Nolte: Winners and Losers of the Kavanaugh Confirmation

For a full week after Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh became public, I said nothing. While I have a healthy skepticism of politically-timed accusations, there was no way to know. So I kept my mouth shut and looked at the evidence, because that is what Americans are supposed to do. And after a week, it was not only obvious the evidence was lacking, it was just as obvious the evidence all sided with Kavanaugh.

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Leftists Confront Sex Assault Survivor Who Supports Kavanaugh

Annabelle Rutledge of the conservative Christian group Concerned Women for America came to Sen. Susan Collins’s (R-ME) office Friday to tell her story of sexual assault in the hours before the key Senator announced her decision with regard to Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

Annabelle Rutledge