July 25, 2024

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Politics and Law

Sexual Abuse: Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge the Real Animal House

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The frat boys mentality!

You can do anything you want and not have it hurt your career while you don’t care about the women you abused. Everything comes back to haunt you eventually.

When you look back over the centuries, men have abused women. It was not until the 20th century that laws were passed to protect women. But even so, the expression boys will be boys, was used to condone bad behavior. In the 1990s, Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexually harassing her and he still was confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice.

Here we are in 2018, the 21st century, where a Supreme Court justice nominee has been accused by three different women of sexual assault, and Republican men still want to say boys will be boys and put a sexual predator on the Supreme Court where he will be deciding what women can do with their bodies.

More times than not, all you’ve heard about is Mark Kavanaugh’s career, and why should these women come forth, 30 years later without an agenda or be believed. As someone who has been sexually abused, I can tell you this is not something you want to talk about or even relive at any time in your life. But why should a man not be accountable for his actions when he was young; and what kind of message is that sending two young boys about their behavior.

As a man how would you feel knowing that someone had sexually abused your daughter and not been held accountable for his actions.

At least now, because of the #MeToo movement, things are slowly beginning to change, where men are being held accountable for sexually abusing women. We just saw Bill Cosby, who sexually assaulted and raped over 60 women finally get his comeuppance, and will spend 3 to 10 years in jail. His publicist is trying to compare him to Brett Kavanaugh and say he was railroaded to jail.

Even though it there is corroboration by multiple women, the people they told, the roommates that Kavanaugh bragged to about the women he abused, and even a book written by his best friend, Mark Judge, detailing the exploits; Brett Kavanaugh, is trying to paint himself, as a Catholic virgin who didn’t do anything wrong in his life. He even wants to paint himself as a mentor for women that want to clerk for him as law students, but when they come to be interviewed they are advised to dress provacatively if they want the position.

How can you decide anyone else’s state with out a full investigation and hearings to determine the true. A rush to judgment is only to fulfill an agenda and not to get at the truth.

We are in the mist of midterm elections, and these men need to be held accountable for putting a rapist in office. I don’t care how many years ago it has been, men should always be held accountable for abusing women or remember they have daughters who can easily be sexually abused themselves by other predators.

Men should be held accountable to the point that when they are found guilty or have multiple accusers to be castrated and put in jail for the rest of their lives, while also having to put on a register for violent offenders.

The Supreme Court justices, should be above suspicion, especially since they are The siding precedence on someone else’s behavior. If they are allowed to get away with committing crimes how can they be expected to make decisions about how anyone else should act, or whatever anyone else can do with their body.

Brett Kavanaugh is lying about the things he did in high school and college and his family will pay the price, when it all comes out. His daughters will be harassed and deservedly so.

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