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MSNBC host Chris Hayes believes confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is like actual rape.

His words.

Once again, this is nothing more than a far-left progressive saying whatever possible to stall Kavanaugh’s confirmation while hoping Democrats take back the Senate in November.

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From Breitbart:

MSNBC host Chris Hayes sent a tweet Friday that compared the GOP wanting to nominate Brett Kavanaugh to rape.

“So even though Dr Ford is saying please stop, slow down, I’m not comfortable with the way this is going, the GOP is gonna plow through, ignore her telling them to stop and just take what they think is rightfully theirs?” Hayes wrote.

Hayes’ hot take came after Sen. Chuck Grassley set a deadline of 10 p.m. Friday night for Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, to decide if she would testify in front of the Senate. If she would not, then Grassley would hold the confirmation vote this Monday.

Former Vice President Joe Biden has been known for saying some wacky things in the past.

Comparing Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations to a famous rape scene from the movie “Deliverance” is one of the craziest things yet.

Biden and Hayes. Shame.

From MRC:

During a live interview with former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday’s Today show, co-host Craig Melvin invited the former Judiciary Committee Chairman to advise the Senate on how to handle a potential hearing with Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. In his response, Biden was given free rein to blast Republicans for trying to “character assassinate” Clarence Thomas accuser Anita Hill and even compared the claims against Kavanaugh to a graphic movie rape scene.

“How would you suggest that the Senate handle these allegations?,” Melvin asked as the softball exchange began. Biden demanded an FBI investigation and then recalled the Senate hearing he lead examining Hill’s sexual harassment claims against Thomas during the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation battle: “Anita Hill was vilified when she came forward by a lot of my colleagues, character assassination. I wish I could have done more to prevent those questions and the way they asked them. I hope my colleagues learn from that…”


Moments later, Melvin observed: “It seems like you get it now, versus back in ’91?” Biden argued: “Well, I think I got it in ’91….it’s important that people understand, and I think people do now, understand how hard it is to come forward.” The Democrat then made this eyebrow-raising comparison: “And I always say to men, they say why is it so hard? How about if you had been abused? You see the movie Deliverance, how about if you were the guy strapped to the tree, would you come forward? Would you want to relive that?”

Melvin’s facial expression clearly showed he was taken aback by the reference to an explicit gay rape scene featured in the 1972 film. Biden insisted: “I’m serious, I’m deadly earnest.” Rather than push back on the extreme comment, Melvin simply moved on to wonder about Biden’s 2020 presidential ambitions.

Biden has vehemently defended Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. That is, until one pertinent question caused him to quickly back off.

It’s pretty hard to defend a 35-year-old accusation, isn’t it?

From Daily Caller:

Former Vice President Joe Biden emphatically supported Kavanaugh accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford Monday night, faltering only when a reporter asked him about the credibility of a claim made over 35 years ago.

“What I’m going to do is I’m not going to answer any more questions,” Biden said, deflecting a reporter’s question asking whether it was significant that the assault claim refers to an incident that allegedly occurred when Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was 17 years old.


“I’d be happy to talk about Ireland,” Biden added during his remarks to a group of reporters at Irish ambassador to the U.S. Dan Mulhall’s residence.

Biden delivered a glowing endorsement Monday night of women who come forward with accusations of assault. “For a woman to come forward in the glaring lights of focus, nationally, you’ve got to start off with the presumption that at least the essence of what she’s talking about is real, whether or not she forgets facts, whether or not it’s been made worse or better over time,” Biden said, adding that “[coming forward] is like jumping into a cauldron.”


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