Democratic Senator from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand, has made it very clear that she is against President Donald Trump’s decision to nominate Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Last week, a liberal activist named Christine Blasey Ford made allegations against Kavanaugh, claiming that he sexually assaulted her at a high school party 36 years ago.
Senator Gillibrand claims that Kavanaugh is guilty because he hasn’t requested that the FBI launch an investigation into the decades-old charges. Kavanaugh has denied the charges numerous times. Both other men mentioned by Blasey-Ford have denied the allegations as well.
Kirsten Gillibrand: "Who is not asking the FBI to investigate these claims? The White House. Judge Kavanaugh has not asked to have the FBI to review these claims. Is that the reaction of an innocent person? It is not." (via CBS) pic.twitter.com/0MBuBZFmHX
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 20, 2018
This isn’t the first time that Kirsten Gillibrand has been caught leading a charge against a conservative who was accused of sexual assault. She also played a part in the attack on a University of Virginia fraternity that the Rolling Stone reported was accused of rape. In the end, the whole thing was made up.
Later, the Rolling Stone made an agreement to pay the University of Virginia fraternity that had been accused a sum of $1.65 million after the accusations were discredited.
Kirsten Gillibrand brought “Mattress Girl” to the State of the Union Address back in 2015.
The Gateway Pundit reports, “The Columbia University student who dragged a blue mattress around Columbia University’s campus in 2014 to dramatize her plight as a rape victim, was later discredited. The male student Emma Sulkowicz accused of raping her, was later ‘found not responsible’ and the university settled with him.”
While Gillibrand claims that Kavanaugh isn’t a good fit for the Supreme Court, she doesn’t seem to be a good fit as a Senator. She has backed up false accusations numerous times in the past. Why should anyone trust her judgement now?