In the letter, the woman alleged that, during an encounter at a party, Kavanaugh held her down, and that he attempted to force himself on her. She claimed in the letter that Kavanaugh and a classmate of his, both of whom had been drinking, turned up music that was playing in the room to conceal the sound of her protests, and that Kavanaugh covered her mouth with his hand. She was able to free herself. Although the alleged incident took place decades ago and the three individuals involved were minors, the woman said that the memory had been a source of ongoing distress for her, and that she had sought psychological treatment as a result.”
Senator Diane Feinstein ignited controversy Thursday by releasing a statement saying she turned information about Kavanaugh over to the FBI. She did not detail the accusation, and Republicans accused her of trying to orchestrate a last-minute smear.
The woman referenced in the letter has yet to be identified, but is being represented by Debra Katz, a whistleblower attorney who works with #MeToo survivors, according to The Intercept.
Kavanaugh in a release statement said: “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”
The “allegedly” twincestuous loving Benham Bros just want everyone to know that Roy Moore did not commit those numerous underage sex assaults that he has been accused of and even if he did like Mary Magdalene and her street-walking day job that he will be forgiven and must have another chance. (Even though there is no direct correlation between sex crimes and sex work.)
When the angry mob threw the adulterous woman at Jesus’ feet in John 8, they sought her destruction, but Jesus wanted her restoration. Yet at the same time, He upheld His moral standard by saying to her, “Go and sin no more.” So too today, we must uphold a moral standard in our own lives and in society, while at the same time not seek to destroy people with it, but rather restore them to Christ.
Galatians 6:1 sums it up, saying: “Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted.”
Second, Jesus teaches His followers the proper way to expose sin, which has a specific order found in Matthew 18. First, you go to the person in private. If they repent, you have restored them. Second, if they don’t repent, you then take another person and confront again in private. Third, if they still refuse to repent, you then take them before the church, which is semi-private (keeping it in the family). Finally, if they remain unrepentant, you make it public and disassociate from them.
The establishment frames an issue (or a person who threatens it) with a new narrative. It then facilitates its support network to spread the narrative. And finally, it fractures all dissent by lumping dissenters into the same category of the accused.
It’s a very effective strategy taken directly from Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.”
In Judge Moore’s case, his narrative was framed by the Washington Post that he was a sexual predator taking advantage of underage women. As soon as the story broke, John McCain, Jeff Flake, Mitt Romney and Mitch McConnell instantly condemned Moore without investigating a single shred of the facts. A few days later, Paul Ryan jumped in, among others, and the facilitation was in full swing. All that was left was to fracture dissenters by accusing them of being sexual predators themselves.
The problem, though, is that over the last few weeks, the narrative has started to crumble as the first accuser lacks credibility with her three divorces, three bankruptcies and three charges against pastors for the very thing of which she accused Moore. The second was discovered to be a Democratic Party operative, working for both Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden. And the yearbook accuser couldn’t produce an authentic signature of Moore’s, despite demands from the Moore camp. The facts surrounding the other accusers are still quite gray. None of this minimizes what these women feel, but the question is, do their stories add up to accuse Moore of preying on underage women?
But in today’s digital age, accusations imply guilt. And, as people are framed, narratives are facilitated, and dissent is fractured, truth often falls by the wayside.
“The first accuser lacks credibility with her three divorces, three bankruptcies…”
One more divorce and another bankruptcy, an she could be president!
As for the Benham Brothers I really wish someone would release that sex-tape already. These boys are covering their illicit feeling for each other and hiding so far back in the fucking closet they need a flashlight, compass and map to get out.