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Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearings: As if On Cue, Mainstream Media Narrative Shifts to "It's Over."

One woman from Kavanaugh's past set to be rolled out each week until the election,

There has been a subtle shift in the narrative from Mainstream news sources, on the Kavanaugh nomination. The guy who could soon be in a position to roll back Roe v. Wade, is about as clean as they come. But with one woman from his past set to be rolled out each week until the election, the MSM is playing his defeat as all but certain.

Yes, it's not just Christine Blasey Ford anymore. There's another woman who says Kavanaugh wasn't nice to her. It seems Brett exposed himself at a Yale party in the 1980's. Thirty years ago, the career judge and son of two judges, waved his penis at her. And that's just coming to the fore now, we are to believe. Sure, why not?

"I represent a woman with credible information regarding Judge Kavanaugh and Mark Judge. We will be demanding the opportunity to present testimony to the committee and will likewise be demanding that Judge and others be subpoenaed to testify. The nomination must be withdrawn." This from Michael Avenatti the "Creepy Porn Lawyer" who represented Stormy Daniels. Greg Gutfeld on Fox gave him that moniker.

Yes indeed, the Kavanaugh Nomination is in Renewed Peril after Second Woman Comes Forward, says leftist site Politico.

In the newsrooms of MSNBC and the Boardrooms of the New York Times, they have all but defeated Donald Trump's second pick for the Supreme Court. After all, there's always some 50 something woman in therapy who's lived in Virginia and is kind of sure that he's the man who tried to put the moves on her during the Reagan administration.

It's in the polls, reports CNN. "Donald Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, receives a cooler public reception than nearly every nominee for the last four administrations, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. Women are a driving force behind the tepid response, with fewer than three in 10 saying Kavanaugh ought to be confirmed.

Overall, 37% of Americans say they'd like to see the Senate vote in favor of his confirmation. Kavanaugh's support is the lowest in polling dating back to Robert Bork's nomination by President Ronald Reagan in 1987. That's lower support for Kavanaugh than similar public assessments of the unsuccessful nominations of Merrick Garland and Harriet Miers, as well as all successful nominees save David Souter, Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer, for whom equivalent data are not available. Slightly more, 40%, say the Senate should not vote to confirm Kavanaugh, while 22% have no opinion on the matter. And Americans' first impressions of the judge are mixed: 33% have a generally positive take, 27% neutral and 29% generally negative.


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