By |2018-10-05T21:33:58-08:00October 5th, 2018|Categories: Comics|Tags: |12 Comments

Betraying women for an atta girl from Donald Trump is the very definition of self-loathing.

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  1. tinydjt tweets October 6, 2018 at 7:15 am

    ““Women for Kavanaugh, and many others who support this very good man, are gathering all over Capital Hill in preparation for a 3-5 P.M. VOTE,”
    “It is a beautiful thing to see – and they are not paid professional protesters who are handed expensive signs,” he argued. “Big day for America!”

    “The very rude elevator screamers are paid professionals only looking to make Senators look bad,” he alleged.

    “Also, look at all of the professionally made identical signs. Paid for by Soros and others,” he continued, adding the hashtag #Troublemakers.

  2. Diaper Drunk Don jr. October 6, 2018 at 7:25 am

    NOTE: The misspelling of the nominee’s name was done by the president’s son!!

  3. Anon October 6, 2018 at 7:31 am

    ““Some of the allegations levied against Judge Kavanaugh illustrate why the presumption of innocence is so important. I am thinking in particular not of the allegations raised by Professor Ford, but of the allegation that when he was a teenager, Judge Kavanaugh drugged multiple girls and used their weakened state to facilitate gang rape.”

    Using some kind of twisted logic, Senator Collins wants us to believe that it was the extreme nature of Swetnick’s charges that convinced her that Judge Kavanaugh could not possibly be the sexual predator his critics were making him out to be.”

    .@SenatorCollins is channeling Donald Trump. Entirely disingenuous and shameful. Where was she when Judge Garland could not even get an up or down vote? This is all about her post-office job opportunities on K street. We shall never forget. Not in Nov. Not in 2020. Not ever.
    11:18 AM – Oct 5, 2018

    .@SenatorCollins should be ashamed of herself for attacking my client and Dr. Ford. How did she make a credibility determination as to my client? How is she qualified to do that without ANY investigation? She did ZERO to determine whether my client and her witnesses were credible
    11:44 AM – Oct 5, 2018

    “Collins $HAME is that in her speech yesterday, and in her vote for Kavanaugh today, she has joined the anti-woman chorus in her party. “

  4. Anon October 6, 2018 at 7:34 am

    “It’s not so clear, that I think going forward, that sort of middle position — it’s not so clear whether we’ll have it,” Kagan lamented.

    “All of us need to be aware of that — every single one of us — and to realize how precious the court’s legitimacy is,” she added. “It’s an incredibly important thing for the court to guard is this reputation of being impartial, being neutral and not being simply extension of a terribly polarizing process.”

  5. $HAM October 6, 2018 at 7:42 am

    “The second time Koegler said Ford brought up the assault was in an email on June 29, 2018, two days after Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his resignation.

    Ford wrote Koegler an email saying that the person who assaulted her was the president’s “favorite for SCOTUS,””
    Koegler wrote back, “I remember you telling me about him, but I don’t remember his name. Do you mind telling me so I can read about him?”

    “Brett Kavanaugh,” Ford replied in an email, according to Koegler.
    Ford’s lawyers on Friday denounced the Senate and the FBI probe, calling the inquiry “not a meaningful investigation in any sense of the word.”

  6. Anon October 6, 2018 at 7:47 am

    Taken the easy way out…(There’s also the possibility Collins retires.)

    “They want to make sure that everyone who is upset by this vote is actually a registered voter by 2020, and that we have resources to make sure everyone in Maine remembers how Sen. Collins voted.”

    “Women both in Maine and across the country have raised our voices loud and clear,” Gideon wrote. “Brett Kavanaugh should have no seat on the highest court in the land. Unfortunately, Senator Collins has chosen to vote against the interests of us all. Maine deserves a champion in the US Senate.”

    “She said that while she believes Christine Blasey Ford “is a survivor” of sexual assault, “I do not believe that THESE CHARGES can fairly prevent Judge Kavanaugh from serving on the court.”

  7. AK October 6, 2018 at 8:00 am

    Among the women who flew to the nation’s capital to lobby against the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh was an Anchorage attorney who gives a convincing account of being sexually assaulted by a sitting Supreme Court justice.

    The justice was Clarence Thomas, who 27 years earlier had also called his Senate confirmation a “circus.” Moira Smith’s encounter with Justice Thomas occurred in 1999, six years after his confirmation, but she did not offer a public account for another 17 years, after the surfacing of the Access Hollywood tape in which Donald Trump brags about groping women at will. Smith felt compelled to go on Facebook to recount being groped by a man in a position of power.

    “At the age of 24, I found out I’d be attending a dinner at my boss’s house with Justice Clarence Thomas.”
    “I hoped never to have to speak about it again.”

    She broke her personal vow of silence and wrote an account for a local newspaper of her encounter with Thomas.

    In Alaska, a good many women had been angered by the recent kidnapping, rape and murder of a 10-year-old girl and by a case where a man received no jail time at all after being convicted of kidnapping a woman and choking her unconscious before sexually assaulting her. The rate of sexual assault in the state is recorded at more than double the national average. Sexual assaults on children are six times the national average. “I said my concern about the confirmation was bigger than me—that I was concerned it would cast a cloud over the institution of the Supreme Court,”
    “I’m going to tell my daughter that there’s a lot to be sad about, but there’s also a lot to be hopeful,” Smith told The Daily Beast. “Because I believe the genie is out of the bottle and is going to be hard to put back in.”

    She continued, “Women are mobilized politically like they’ve never been before.”

    “This is part of what democracy is about.”

    She then said, “When you’re empowered, you win. This is important for her to learn and to understand that’s how to take back the power.”

    For her homework, Maggie was supposed to keep a journal of her trip to Washington with the women from Alaska.

    “After today, she’s got a lot to put in there,”

  8. Anonymous October 6, 2018 at 4:44 pm

    By the end of the weekend CrowdPAC will have raised $4,000,000 for any opponent that will run against Collins. The people of Maine are NOT happy with Collins. Moderate my ass. She’s as much a hypocritical partisan asshole as the rest of them.

  9. Anonymous October 7, 2018 at 4:47 am

    I hope she enjoys her retirement in 2020, although she can always work for some lobbying group, like anti healthcare or anti women.

  10. Anonymous October 7, 2018 at 2:31 pm

    Over $3,500,000 raised for Collins’ OPPONENT by Sunday afternoon. They hoped to clear $4 MILLION by the end of the weekend. It’s slowed down a bit but I think they’ll make their goal.

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