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Should Brett Kavanaugh SUE the New York Times?

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh once again found himself at the top of nightly news broadcasts after the New York Times published a story claiming he committed sexual assault while attending college at Yale University.

Kavanaugh was first smeared in this way by the mainstream media just one year ago. At the time, a teacher named Christine Blasey Ford contended she was sexually assaulted by Kavanaugh at a party when they were both in high school. She wasn’t able to supply any details about the incident. A follow-up FBI investigation failed to uncover any proof Kavanaugh engaged in this sort of behavior.

Nevertheless, the left is at it again. And, just as before, activists are referring a story with no substantiating details to speak of. When the news broke out, President Donald Trump suggested that Kavanaugh should start suing members of the media for slander.

Of course, it would be pretty revolutionary for a sitting Supreme Court Justice to start throwing lawsuits at the media. But, after watching the clip below, it’s easy to sympathize with this idea.


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