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The ACLU has become highly partisan over the past decade.

In a new ad, they compare SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, guilty of nothing, to convicted sex offender Bill Cosby.

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, as you’d imagine, was not pleased.

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“Why don’t you put him next to Charles Manson,” Carlson declared.

From Fox News Insider:

Tucker Carlson engaged in a heated debate with a top official at the American Civil Liberties Union over an anti-Kavanaugh television ad that compared the judge to Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein.

Carlson said the ACLU’s “tradition” of defending people who are unpopular is “over now, in the name of left-wing solidarity.”


He told ACLU National Political Director Faiz Shakir that it was a “disgusting ad,” adding the organization was employing “guilt by association — the very thing the ACLU stood against.”

“The common thread here is powerful men whose careers are on the line [in] denying sexual wrongdoing,” Shakir said.

Carlson noted: “Twinning them together is by definition guilt by association.”


After being interviewed by the FBI, three of four “witnesses” to the alleged sexual assault at the hands of SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh have denied knowledge of the party Christine Blasey Ford speaks of.

Kind of a big deal.

From Daily Wire:

According to a report from The Washington Post on Monday, at least four people have been questioned by the FBI thus far as part of a probe into sexual misconduct accusations made by California professor Dr. Christine Blasey Ford against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Three of those four individuals interviewed are the “witnesses” Dr. Ford herself has named as being present at the “gathering” wherein the assault in question supposedly happened: Patrick J. Smyth (AKA P.J.), Leland Keyser, and Mark Judge. Every one of them, however, has denied being at this supposed “gathering” Ford has described.

“[Smyth] truthfully answered every question the FBI asked him and, consistent with the information he previously provided to the Senate Judiciary Committee, he indicated that he has no knowledge of the small party or gathering described by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, nor does he have any knowledge of the allegations of improper conduct she has leveled against Brett Kavanaugh,” reads a statement from Bruce, issued Monday



“Simply put, Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford,” Howard Walsh, a man “who said he has been ‘engaged in the limited capacity’ of corresponding with the committee on behalf of Keyser,” told Politico.


Mark Judge, a high school friend of Kavanaugh’s, likewise has denied knowledge of the party — and the assault — ever happening.


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