Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) is a little like Rep. Maxine Waters. She’s a little more capable of stringing together a sentence that makes sense and she’s a little less focused on President Trump, but she is every bit as willing to give away the game, as it were, when it comes to the Democratic Party’s agenda. We should actually be thankful for Democrats like Waters and Hirono; as absurd as these women are, they actually help us peel back the lies of the left and see the Democrats for what they really are. In Waters’ case, that means impeachment-hungry enemies of democracy. In Hirono’s case, it’s leg-bearded, social justice warring feminists who don’t give a damn about giving any white man the benefit of the doubt, particularly if he happens to be a conservative Republican.
Hirono was on CNN with Jake Tapper on Sunday and she couldn’t have spelled out her political biases any more clearly.
After Tapper laid out the lack of evidence or corroborating witnesses that Christine Blasey Ford has brought to the table – indeed, the outright denials by those she described as having been at the party where Brett Kavanaugh attacked her – the CNN host asked Hirono a very simple and fair question.
“Doesn’t Kavanaugh have the same presumption of innocence as anyone else in America?”
“I put his denial in the context of everything that I know about him in terms of how he approaches his cases?” Hirono said.
What? What would Kavanaugh’s judicial approach possibly have to do with this supposed incident from nearly 40 years ago?
Just get a load of this answer.
“As I said,” Hirono continued, “his credibility is already very questionable in my mind and in the minds of a lot of my fellow Judiciary Committee members, the Democrats. So he comes, and he has an ideological agenda, is very outcome-driven. And I can sit here and talk to you about some of the cases that exemplifies his, in my view, inability to be fair in the cases that come before him.
“This is a person that is going to be sitting on our Supreme Court, making decisions that will impact women’s reproductive choice,” she said, now completely off the map. “He’s very much against women’s reproductive choice. And I can tell you two very important cases in which he applied the same standard, but came to totally different results to make it much harder for women to get this kind of coverage. So there are so many indications of his own lack of credibility. And I put that in a context.”
Mazie Hirono’s only context is that Kavanaugh is a conservative jurist and she doesn’t want him on the Supreme Court. So she’s going to jump at any chance to prevent that from happening, even if it makes no sense, turns our justice system on its head, and tarnishes a good man’s reputation for the rest of his life. That’s how important it is that women be able to get every form of birth control imaginable covered by insurance.
It’s time for Chuck Grassley to put an end to this modern-day Crucible, call a vote, and push Kavanaugh to the Senate floor. Cancel Christine Ford’s appearance, take no notice of this latest nonsense from The New Yorker, and stop playing footsie with liberal psychopaths who will stop at nothing to win.