Allie Beth Stuckey: I Feel Physically Ill Over What Dems Are Doing to Kavanaugh (VIDEO)

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Posted: Sep 30, 2018 12:05 AM
Allie Beth Stuckey: I Feel Physically Ill Over What Dems Are Doing to Kavanaugh (VIDEO)

CRTV's Allie Beth Stuckey, better know as the Conservative Millennial, shared a video on Facebook on Friday explaining why the sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh upset her and how the Democrats are using Dr. Christine Blasey Ford for their advantage:

I don't think I've ever felt more strongly about something that's happening politically than I do about this. I can't tell you why this is affecting me much, so deeply. I mean, I feel physically ill over all of this.

Watching his [Kavanaugh's] testimony yesterday, I was crying like a baby. I don't know if it's because I see in him every good man that I know and I just can't – I cannot fathom living in a world in which my husband or my brothers or my dad could be with something like rape and not be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

I just don't want to live in a world where anyone – but men in particular in this case – have the burden of proof on them and them being powerless to defend themselves against baseless accusations. Because that's what this is. Ford has unsubstantiated, uncorroborated allegations. And because she has chosen to bring these forward and because Democrats are using her like a pawn, Kavanaugh's life is being ruined. He is right. His reputation is going to be tainted forever. I pray to God that his life isn't ruined forever but his reputation is going to be tainted forever in the same way that you think of Clarence Thomsas. Yes, you think of him sitting on the Supreme Court but you also think about Anita Hill. You also think about sexual harassment. The same thing is going to happen to Kavanaugh forever.

And the sad part about it is you have people, so many people it seems like, on the Left who don't care, who are so bent on gaining power that they are willing to ruin a man's life because of it. 

There's no way, if you have a shred of decency inside you, if you have a shred of sanity inside your mind, you could have listened to his testimony and not believe him and not at least believe he is credible; not believe the 65 women who have said that he's always treated women with integrity and respect; believe all of the people that Ford says was at that party who say either that this didn't happen, this doesn't sound like something that happened or they can't remember. 

He is completely powerless to defend himself against these attacks that aren't really even coming from Ford. They're just coming from Democrats who are using Ford, who don't care anything about Ford. The Democrats, at this point, they don't care about truth, they don't care about justice, they care about power and to get power they know they have to delay. That's why they're calling for an FBI investigation.

Do you honestly thing a seventh – a seventh – FBI investigation into Brett Kavanaugh is going to show us anything that we didn't already know? He has already gone under six FBI background checks in his life. You think a seventh one is going to uncover something that we didn't know? Do you honestly think that someone who has worked 30 years in the swamp, that some dirt wouldn't have come up about him by now? But it hasn't. You know why? Because he's a man of integrity by every account that we know. 

The saddest part of this entire ordeal? Kavanaugh's kids are the ones who are going to suffer the most. 

How do you explain to two young girls that their father is being accused of sexually assaulting multiple women, simply because there are people who disagree with the president who nominated him?

How do you explain to two young daughters that their dad can no longer coach their sporting teams because most of America hates him because of something they think he did?

How do you explain to two young girls that their family is receiving death threats because the country has jumped to conclusions about their father without looking at facts?

Editor's note: Allie Beth Stuckey is a paid columnist for Townhall. All of her columns can be found here.