By Conservative Tribune. Having failed to effectively block or derail Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court through normal means and legal issues, Democrats and their liberal media allies have resorted to besmirching his reputation through unsubstantiated allegations of sexual misconduct and blatant smears against his character. . .
In response to the terrible allegation that liberals are using to paint Kavanaugh as some sort of sexual predator, dozens of women who’ve known or worked with the judge over the course of his lengthy career have come forward to dispute that characterization of the nominee.
One of those women is a former law clerk of Kavanaugh’s named Jennifer Mascott, who had nothing but positive things to say about her former boss in a testimonial shared on Facebook by The Daily Signal.
“I’m Jen Mascott. I clerked for Judge Brett Kavanaugh his first year on the bench from 2006 to 2007. So, I really had the honor to clerk for Judge Kavanaugh his first term,” Mascott said.
“He’s gone on to have more than 50 percent of his law clerks be women, and he keeps up with each of his law clerks and continues to mentor us professionally,” she continued. “And I could not be more enthusiastic about President Trump nominating him to a seat on the Supreme Court. (Read more from “Watch: Former Kavanaugh Law Clerk Crushes Left’s Narratives by Recalling Her Time Working for Him” HERE)
Opposition to Kavanaugh grows, support at historic low: Reuters/Ipsos poll
By Reuters. A growing number of Americans said they opposed President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, as the candidate’s confirmation hearings took place and as he fended off a sexual assault claim, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed.
The Sept. 11-17 poll found that 36 percent of adults surveyed did not want Kavanaugh in the Supreme Court, up 6 points from a similar poll conducted a month earlier.
Only 31 percent of U.S. adults polled said they were in favor of Kavanaugh’s appointment.
If support for his nomination remains this weak, Trump’s pick would rank among the lowest-supported Supreme Court nominees to later be confirmed, according to historical data from Gallup. (Read more from “Opposition to Kavanaugh Grows, Support at Historic Low: Reuters/Ipsos Poll” HERE)