Hillary's Press Secretary Calls Kavanaugh An 'Attempted Rapist'
Brian Fallon threatens to throw Kavanaugh off the Supreme Court.
Brian Fallon, Hillary Clinton's national press secretary for the 2016 presidential campaign Tweeted calling Judge Brett Kavanaugh an “attempted rapist” before threatening to throw him off the Supreme Court.
Fallon retweeted a tweet asserting that Kavanaugh and Justice Clarence Thomas were legitimate justices because they “lied under oath in the face of credible allegations of sexual assault or harassment.”
As The Daily Wire reported on Wednesday:
Fallon now headlines a group called "Demand Justice," which, among other legislative priorities, is seeking revenge for the Senate's treatment of former President Barack Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court, Merrick Garland. Their plan, Fallon says, is to make sure President Donald Trump is similarly deprived of a SCOTUS pick, and they'll do what they have to in order to keep Kavanaugh off the bench.
Fallon has issued unhinged tweets before; in July he tweeted that a list should be made of academics who deceived the Democratic party line:
Imagine: a guy who once worked for Hillary Clinton likens Antifa protesters to World War II heroes, calls a noble man an “attempted rapist,” and threatens to throw that man out of a well-deserved Supreme Court seat.
I guess it's all out in the open now. pic.twitter.com/FRSk76rgCY— Josh Holmes (@HolmesJosh) September 25, 2018
Hillary Clinton appeared on MSNBC on Tuesday night, weighing in on the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, saying that his accuser "deserves the benefit of the doubt.
"Hillary's comments didn't go down too well with her critics, however, including one woman who accused Bill Clinton of raping her and was famously not "given the benefit of the doubt" by Democrats.
Clinton was answering to the sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh, that allegedly occurred 35 years ago when he was in high school, yet the claims coincidently emerged just in time for the confirmation proceedings.