These were a few of my favorite tweets:
No. That Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed is NOT a declaration that sexual assault is ok. It's an acknowledgment that a man who was accused of sexual misconduct, with NO corroborating evidence, was found to be a fair-minded and competent jurist.
— Kimberly Ross (@SouthernKeeks) October 6, 2018
The Right is angry because they have near-total political power, but little cultural power. The Left is angry because they have near-total cultural power, but little political power. Each covets what the other has and feels is rightfully theirs.
— Antonio García Martínez (@antoniogm) October 6, 2018
Waiting for all those old-fashioned journalists to express their concern with the lack of standards from the Senate Judiciary Democrats who accused a man of gang rape, with no evidence. https://t.co/z4UEKoCvfv
— Kimberley Strassel (@KimStrassel) October 3, 2018
Poll: When voters are told none of the fact witnesses named by Kavanaugh's accusers can corroborate the allegations, support for confirmation rises by 20 points. The more people know about established facts, the more likely they are to favor confirmation: https://t.co/0Ge46xRiSg
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 3, 2018
Kavanaugh: I drank a lot but I never blacked out.
Witness: He drank a lot!
Ford: I never helped anyone prep for a polygraph.
Witness: I saw her prep her best friend for a polygraph.
Media: How dare you!
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) October 3, 2018
1. Declare Kavanaugh unacceptable the moment he’s nominated.
2. Withhold bombshell, uncorroborated allegation until after hearings.
3. Suggest he’s a predator & liar for days.
4. Declare him temperamentally unfit when he furiously responds to previous two steps.
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) September 30, 2018
I’m not a liberal, but there is no reason why a rational, rights-based liberalism should lead people to instantly champion the guilt of those accused of rape and to leap to conclusions absent corroborating evidence. The left is now post-liberal, and far more dangerous. https://t.co/yRLck5n9pV
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) September 29, 2018
.@sullydish: “Gay people are particularly sensitive to this danger, because our private lives have long been the target of moral absolutists…For much of history, a mere accusation could destroy a gay person’s life or career.” https://t.co/PxJ1XoQ5mq
— Gregory T. Angelo (@gregorytangelo) September 29, 2018