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*chuckle* I understand why Annie upsets you so . . .
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said...
Who exactly has refuted the charges - other than Kavanaugh?
What is the evidence for his innocence?
No more thing . . . to reiterate, Judge Kavanaugh is not required to prove anything. He is presumed innocent until proven guilty. It's a concept that may seem foreign to you, but it has been long acknowledged in our system of justice . . . until now . . .
I doubt that when I post them you listen to this guy's brief podcasts, however, if you're truly interested in what and why we conservative Yanks think the way we do, you could do a lot worse.
For instance, in this episode, there is not one opinion voiced with which I can find the slightest fault . . .
I'd like to know: Where is Keith Ellison's evidence of innocence? While his accuser has police reports, medical reports... then again, he's an important Democrat so the mob and the liberal media (but, I repeat myself) don't care.
He is presumed innocent until proven guilty. It's a concept that may seem foreign to you, but it has been long acknowledged in our system of justice
That would be in a court of law! not in a Senate hearing and not in the court of public opinion.!
As to Ms. Coulter, I will listen to her when she gets her nose operated or goes to a speech therapist. I cannot stand her voice, it gives me hives.
No. you're wrong. Of course, in a kangaroo court of public opinion or in what passes for the world's most deliberative body (the Senate) one is free to pass judgement based on nothing more than, say, the color of the accused skin.
There was a time when that was quite common, but I and millions of other Americans sort of hoped we'd moved beyond this . . .
If so, it's a sad day for America . . .
Forgive me for doubting you, but I suspect that it is what Annie says that drives you away, not how she says it.
Besides, she mostly writes her opinions.
I thought we were in the era of #BelieveWomen . . .
Believe her - she's one smart cookie.