Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee proved one very important thing…the man who wants to spend the rest of his life sitting in judgement of others, certainly doesn’t like being judged himself. He was very arrogant, combative, and belittling to anyone who posed questions to him. One ex-sex crimes prosecutor said that Kavanaugh’s own words and attitude would have been enough to have twelve jurors convict him of sexual assault if she was trying the case.
Wendy Murphy, who is now a law professor at New England Law School, says that Kavanaugh’s response to Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) questions was indicative of someone who’s very entitled and very rude to boot. He attempted to turn interrogate her instead. Murphy said on MSNBC that she thought Kavanaugh was guilty of what he’s been accused of and that
‘the reason, in my opinion, this was corroborative of Dr. Ford, is simply because that level of arrogance and entitlement — the idea that he was in a position to ask questions of the Senate Judiciary Committee — that level of entitlement is correlated with high incidence rates of sexual assault.‘In other words, what the research tells us, is men who view themselves and act in these ways that are arrogant and entitled are the men disproportionately predisposed to impose themselves on women. To me it was like, as behavioral evidence goes, that’s Exhibit A.
‘This is the type of man who could sexually assault multiple women. That’s the kind of guy he is. It was ringing so true for me.’
She also said that if she were prosecuting the case against him in a real court of law, that he would most definitely lose his case and would be found guilty in no time.
It’s too bad that Republicans are willing to overlook the three women who have accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Apparently no one in the Republican party has even a tiny bit of scruples anymore.
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