Celebrities are Speaking out For Kavanaugh Hearings Delay, Conservatives Respond

Christine Blasey Ford has stepped forward as the victim to Judge Kavanaugh, but while celebrities push for a delay questions linger as to her validity and bias.

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In their never ending task to involve themselves in political discourse, celebrities have taken to the wire in an effort to delay the election of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Despite a system that has long valued the innocence of a person before deemed guilty, Hollywood has apparently made up it’s mind and is petitioning their followers push Congressmen to do the same.

(Make sure to read Conservative responses below)

Yet the other side of the aisle seems more inclined to look at the facts and want to hear the other side of the story, not to mention pointing out the bias brought forward by tech giants and the media:

Kavanaugh has been through 6 background checks with the FBI since 1993 and never once has this issue been raise. What about his career, his family? As the left continues it’s smear campaign fueled by an admitted $1 million raised online to stop this election by the Senators Conservatives continue to fight back as two can play these games.

As she claimed at the 11th hour it is her “civic duty” to come forward, all information on the teacher from California scrubbed any information on herself. Not before some was caught though.

Ryan Saveedra found what looks like a donation to the the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), and Friends Of Bernie Sanders:

Information found on Chritsine BlaseyFord as a donor to the DNC

Not only did she sign a letter against Donald Trump’s immigration policies, her attorney is a self-described Anti-Trump Resistance activist.

American Thinker reports:

The most interesting aspect of her political activism is that by coincidence when Romney as ahead in the polls in 2012, it was reported that Brett Kavanaugh would be Romney’s first choice for SCOTUS if elected. That is when Ford suddenly told of the incident with Kavanaugh in couples therapy. It appears as though Ford recovered her memory at an opportune time.

In 2012, New Yorker Magazine reported on the fear that Democrats had if Romney won:

If a Republican, any Republican, wins in November, his most likely first nominee to the Supreme Court will be Brett Kavanaugh.-  Jeffrey Toobin

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