The GOP Should Have Drawn a Line on Fake Sex Claims by Attacking the Core Concept. They Failed.

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 26, 2018


Trump said basically everything I said in this article at a press conference with the President (Prime Minister?) of Columbia yesterday.

Timestamped 4 u.

It is a con game.

That is what this is.

It is a totally fabricated hoax, no one believes it, the mistake was to engage in the first place.

Original article follows. 

So Kavanaugh went on TV earlier this week and asserted that he was a late virgin and thus could not have been groping bitches and flashing his Johnson.

How did some random CNN op-ed author I’ve never heard of view that, you ask?

Well, he found it bold and audacious.

A random guy writes for CNN:

With his wife Ashley by his side, Kavanaugh seized control of his own defense against allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct that are threatening to overwhelm his hopes of joining the bench.

“I am not going anywhere,” Kavanaugh told Fox News in an interview on Monday night.

The joint appearance by the Kavanaughs was a startling moment, unprecedented in the history of the Supreme Court confirmation process, and may end up registering a new threshold in the politicization of the institution he hopes to join.

By offering an interview, Kavanaugh shed the public reticence normally expected of a senior member of the judiciary in order to slug it out in the political trenches.

He pleaded for a “fair process” at a potentially pivotal moment for a nomination that could change the path of American jurisprudence and deliver conservatives of a long-dreamed of majority on the court.

A big television interview has long been a weapon in a political consultant’s political arsenal. And Kavanaugh learned from some of best as one of the President’s men in the George W. Bush White House.

On Monday night, he did what political candidates do when they are in trouble. He risked an audacious play to reset a damaging narrative that threatens his viability.

Understanding that perception is everything in politics, Kavanaugh was also sending a message to Washington, President Donald Trump’s grassroots supporters who watch Fox News, and any wavering Republican senators who might wonder if he’s worth the fight.

By choosing the President’s favorite network he was unlikely to change any minds on the left. But by playing into the intersection of politics and entertainment that has been a hallmark of this administration, Kavanaugh sent a signal of stubborn resolve to Trump himself.

Kavanaugh was calm and coherent, despite the embarrassing nature of the allegations, though he lacked the glib assurance of politicians who usually use television interviews as a get-out-of-jail card and appeared emotionally wrung out.

He sidestepped some of the most difficult questions — on whether there should be an investigation into his past, for instance — and he will get a far rougher ride from Democrats who question his integrity and professed reverence for truth on Thursday.

But the message is clear: This is a man with stomach for the fight, who refuses to be destroyed by the liberal attack machine. He wanted everyone to think there is no blood in the water.

“I want a fair process where I can defend my integrity. I know I’m telling the truth. I know my lifelong record. I’m not going to let false accusations drive me out of this process,” Kavanaugh said. “I have faith in God and I have faith in the fairness of the American people.”

Okay, so.


He showed he was a real person and so on, and apparently that is all politics are about for 99% of people – the perception of individuals. Which is natural enough. It’s human nature. Which is one of the 6,000,000 reasons universal suffrage democracy is so retarded.

But there is a bigger thing at play here.

The bigger thing is that the right – that is to say, the Republicans – are being given a chance to draw a line on fake sexual harassment claims.

There is nothing faker than this bullshit, and it would have been the perfect place at which to say “nah nah nah nah nigga we don’t play dat, we don’t play dat, we don’t fuck around.”

Based on the way Chuck Grassley Tweets, I assume he knows that quote.

Seriously, I cannot imagine a more perfect place upon which to take a stand against the nuclear option of fake sexual assault claims.

Before the creepyass porno lawyer Michael Avenatti locked his Twitter (yes, he did that)…

…he summed up the absurdity of this.

Grassley probably would ask him that.

In fact, he probably will – at time of writing, it looks like this crazy lying whore is going to testify.

Because that is the level these people are functioning at. They have capitulated to the entire leftist worldview, and all that entails, to the point where they are accepting new realities at whatever rate the left is able to produce them.

If the entire GOP establishment would have said “look, we’re not going to play this game,” that would have been the end of it. Instead, they invited the bitch to testify, then let her do the roundy-roundy with the “I won’t testify – no, I will – no, I won’t – I have PTSD, I’m a victim, I can’t even think straight” bit.

Anyone Can Do this Now

By entertaining this circus show, the GOP has ensured that in the future, anyone can do this to anyone.

That is what they have wrought.

This Ford bitch and the other bitch have no evidence at all. On the contrary, Kavanaugh has a calendar showing that he wasn’t even in the state at the time (at least of the Ford incident, this second thing was just introduced because of the collapse of the first thing).

The JEWS will always be able to find some crazy bitch willing to say this stuff. In every single situation, they will be able to find some crazy bitch.

They found dozens with Trump. And when he deflected all of it, it was kinda like “okay, we’re done with this then.” But then they’ve come back to it, and allowed it, and so it is just going to keep going. Every right-wing politician is now going to be subjected to this.

It worked with Roy Moore, but he was at least a very weird person, and gave a horrible defense. Kavanaugh is not weird, and has given a very clear and normal defense, but right now, it looks like this is going to make it impossible for him to get confirmed.

And even if he does confirmed, they played the game. They did not draw a line. So this tactic will be used again.

And the thing is, the GOP is not going to use it. Because of principles and so on. It would be one thing if everyone was using it against everyone, but it is a war tactic exclusively used by the left.

They have crippled themselves.


This is conservatism.

They just give ground, give ground, give ground.