The Democrats and media smear campaign against Brett Kavanaugh reached a new low.
They tried to turn Republican women against him.
And what these two female GOP Senators ended up saying about Brett Kavanaugh will blow your mind.
Republican Women Speak Up
Joni Ernst of Iowa is one of three Republican women in the Senate.
The media leaned on her to blast Kavanaugh in support of the #MeToo movement.
Liberals believe that women must agree with their hard-left agenda in the name of “feminism.”
But Ernst stood with Kavanaugh.
Ernst said she felt sorry for Christine Blasey Ford and believed she was attacked by someone at some point.
“I have no doubt that at some point she experienced some sort of traumatic event,” Ernst told reporters.
“What we are looking for is the information that is coming forward and then has it been corroborated,” she continued.
Ernst went on to note that there is no evidence or witness testimony to back up Ford’s claims.
“It’s good testimony. I’m glad that she is here, and it’s important that we hear from her,” Ernst stated. “However, the other statements provided by those witnesses have contradicted what she is stating this morning. So we’ll have to sort through this.”
“I have been a supporter of the MeToo movement,” Ernst said. “But these are very difficult situations that happen. Obviously, it’s a very intimate crime and sometimes they can’t be corroborated.”
A Second Female Republican Senator Speaks Out
Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith also defended Kavanaugh.
She filled the seat left by Thad Cochran when he retired.
Hyde-Smith is being challenged in the general election by a Democrat and conservative Chris McDaniel.
So she needed to come out strongly for Kavanaugh.
Hyde-Smith went further than Ernst and described what the Democrats and the media were doing as “character assassination.”
“It seems opponents of Judge Kavanaugh are engaged in character assassination to destroy the reputation of a devoted public servant, and a loving husband and father,” she said. “I, for one, will not stand by and watch this happen.”
“I believe Judge Kavanaugh when he says these humiliating events never happened—not three decades ago, not ever,” Hyde-Smith said.
She continued declaring that Kavanaugh owned an “impeccable record of service and integrity.”
Hyde-Smith also said Kavanaugh “quickly and convincingly refuted” Ford’s bogus charges.
She explained why she spoke up on twitter:
Today, I was compelled by my duty to our country, the people of Mississippi, and as the first woman to represent our great state in Congress to speak in strong support of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The confirmation process should NOT be wielded as a political weapon!
The Media Shows Their Bias
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton ripped Politico for being the media wing of the Democrat Party.
Politico ran an article with the headline, “For female Republicans, party loyalty trumps #MeToo.”
Cotton ripped the left-wing outlet for claiming Ernst and Hyde-Smith betrayed their gender by backing Kavanaugh.
@politico runs another clown headline, revealing itself again as media wing of Democratic Party. For @SenJoniErnst & all fair-minded people, facts & evidence trump accusations. Would @politico ever say such things about a Democrat?
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.