Megyn Kelly was absolutely livid after hearing Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s comments about Christine Blasey Ford.
Kelly stated that Feinstein (D-CA) had “a lot of nerve,” and should have waited until all of the evidence was in before throwing more fuel on the fire.
A lot of nerve here from the woman who did nothing about this allegation for weeks — and by the way, you don’t know if she is a survivor of an attempted rape. She may well be, but how about WE HEAR THE EVIDENCE FIRST and engage in at least a semblance of fairness? https://t.co/iobd0UWT8h
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) September 23, 2018
As in any investigation, it is imperative to wait until all the facts are in before making a judgment either way.
But Feinstein, along with most other Dems in office, is ready to hang Kavanaugh because of two allegations that cannot be corroborated by anyone.
The senator really took things to a different level when she called Ford a “survivor of an attempted rape.”
There is no proof at all Kavanaugh attempted to rape this woman.
Everyone that Ford claims to have been present when the incident occurred has come forward to say that they recalled no such event.
Now, Kavanaugh has produced documents that lend doubt to if he was even in town at the time of the alleged assault.
After several days of back and forth, Ford has apparently agreed to terms with the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify on Thursday.
At this time, she can provide any additional proof that the incident actually occurred.
Until that happens, though, everyone needs to hold back judgment and give Kavanaugh and Ford their day in court to allow all the facts to come out.
As someone who has virtually dismissed allegations made against Democrats, Feinstein would be well served to heed that advice before pushing all of her support behind what may end up being a completely fraudulent story.