If you thought ‘comedian’ Jimmy Kimmel’s comment on Monday about cutting off Brett Kavanaugh’s “pesky penis” represented a low point for Democrats, then you don’t know Democrats.
On Tuesday, The Washington Post published a piece contesting Kavanaugh’s claim that he couldn’t have committed the acts he is being accused of since he was a virgin in high school and college. But if Post writer Eugene Scott had paid attention to the transcript from Kavanaugh’s interview the night before with Fox News Channel’s Martha MacCallum, which was the jumping-off point for his article, he might have noticed that the judge’s claim specifically addressed the accusation of gang rape leveled by porn lawyer Michael Avenatti. (Scott earns extra credit for making the same mistake that Avenatti made in an appearance on CNN the same day.)
The redoubtable far-left Tinseltown denizen Jim Carrey weighed in with a tweet, accompanied by one of his famous drawings, that accused Kavanaugh of “partying and pillaging” his way to the Supreme Court. The effort causes one to ponder whether the reason Carrey is so fascinated with pictures is that he can’t read.
Colleges care more about donors than the victims of on-campus rape. That's why women don't report it and why ENTITLED LITTLE SHITS like Injustice Kavanaugh get to party and pillage their way to the Supreme Court.I'd like to suggest a new uniform for the highest court in the land. pic.twitter.com/9piWob4jGh
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) September 24, 2018
Finally there is criminal defense attorney Yodit Tewolde, who was a guest on CNN’s “Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin” on Tuesday. The segment was intended to focus on the breaking news that Bill Cosby had been sentenced to three to 10 years on sexual assault charges, but Tewolde went off-script:
I’m looking at people actually saying and applauding the judge [O’Neill] and his sentence and then in the same breath wanting to defend Kavanaugh. It’s disturbing to me because … this is a monumental, defining moment this week when you have someone like Cosby going to prison and then in the same breath having Kavanaugh possibly going to the highest court in the land. Anyone that’s defending Kavanagh could not in the same breath now applaud this verdict that this judge has handed down … it just doesn’t make sense.
.@CNN guest compares convicted sexual assaulter Bill Cosby to Brett Kavanaugh, says it's "disturbing" to condemn Cosby and not Kavanaugh.
"Anyone that's defending Kavanaugh could not in the same breath now applaud this … it just doesn't make any sense." pic.twitter.com/He9pF6WYO7
— Amber Athey (@amber_athey) September 25, 2018
If Tewolde is aware that Brett Kavanaugh has not been charged with a crime, then she is not showing it.