Kavanaugh says he ‘will not be intimidated’ into withdrawing

Conservatives worried about Trump’s current SCOTUS nominee can finally take a breath of relief.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh informed everyone he will not be “intimidated” into withdrawing his candidacy for the open SCOTUS seat.


Over the last week, several allegations have been made against Kavanaugh.

First, there was a woman from high school claiming he acted inappropriately with her.

Then, a woman from his college years came forward to say he exposed himself to her at a party.

Kavanaugh has already denied the allegations, but Democrats are calling for his head.

Even so, Kavanaugh now says he is not backing down from the smear campaign.

The future Supreme Court Justice stated, “I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process.”

“The coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out,” Kavanaugh stated.

He further added, “The vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out. The last-minute character assassination will not succeed.”


Democrats, to this point, have been completely one-sided in their support of alleged abuse victims.

When a conservative is accused of something, they want an immediate judgement.

Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein even went so far as to say Ford IS a rape survivor.

Really? NOTHING has been proven at this point and she has already made Ford a survivor.

On the flip side, when accusations are made against Democrats, people like Feinstein are quiet as crickets.

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As more and more facts are revealed, it is becoming quite apparent Kavanaugh is 100 percent correct in that this is an organized smear campaign against him.

Thankfully, Kavanaugh is willing to wait it out and let the truth speak for itself.

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