When Your Name Is Up In Lights: How Many Women Will It Take?


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Senate Democrats sure aren't the only ones calling out serial-lying, blackout-drunk, evidently frequently sexually assaulting frat boy douchebag Brett Kavanaugh for a carefully crafted choir-boy narrative that now lies in tatters. The Democratic demand that his nomination be withdrawn after the third, perhaps most damning accuser came forward - with Julie Swetnick's sworn testimony, several corroborators and past security clearances from the feds bolstering her horror story of gang rapes - is just one part of a growing wave of resistance to the GOP's judicial charade.

It took off Tuesday night with a light projection on the US Courthouse "Brett Kavanaugh Is A Sexual Predator," alternating with "Kavanaugh Lied Every Time He Testified" and "We Believe " The light show was by multi media artists UltraViolet and


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haircut, game, Dad's birthday, (scuzzy friend) Judge, Beach Week! -  only reveal his God-awful judgment: Not only did he see Grease 2, but does he really think no entry of rapey stuff means he's all good? Best response: "The fuck is this?" The query could also be made of a   stonewalling GOP cabal of old white men who don't want to know a predatory scumbag when they see one, and of the decades of sexist abuse and denial that have kept them in power. The day before, Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison for a 2004 sexual assault. "It is time for justice, Mr. Cosby," said the judge. "The day has come." Cosby had allegedly assaulted 60 women; there are likely other Kavanaugh accusers, though in a surreal defense of the day, Lindsay Graham argued the judge "isn't Bill Cosby." Still, the vital, painful, connect-the-dots question remains: "How many women must bleed to be heard?"




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