“Another Judge, Another Woman, Another Slap in the Face” is how New York Magazine is framing the potential confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, where he’ll join Clarence Thomas, another man who was “credibly accused” of doing serious harm to Anita Hill.
We’re guessing they’re opposed to Kavanaugh’s confirmation on those grounds — just a feeling we get.
If Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed, a full third of the male justices on the Supreme Court will have been credibly accused of doing serious harm to women and given lifetime appointments anyway https://t.co/g4MDHLUeT5
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) September 19, 2018
Sejal Singh writes, “If Kavanaugh is confirmed, two out of nine justices on the United States Supreme Court — a full third of the male justices — will have been credibly accused of doing serious harm to women and given lifetime appointments anyway.”
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) September 19, 2018
So the full third actually means just Thomas and Kavanaugh, two conservative judges. Strange how charges of sexual misconduct are becoming a trend with conservative nominees — almost as strange as Sen. Dianne Feinstein sitting on that letter since July.
i'm starting to think we should stop using "credible" before they both testify. maybe i'm wrong but the more and more that comes out before we hear from either of them in person, the less the evidence looks good https://t.co/ih92pgBBFJ
— Joe Gabriel Simonson (@SaysSimonson) September 19, 2018
You think an accusation almost 40 years after the fact that nobody was told about for 35 years is "credible?"
Even after the accuser refused to testify before the Senate?
No wonder people call you #FakeNews
— Andrew Follett (@AndrewCFollett) September 19, 2018
2018, when the media thinks “credibly accused” means, not knowing what YEAR the alleged incident occured, what HOUSE the alleged incident happened at or how many people were at the house of the alleged incident.
— JenniferW (@JenWoodruff79) September 19, 2018
"Credibly accused" the phrase passed along in your Soros marching orders?
— Concerned Citizen☄️ (@WebsterGladwin) September 19, 2018
Who is the arbiter of credible?
— Regs (@r3gulations) September 19, 2018
— Arqahn (@Arqahn) September 19, 2018
Any sexual harassment claim against a Republican.
— You Should Have Voted Gary (@colorblindk1d) September 19, 2018
You have a warped version of “credible”. Anita Hill’s case was thinner than a Nancy Pelosi speech, and Ms. Ford’s is missing so many facts it might as well be a Harry Potter episode. Just because you Leftists believe it for political gain, does not make it so.
— Chris Wire 💯🇺🇸 (@realchriswire) September 19, 2018
NYMag is a shell publication for distribution of child porn. Is that "credibly accused"?
— Rightwing_Vet (and Dreg of Society) (@Rightwing_Vet) September 19, 2018
Accused. Anyone can be accused of anything.
I accuse NY magazine editor of assault.
My god people are becoming more stupid by the day
— P. L. (@palb1234) September 19, 2018
The word “credibly” does not mean what you seem to think it means.
— Mark O'Wokeness (@Solvang84) September 19, 2018
Where is “credible” coming from exactly?
— Handmaiden China, PHD (@HandmaidenChina) September 19, 2018
They aren't credible accusations at all. What a joke.
— BernieBro🌹 (@BernieBro4) September 19, 2018
You work with words and don’t know what they mean. Using credible here is a joke.
— Taro Tsujimoto (@RCannon74) September 19, 2018
Breaking: New York Magazine does not understand the meaning of "credible".
— Flurypd (@FluryPD) September 19, 2018
Can you list the evidence for these “ credible “ accusations? Bullet form please.
— FA in HFX (@AkulFred) September 19, 2018
All this shows is that unfounded accusations are page 1 of the leftist handbook. Nice try.
— zone of danger (@mr_bovine_jonie) September 19, 2018
Now Vox is noting 'the striking parallels' between Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas https://t.co/bWpxhfXLbk
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 15, 2018