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The 65 Women That Democrats Don’t Believe Speak Out in Support of Kavanaugh

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We are constantly urged by Democrats to believe all women. At least, we’re constantly urged by Democrats to believe all women who accuse Republicans. 

Women who support Republicans instantly lose their value just by doing so.

In Jesus’ day, the testimony of a woman was worth half of that of a man. When the angel first appeared to the women at the tomb to tell them the amazing news that Jesus was alive, imagine their shock and dismay when the disciples did not believe their testimony!

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The women who have come forward in support of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, as well as conservative women everywhere, can probably relate to this incredulity when their opinions and testimonies are dismissed simply because they do not support liberals.

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The 65 women who signed a now-pivotal letter in support of Justice Kavanaugh recently spoke with the AP about the man they know as Brett Kavanaugh, who is a very different man than the media and the Democrats are trying to convey to you right now.

Conservative Tribune reports:

ome of the women who publicly stood by Kavanaugh answered questions from the Associated Press about how the pivotal letter came to be … and their statements paint a clear picture about the kind of man the nominee was in his formative years.

“Brett wouldn’t do that in a million years. I’m totally confident. That would be completely out of character for him,” one of the women, Paula Duke Ebel, told the AP.

“This has nothing to do with politics,” one of the women who signed the letter, Megan Williams, told the AP. “It’s just about character.” The news wire suggested that she was one of several females who are Democrats but still speak highly of Kavanaugh.

“There were kids who did act kind of crazy. … He just wasn’t that guy,” stated Williams, who knew the nominee around the time of the unproven allegations. “He was the kid who always did the right thing.”

The very fact that so many women had the same thoughts of defending their friend Kavanaugh says a lot about his character.

“Women who organized and signed it say it was a rapid response by a social network that endures decades after they graduated,” explained the AP. “They say it was easy to mobilize: a chain of friends calling, texting and emailing friends from a Washington-area world where many still live and see each other.”

If we are truly to be a morally equal society, then the testimony of women–all women–should not be regarded as any more or less valuable than that of a man’s.

 

 

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