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Reporters and Photographers Camp Out at Kavanaugh’s House. His Wife’s Response is Pure Class.

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So it seems the press and other members of the mainstream media have been further attempting to pour out indignity on SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s family in light of the recent sexual assault allegations against him — which aren’t panning out too well, much to the chagrin of the left — by practically camping out in front of their home.

However, despite the rudeness, Ashley Estes Kavanaugh, Brett’s wife, has responded with nothing but class. In fact, she brought the reporters cupcakes. Yes, cupcakes.

“Per our CBS News cameraman at Kavanaugh’s house, his wife handed out cupcakes from Sprinkles to any of the photogs and producers who wanted them,” Watson tweeted.

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Sprinkles is an iconic cupcakes shop first founded in Beverly Hills, Calf. It is considered one of the first cupcake bakeries.

PJ Media’s Sean Medlock, who goes by the pseudonym Jim Treacher, had the perfect response to this news.

“Why are you at his house?” Treacher tweeted.

That is the key question. Why would the media stakeout Kavanaugh’s house?

Currently, the big story about Kavanaugh involves Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that he sexually assaulted her while at a party when they were in high school. Kavanaugh has categorically denied the allegation, and about 200 women have testified to his high moral character. Two women who used to date him also called him “a perfect gentleman.”

The mainstream media in this country has lost all semblance of human decency. Long, long ago.

No longer are they dedicated to telling the truth and presenting the American people with facts. No, their purpose these days is to be a propaganda machine for the Democratic Party, a role they have happily embraced.

Perhaps one day, basic humanity will be returned to the media. It’s a long shot, but anything is possible.

Source: PJ Media

 

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