Martha MacCallum Full Interview with Judge Brett Kavanaugh…

Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley speak out in their first television interview since Dr. Christine Blasey Ford levied accusations against Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination. Judge Kavanaugh faces questions on Ms. Ford’s allegations and how this has impacted him, his family, and his future as a Supreme Court nominee.

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606 Responses to Martha MacCallum Full Interview with Judge Brett Kavanaugh…

  1. budmc says:

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  2. budmc says:

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  3. peace says:

    Someone on the GOP team must know where on the road Ford presently is? Who is she driving with and has she even left home? It’s a long drive for her and I bet she chickens out. She’s a coward.

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  4. Everyone should call these Senators / even if you know they are not going to vote for Kavanaugh , do it anyway who knows? It just might make a difference and surely won’t hurt.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/09/here-are-the-10-republican-senators-who-have-not-yet-committed-their-vote-for-kavanaugh-call-them/

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  5. icthematrix says:

    Where is the wicked witch now? I would expect PhD Ford should be on the road, since should maintain the ruse of confining spaces in a plane. Where are you Ford? Even if you’re in a massive luxury RV, you are still MORE CONFINED THAN IN A PLANE FOR 3 HOURS!

    So send us a sign, fire up a flare, America wants to know where the hell you are!

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    • Annie says:

      if she is coming..there is no way she is being driven..she will be in a private jet..courtesy of G. Soros…she had to use it..it was better than being confined in a car!!!

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      • Plain Jane says:

        Must have missed something. Is she, a psychologist, afraid of flying, claustrophobic or something? Does she have a walk in closet or a bathroom even? One wpuld think a shrinkette would have got herself right in the head. One would think. Ha, ha.

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    • Maquis says:

      Paging Mitt Romney!
      Bitch needs long drive on top of your car!

      😈

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  6. stablesort says:

    The Senate is inherently political; it cannot in any way be a trier of fact. It lacks the expertise, it lacks the experience, it lacks the gravitas and the probity necessary to hold anyone’s life and future in its hands.

    That Grassley would ignore the above and in all his bravado decide that he and his committee could somehow judge this most difficult of cases fairly boggles any reasonable mind. Ignore the Trump Derangement Syndrome evident everywhere, ignore the extreme partisanship exhibited by the political parties today, ignore the weaponization of our government’s institutions such as the IRS, the FBI, the DOJ and and others not yet uncovered; ignore all that and consider how difficult this case would prove to be in a court of law.

    No, Grassley, trapped by the inflated sense of the Senate and encouraged by all the other members of his committee, has undertaken this task for which it was so poorly equipped to manage. They have ruined a fine man, destroyed his reputation and still, Grassley and the Senate as a whole do not understand what they done let alone their culpability.

    The Senate should not allow such testimony unless all of the facts have been determined by a court of law. Only then would such testimony have the remotest chance of serving its purpose. To call for an FBI investigation is not sufficient as the FBI is not a finder-of-fact. The results of the FBI investigation would still have to be tested in a court of law against the testimony and evidence presented by the defense.

    Hubris on the part of the Senate is such an ugly thing to behold.

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  7. Howie says:

    Prove it….I was a virgin…prove I was not 35 years ago. Put him on SCOTUS NOW. Brilliant.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The interesting aspect to this assertion by Judge Kavanaugh is that in the 1980’s (and even today) there are many Catholics and Members of other Christian Sects who would have given the exact same answer. So, to attack this assertion through using today’s moral compass would be a very bad political mistake but the democrats have never been known to be so smart, even with their superior educations.

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  8. Uncle Max says:

    I didn’t care for the interview. Whoever advised for this is risking too much., but whatever. I’m sure there are some women that need to be reassured.. and to see the pain this couple is going through to humanize this. But, I found it beneath him, the process and undignified. I did not care for the questions… just throwing rape allegations out there …. because because??

    I mean, at this point, a farrier could come forward and allege the good judge used to ride horses naked after dark… for years… and sometimes he’d bring teens with him.. no proof… but a crazy allegation! Where are the adults to stop all this crap?? Judges are supposed to have more sense of time and weight. I still want him confirmed, but I wish he’d act above all this crap and not hurt by it, but indignant and angry. IMO.

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    • Janice says:

      McCallum was disgusting in this interview.

      Liked by 11 people

      • The Boss says:

        Agree.
        She asked them questions that she should be asking others. Like Finestain or that Hawaiian tramp.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Abel says:

        Mccallum is an idiot.
        She’s a news reader and they tend to lean left and follow emotions.

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      • LEET says:

        Janice:
        McCallum is ALWAYS disgusting. She outed herself as a Megan Kelly want-to-be a long time ago. She is more concerned with her control over the perception/information she wants people to have after the interview than getting at the truth.

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      • Julia Adams says:

        I totally agree with you. Martha with her cute Valley Girl like vocal intonations was disgusting and aggressive. She was using this distraught and shell schocked couple for her show’s ratings but her amateurish interviewing skills showed. I dislike her. She is nothing more than a Chtis Wallace wanna bee.

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      • Azrajo says:

        She is disgusting. She played the tease game with the men at FOX for years and then turned around and claimed sexual harassment. She is the last person. I would interview with.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Actually it was brave of them both to do the interview.
      Martha is the one who made an ass of her self. She thinks she is Meygn Kelly.

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      • logger says:

        Hmm, I’ve always liked McCallum. I find her tough, as she should be. It’s doubtful we will ever see Ford testify in DC. She will testify all over media creation, in books, in cafes doing standup MeToo speeches, on campuses. But never grilled. Kavanaugh wanted to do this in public. And McCallum did her part. He’s not a baby. He’s a fighter. And she – and he – showed everyone that he’s tough enough.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Even Megyn K seems to be defending Kavanaugh and the rule of law in general.

        And no, I don’t watch her show; just saw a couple of clips on Mediaite.

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      • DAVID FALES says:

        I have heard Martha praised for her questioning. I would have been more impressed if she had asked this sequence:
        1. Have you ever interacted with Christine Blasey Ford in your entire life?
        2. If yes, have you ever attended a social gathering/party with Christine Blasey Ford?
        3. If NO to the first two questions, did you ever participate in social gatherings/parties with girls from Holton-Arms School (her school, not the private Catholic girls school)?

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    • fakenoozisforfools says:

      There is a time and place to be indignant and angry. This was not it. Doing so would have played right into the hands of the left. They would have a field day if Kavanaugh had responded in this interview with guns blazing. He stuck to the facts. He didn’t do it. He wants a fair hearing to be able to clear his name. He appeared low-key, calm, and deliberate. He gave the left very little to work with as a means to intensify the smear. There are others who could be and should be speaking out in his defense, indignantly and angrily. Where are they?

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Plus consider it is not in Judge Kavanaugh’s character to be “outraged” unless seriously provoked. This interview was not a serious provocation, foolishly slanted by its organization but not provocative.

        Th interesting part is that many people are assessing the moral character the Judge described he embodied in 1980, through today Prism of a morals system unanchored and based on popular relativity. They don’t equate, which is an interesting down side to this interview.

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      • Uncle Max says:

        Good points faken~ , I still didn’t like the interview, but I wasn’t the intended target. Scott Adams liked it a lot , so theres that.

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    • Peppurr says:

      He WAS angry when this all first came out. As far as the interview, I thought BOTH him and his wife looked beaten. He wears his heart on his sleeve. I felt compassion for them both. I too thought McCallum was terrible. Certainly no Diane Sawyer.

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  9. Dell Mar says:

    He mentioned her parents. He mentioned charges with local law enforcement. He asked her to bring those fillings forward. Date, time, and place!

    BART O’K was not mentioned anywhere in those fillings.

    Supreme Clerk details the HOST.

    If I was her attorney I would want to see those fillings before Thursday.

    Regards
    Dell

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  10. LafnH20 says:

    I guess I missed something…

    How does he know “The Experienced Sex Crime Prosecutor” is a SHE?

    Halp…

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    • Risa says:

      The point of using a female to ask the questions is for improved optics. The questions will be of a personal, sensitive nature and as a courtesy to the victim, but more importantly so viewers don’t see a white, senior- citizen male Republican asking these questions of the “victim”, a female would be used.

      It makes all the sense in the world, unless you are the Left who wants to run ads of the male Republican senators showing how “monstrous” they are for questioning SHE WHO MUST BE BELIEVED.

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  11. Eaglemom says:

    Dell Mar, why do you keep posting cryptic posts regarding something to do with the party and fixings and charges with law enforcement? Is there something you know that you need to tell us?

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    • Eaglemom says:

      +filings ( not fixings)

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      • Eaglemom, I maybe wrong but I think Dell Mar is referencing President Trump’s tweet. It sounds cryptic since (s)he did not mentioned who is “He” in his comment. But those mentioned (parents, charges with local law enforcement, etc.) are with reference to President Trump’s tweet.

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        • logger says:

          It’s in Grassley’s latest letter, released to press. He says in keeping with precedent, he has selected expert counsel – in this case sex-crimes prosecutor – to question Ford and Kavanaugh (separately, of course). He said he is doing this to keep it professional, focused on truth, and to avoid the grandstanding that often takes place by Senators. It’s a great letter.

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          • logger, Thank you. I am not aware of this new details.

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            • logger says:

              My bad, it was a letter from Mike Davis:

              The letter from Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations with the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, was leaked this afternoon.

              The letter was addressed to attorney Michael R. Bromwich who also represents former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

              Mr. Bromwich,

              The Chairman promised Dr. Ford that he would provide a fair, safe, dignified forum for Dr. Ford to provide her testimony. The Chairman and Dr. Ford both agree that we do not want a “circus,” like we experienced during the first four days of the confirmation hearing.

              For the most serious hearings in our more recent history, such as Watergate and Iran-Contra, the Senate had experienced counsel question the witnesses. The Chairman believes that Dr. Ford’s allegations are serious. Thus, the Chairman has hired an experienced sex-crimes prosecutor to serve as an investigative staff counsel for the hearing. She will question Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh on Thursday on behalf of the Republican members.

              The Chairman’s goal is to de-politicize this process and search for the truth – instead of creating a forum for senators to grandstand or launch their presidential campaigns.

              As we discussed, the Chairman’s staff looks forward to working with you on all the hearing logistics and security issues.

              Finally, I have attached a letter from the Chairman, in response to Dr. Ford’s letter on Saturday. As we discussed and agreed, we are going to publicly release these letters.

              Thank you,

              Mike Davis

              Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations
              United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary
              Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Chairman

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          • Maquis says:

            Oh, great. A professional trier of he-said-she-said fact. And we know all those lean apolitical, right? Right?

            This seems to me to be as boneheaded as turning the OJ trial over to, OJ, with those damned gloves.

            I hope there’s genious behind this, because right now I’m not feeling it.

            😐

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  12. kea says:

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  13. My take away from the interview – Judge Kavanaugh just repeatedly stick to one phrase to any questions that he did not want to answer – I want fair process.

    There were lots of gotcha questions that could have been used against him had he not stuck to this line of response. That was smart thinking.

    What is striking though, he reserved most of the fireworks / firepower for hearing, He did not even give a hint of what he has in store that will prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Ford is a liar.

    This is first interview of Martha (I did not even know what she looked like before this interview) that I watched, and I will not judge her since she is in media and they are there to get sensational story made out of answers to their gotcha questions. I will give her a pass and 1000% to Judge Kavanaugh and his wife for measured responses.

    In short for the upcoming hearing (if it happens), ALL IZZ WELL.

    On second thoughts, I think if the hearing does not happen, then still Judge Kavanaugh should release the information he has and did not reveal in this interview that will prove Ford is a liar .. of course he should do this post his confirmation vote.

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    • margaretwalker says:

      I thought Kavanaugh was quite believable and honest. I am glad he did the interview. It is important to push back and defend yourself. We all know what slander is, but I don’;t think many people realize how awful a thing it is to do to someone unless you’ve experienced it.It can ruin your life and fill your every thought.

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  14. Timmy- the-Ute says:

    The Liberal media is now talking about a mystery name in Kavanaugh’s year book. Renate is the name. It appears in other year books too some say. No one knows who this Renate is and the only women they found name Renate from the near by girl’s Catholic school was one of the women that sent a letter to the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The letter stated that “he has behaved honorably and treated women with respect.” Kavanaugh says he may have kissed her once, but she says he never touched her. There was suppose to be a rhyme about a Renate being easy but that rhyme is know by all boys all over the country.

    I can guess what happen. In those days girls who were cheerleaders or want to be would give a kiss to an athletes after an event. In track I would get a kiss if I won a race. The football stars got lots of kisses. In those days girls liked to give kisses. So it appears this Renate gave a lot of kisses to football players. She may have even dated another football player on the team. She maybe embarrassed now in this Victorian age we live in now, but girls giving kisses in the 70’s and 80’s was no big thing. The boys felt grown up because they got a kiss and the girls felt grown up for giving them. Yearbooks cause more problems than diaries and Tweeter. They are suppose to be private memories. Most women know other women that once kissed their husbands before they married him. In politic and Hollywood men and women kiss who ever they meet even it they don’t know each other. I would never kiss a women casually like that. I might get a light hug at most. But I’m from California. I hear thing are different back East.

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    • logger says:

      He denied it 100%. We don’t need to compare our experiences with K’s or Ford’s, and we don’t need to speculate. He denied it 100%.
      Alleged
      Supposed
      Unverified
      Uncorroborated
      Unsubstantiated
      If we used those words appropriately, before most of the nouns Ford is throwing around, we’d realize that much of what we’re discussing is total fiction.

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      • logger says:

        When I heard Ford’s claim, I thought she lifted it from an icky Jodi Picoult YA novel (which lonely schoolteachers like to compel students to read).

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    • margaretwalker says:

      We are worried about a kiss?

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  15. I don’t know if anybody noticed, but since election of President Trump, democrats have made mockery and have shown unimaginable disrespect to the most sacred institutions of our country – the Presidency (using language towards President that is unheard of), the Congress (delaying the appointments, obstruction obstruction obstruction in Senate and House members like Maxine’s constantly encouraging to use violence against Trump supporters and admin personnel, etc.). Last was the Judiciary but that too has been tarnished and shown disrespect of unimaginable proportions with Judge Kavanaugh’s appointment.

    I am feeling lot of emotions at the same time that it is hard to comprehend how to describe.

    I was born and brought up in a country where you respect everything that is sacred for your house, your city, your state and your country and these democrat politicians are willfully and purposely insulting this nation for the world to watch and that too while in its most sacred buildings. It is to President Trump’s credit that United States Of America is respected across the world right now, but, imagine what will happen post 2024 with respect to how the world will treat us if this type of behavior is not checked and restrained by some process.

    I am not advocating brown shirts mentality but the Antifa thugs are roaming the streets with no consequences whatsoever … Maxine is roaming the streets spewing filth from her mouth without any consequences, Bill Clinton .. a certified rapist is roaming the streets without needing to go on television while person like Judge Kavanaugh has to go on TV to defend against false allegations …this is just plain wrong.

    One thing that has always bothered me is, why none of the politicians have ever sued women who made false accusations against them during election cycle, forcing them to drop out, and then disappeared without a trace?

    I am all for exercising first amendment right but not at the cost of the pride of this great nation.

    ( I am open to correcting my view if some knowledgeable treepers can shine a light on how or what I am thinking is wrong.)

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    • logger says:

      Anyone who smears and tears down a reputation, merely in pursuit of power, is completely godless. This life is all they believe in. They “think” they answer to no one but their own desires and impulses.
      You don’t need to correct your view one iota.

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    • logger says:

      The 1A is not a license to lie and break the 9th Commandment. Never was. Never will be. God sees all.

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    • Trump Train says:

      I have nothing but a deep hatred for these people……..Trump is leading the country back to a place we have missed for to many years and these democrats are despicable haters with nothing to offer. I pray every night we keep the majorities in the HOuse and Senate this fall.

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  16. Sammy Hains says:

    What is really telling—and I cannot underline this enough—is that throughout this entire smear job, George W. Bush, for whom Brett Kavanaugh worked for 5 years, has NOT ONCE come to his defense. Nor has George W. Bush EVEN ONCE attested to Judge Kavanaugh’s character.

    This tells you everything you need to know about the sniveling craven coward that George W. Bush is. I soured on Bush long ago—actually during the ill-considered nomination of a different Supreme Court justice, the unceremoniously aborted Harriet Miers—but, after that dwarf of a former president’s despicable silence, I absolutely LOATHE him.

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  17. ZurichMike says:

    Imagine running for SCOTUS and having to sit across form anyone, including Martha MacCallum and have to answer questions about whether or not you were a virgin in high school, and then lobbing “gotcha” speculations questions like “where do you think this [the allegations, the anti-Kavanaugh attacks] are coming from?”?

    This is what the left (and Fox) wants: ratings and entertainment value. It is not about news.

    Martha MacCallum is not a reporter, she is a media whore like the rest of them. Period.

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  18. SouthernTrumpette says:

    This is a freakin’ disgrace !
    It is all about abortion….these evil women will say and do anything to keep
    their “right” to terminate their babies’ lives.
    grrrrrrr !!! I am so angry !

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    • Risa says:

      So many of the most radical pink p-hat brigade are Leftist lesbians, I can’t imagine pregnancy is a huge concern for them. But apparently it is.

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  19. bkrg2 says:

    I knew almost nothing about Kavanaugh until this smear job started. Figured he would have a tough nomination process, but win with a comfortable margin.

    Boy did I underestimate the Demonrats. This is just a travesty on so many levels. Broke my heart to watch him and Ashley defend themselves against this complete bitch from Fox. She made CNN look like angels.

    Listening to the Kavanaughs and reading Brett’s letter today has made me a 100% supporter for him as SC Justice. I’m quite certain there are many more like me out there.

    Let’s have an electoral extermination of these criminals in November.

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    • talkaftercarefulthought says:

      and it’s been said before that the hidden take-away from this is that the left uses a stacked judicial activist supreme court to pass it’s unconstitutional legislation. THIS is the driving reason behind these hair-on-fire treasonous accusations. It would be too easy to say the left just wants to keep the abortion mill running at full capacity.. it’s way deeper, bedrock deeper, than that. We need a supermajority in November with Ginsburg leaving the court within the next 3 weeks!

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  20. Molly Pitcher says:

    This is a great thread, very interesting.

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  21. Cooper45 says:

    I was not impressed by Martha’s style in this interview that included every detail of the filthy smears and lies and Brett having to make repetitive denials.

    Maybe she meant well.

    When Brett said Trump is standing with him, it was by far the best part.

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    • margaretwalker says:

      He unfortunately has to answer the accusations and did so well.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I agree. She asked the tough questions. No softballs. Just like what he might get in the hearing. He has pre-empted the hearing and Ford’s lies. He will be confirmed. The left now gets the picture of how their lies will be combatted.So glad he got to say that POTUS called him yesterday.

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  22. MaineCoon says:

    Scott Adams give his professional opinion in this blow-by-blow analysis of Kav’s interview wth Matha M. Fron the virgin card and Kav’ appearance of being on the verge of crying. He also accentuates the fact that. Mrs.. Kav & children are currnet victims right now particularly being abused by attorney Aventii (sp). All this is in the first 10 mins. But then he briefly covers RR and then why this is POTUS best week so far. Says Kav sets the gold standard bar so high that Ford would have to do something extraordinary to exceed it. Makes interesting point about people who,go into psychology profession usually have issues they are working out. Worth watching. This presentation practically guatantees Kav will be confirmed. Interesting and excellent analysis.

    Scott Adams talks about Kavanaugh’s virgin card and Trump’s great week. https://t.co/hcavxmIcXN— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) September 25, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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  23. Lindyloohoo says:

    The white house set up this interview

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  24. Rynn69 says:

    IMHO, the Democrats made a monumental mistake with these allegation shenanigans. Women are PO’ed – big time. This whole man-hating, “feminist” religion is out of control and the majority of women is increasing that have had enough of it. It is a cancer to our society.

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    • margaretwalker says:

      I have a husband, father, brother and three sons, all of whom I adore and enjoy because they are male. What is wrong with these women?

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    • swwilkins says:

      The women I know feel that the false (obviously false) allegations are borrowing suffering and pain from the real victims in order to be used for politics.

      It really pisses off the women i’ve talked to. These women are intelligent. I hope women continue to really think about what the Dems are doing here.

      The Dems are abusing everyone in the country with lies, gas lighting, and theft of others suffering in their pursuit of control and power.

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  25. talkaftercarefulthought says:

    Seems like a gamble to put sound clips out there, seems like a gamble to have a thinly veiled biased reporter (he knows what he’s accused of but she still reads it out detail by detail and that seems like narrative building) tsk tsking your answers…

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  26. Lester Smith says:

    He did a good job

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  27. Lactantius says:

    The Martha MacCallum interview with Judge Brett Kavanaugh was show prep for the DemonizingRat firing squad Kavanaugh will face if the “hearings” take place. MacCallum did an incredible job of preparing Kavanaugh.

    Kavanaugh provided nothing. The DemonizingRats are going through this tape and looking for every nuance and hesitation for an opening to attack when they pull out their long knives.

    Judge Kavanaugh’s testimony is clear: it did not happen.

    Dr. Ford has leveled the charge and her testimony, so far, is: believe me. I am a woman.

    “The first point of wisdom is to discern what is false, the second to know what is true.” When “wisdom” is kept from discerning what is false, the search for truth is moot. This “she says – he says” match will decide nothing concerning the allegation.

    We have seen the Senate committee show, if it takes place, thanks to the thorough and hard questioning by MacCallum. If the Ford team is going to show, they have seen what they will have to overcome. Judge Kavanaugh gave them nothing. He played his part perfectly.

    Judge Kavanaugh is casting this as a Catholic priest who has been accused of fondling a youth 35 years ago. I choose that analogy, because it is the mob who is at the center of this mess. The DemonizingRat mob want’s Kavanaugh’s scalp any way they can get it. The Kavanaugh “mob” is wanting him to jump up and do some sort of Kabuki fire dance in which the skies part and lightening burns the shoes off of Dr. Ford.

    The fact is, Collins, Flake and Murkowski are playing with Kavanaugh like a kid trying to explode an ant with a magnifying glass laser beam. Just exactly why their secular humanism and situation ethics matters is purely politics and numbers. Each of them is vying for the John McCain Stubborn Ass Award. What price glory.

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  28. Tree observer says:

    You notice he gave out the house address where it “happened?

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  29. EJ says:

    He comes off soft. He should let his writing do his talking for him, because his letter was more effective.

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    • Risa says:

      He didn’t come across as angry or threatening, not bad considering he is accused of violent behavior. As a female, I think he did well in this interview.

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  30. swwilkins says:

    Brett Kavanaugh is the victim here.

    Dems are attacking him with lies and malicious intent. The fact that they are doing this under the cover of the deception they are perpetuating about sexual assault is vile.

    Who is financing this effort? I think the goal should be to bankrupt that person/entity by making the cost of deception higher and higher. ie) educate more people more fully with the truth.

    I look forward to the day when it is much more difficult to trick the average American adult with BS.

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  31. Mike diamond says:

    The dem rats are evil to the bone! They will do anything to have their own way! This is a shame and a total disgrace!

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  32. Enoughisenough says:

    According to a Mitch McConnell presser today, he has the votes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh!!! Let’s move on this!

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