Watch: CNN Has Their Night Ruined When All-Woman Panel Says They DON’T Believe Kavanaugh Accuser


There continue to be encouraging signs that a good many Americans haven’t been bamboozled by the media’s relentless 24/7 onslaught of anti-Trump coverage that has only intensified with the upcoming midterm elections.

The Democrats and their surrogates may have overplayed their hand with the blatantly politicized campaign to dredge up unprovable 35-year-old allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in order to delay and ultimately sink President Trump’s second pick for the nation’s highest court.

With the high-stakes poker game between Senate Republicans and leftist college professor Christine Blasey Ford over whether she will testify in front of the Judiciary Committee ongoing and Democrats like the unctuous Adam Schiff coming out and calling the judge a rapist, Dems are risking much as they continue to hammer away.

Judging from a CNN interview with several Republican women, they aren’t buying with the left and their media toadies have been selling.


CNN’s Randi Kaye speaks to Republican women in Florida about Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“We’re talking about a 15-year-old girl, which I respect. I’m a woman, I respect. But we’re talking about a 17-year-old boy, in high school, testosterone running high. Tell me what boy hasn’t done this in high school. Please, I would like to know,” one woman said.

“I have no sympathy,” Lourdes Castillo de la Pena said. “Perhaps maybe she had that moment she liked him. And maybe he didn’t pay attention to her afterwards and he went out with another girl, she got bigger, whatever the situation is, they’re kids.”

The expression from Randi Kaye as she continued to try to push the left’s talking points to an audience that unlike their regular viewers, is able to think for themselves is beautiful.

Not a good night for CNN and this could be a very bad omen for the Democrats’ sneaky scheme to blow up the Kavanaugh nomination.

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