for the Senate, he would not have joined in the clandestine attempt to delay the process in asking for another FBI investigation.
The brief preview clip from “60 Minutes” shows the duo taking turns verbally assaulting Kavanaugh’s character — with Flake playing a more passive role, however sharing within the overall vilification of the embattled judge.
On Friday, Flake who appeared conflicted throughout the entire confirmation process pulled his own “Dianne Feinstein moment” at the 11th hour. He came back into the Senate Judiciary Committee chamber after his emotional encounter with two female activists and was suddenly pulled into a small side room by his “good friend” Democratic Senator Chris Coons from Delaware.
Perhaps Coons had viewed the beat-down on video, which was being broadcast around the nation and probably around the world. The video showed a hapless Flake flanked and cornered within an elevator, whispering “thank you” as a woman berated him, tearfully shouting, “Don’t look away from me! Look at me and tell me that it doesn’t matter what happens to me.”
Adding; ‘I was sexually assaulted and no one believed me!”
‘You’re telling all women they don’t matter. That they should just stay quiet because if they tell you what happened to them, that you are going to ignore them. That’s what you’re telling all women in America.”
A second activist joined in verbally assaulting the weathering senator, who seemed to be shrinking before our eyes, as Ana Maria Archila (co-Executive Director of the Center for Popular Democracy and the Center of Popular Democracy Action) told the senator that she recognized her own experience of sexual assault in Dr. Ford’s story and knew that “she is telling the truth.”
No doubt progressive activists had long targeted Flake in advance, as one of the weakest links within the Republican Party, who could be easily manipulated if the opportunity presented itself.
The good people of Arizona had long dismissed him, for his erratic policies and his obvious disdain for the president. The lame-duck senator perhaps saw an opportunity to play “spoiler” and continue the nightmare for Judge Kavanaugh by willfully playing into the hands of those who want to see the good judge destroyed for simply upholding the Constitution.
This delay in confirming Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, with a 7th FBI background check means that Kavanaugh will most likely continue to endure worthless allegations and physical threats to himself and his family, courtesy of the hapless lawmaker from Arizona.
As for his “very good friend” Coons, the Democratic senator is already on the record stating, “Christine Blasely Ford and Deborah Ramirez have nothing to gain and have put themselves “at legal risk,” by accusing Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
Adding, “It is Judge Kavanaugh who is seeking a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court and who I think now bears the burden of disproving these allegations,” Coons said in an interview to MSNBC prior to convincing this gullible dupe to delay the process.
If there is a bright side to this orchestrated fiasco, it’s that the FBI background check shouldn’t take more then a few days, all of the allegations are on the record, witnesses have already submitted sworn documentation under the penalty of perjury.
However, there’s always the possibility of another mud-slinging attack, by another uncorroborated allegation, decades-old… stay tuned.