This week the Bret Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings were rocked by the allegation that Kavanaugh had committed an attempted sexual assault in high school, more than 30 years ago. This anonymous accusation was put forward by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, who is on the Judiciary Committee and apparently sat on this accusation since July. Kavanaugh and a high school friend who was also implicated both denied the charge and the FBI has declined to investigate.
The fact that she sprung it at the last minute is neither here nor there. The fact that she sprung it at all reveals some very problematic aspects of “#MeToo” feminism and Feinstein herself, not to mention the desperation of Democrats to keep Kavanaugh off the Court.
A cornerstone of our justice system and a key human right is that the accused has rights. They have the right to know who their accuser is, to face their accuser in an appropriate venue and to cross-examine them. Those are key elements of anything that pretends to be “justice.” Dianne Feinstein, in the spirit of the #MeToo witch hunt, thinks it is okay to deny Judge Kavanaugh his human rights. After all, feminists like Feinstein apparently do not recognize that men have rights.
This puts her in some pretty questionable company historically. Anonymous accusations from a network of snitches was how the Stasi secret police in East Germany operated. It is also how Stalin put his political enemies in the Gulag. It is also the operating principle behind “#MeToo”—anonymous accusations and those past their sell-by date. Often both, as in this case. And the basic violation of human rights? Well that is emblematic of every genocidal, or in this case gendercidal, hate group in history.
Why should anyone trust Feinstein’s judgement about who should be on our courts when her sense of justice is so obviously twisted?
Yeah, yeah she was a friend of Harvey Milk back in the day. But what has she done for us lately? Stoked the hatred of men. She is a toxic feminist and needs to go. The Senate should investigate her questionable ethics and expel her.