The culmination of over three weeks worth of political, legal, social, and moral drama has finally come to somewhat of a conclusion, and Judge Brett Kavanaugh will indeed join the Supreme Court as we all predicted that he would. The Senate chamber voted 50-48 to confirm him. If you’ve been following the headlines, then you know that many folks didn’t take the news so well. On Saturday, approximately 1,000 protestors stormed the steps of the Capitol building chanting “November is coming” and “We believe survivors, not drunken liars!” Within minutes, Capitol Hill police began arresting several of them. More activists and courageous sign-holders also gathered outside the Supreme Court shouting “Get up, get down, women we run this town!” (whatever that means) and “We are the majority, the majority dissents!”
Then there was “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” writer Ariel Dumas who tweeted out this little gem before later deleting it and making her account private:
Dumas subsequently issued an apology (sort of)
As expected, the seventh FBI investigation into Kavanaugh’s life proved nothing of substance and now we can only hope that — for the sake of Brett and his family — this hellish nightmare is finally over. Of course, if Democrats and the liberal media could have their way, it would drag on for the next three months.
Thankfully, that will not happen. Unless some new corroborating witness comes forward in the next five minutes; unless some substantial piece of evidence appears out of thin air; unless some blockbuster legal revelation is made, there is simply not enough material to prove that Brett Kavanaugh was ever an alcoholic, binge-drinking, ice-throwing, serial gang rapist when he was in high school or college. The only thing that has honestly been revealed in the midst of this psychopathic circus — as I mentioned in my previous column — is that Democrats are willing to stoop to any level and go to any lengths necessary in order to maintain dominant control of the Supreme Court, thus sustaining their perverse ideological grip on our culture. Their morally reprehensible and disgusting behavior may honestly prove to be a blessing in disguise for Republicans as it has shown every American citizen who these cowards are — not defenders of truth, justice and the Constitution, but rather enemies of the people.
Anyway, while conservatives across the country were busy high-fiving each other, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told the press that he wasn’t particularly concerned with how bitter and divisive this entire process has been:
“These things always blow over,” he said with a smile. “This is a good day for America and an important day for the Senate. We stood up for the presumption of innocence We refuse to be intimidated by the mob of people that were coming after Republican members in their homes and the halls. I couldn’t be prouder of the Senate Republican Conference.”
I admire ole Mitch’s optimism, and I agree with the latter part of his statement. However, I believe he’s underestimating the ultra-radical Leftist and progressive feminist movements in our nation, the very natures of which propelled thousands of people into the streets to protest the nomination of a wrongly accused man; the same movements that inspired women to scream like hysterical maniacs while seated in the public gallery outside the Senate today; the same movements that set this whole deranged spectacle in motion just a few short weeks ago. Indeed it may be a bit too early to say that this will simply “blow over.”
You see, for the Left, this was never just about assassinating the character of Brett Kavanaugh and then moving on. This was never just about FBI investigations. This was never just about dragging in old classmates or former acquaintances.
No. It is much bigger than that. It is far more terrifying than that.
This was — and currently is — all about the Democratic Party’s overwhelming lust for power within the context of the judicial branch and beyond. They know that they cannot acquire this power through our nation’s regular legal and democratic processes, and so they are forced to resort to malicious smear campaigns, unsubstantiated allegations, and coordinated character assassinations, not only against the conservatives who they despise, but against the wives and children of those conservatives as well. They have taken the game to a new level, while also sinking to a new low.
This makes the liberal progressive movement and the Democrat Party a unified force to be reckoned with.
And until conservatives recognize this about progressivism, we stand little chance at combatting it and reinstating the values of morality and Absolute Truth in our culture.