On Tuesday, Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hi., blamed all American men for the brouhaha surrounding Judge Brett Kavanaugh and unfounded allegations that he groped a young woman at a high school party over 30 years ago.
“Of course it helps that there are women on that committee,” she said when asked about being one of four women on the Senate Judiciary Committee. “But really, guess who’s perpetuating all of these kinds of actions? It’s the men in this country. And I just want to say to the men in this country: Just shut up and step up. Do the right thing for a change.”
Sen. Hirono: “Guess who's perpetuating all of these kinds of actions? It's the men in this country. I just want to say to the men in this country, just shut up! And step up. Do the right thing for a change.” pic.twitter.com/isK2rOP7lT
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 18, 2018
So let’s translate this a bit. According to Hirono, ALL American men are to blame for what may or may not have happened over 30 years ago to a 15-year-old beer-drinking girl at a high school pool party.
“Not only do women like Dr. Ford, who bravely comes forward, need to be heard, but they need to be believed. They need to be believed,” Hirono said alongside her Democratic colleagues Tuesday at a news conference on Capitol Hill.
“Her account is very credible,” Hirono said. “I believe her.”
Of course there’s absolutely no evidence — not even a forged yearbook — to support her claims, and Democrats want us to completely ignore statements by over 60 women who actually knew Kavanaugh at the time.
But we’re supposed to set all that aside and ignore the fact that there’s not a shred of evidence to back up the claim.
James Woods shredded Hirono for her moronic take on the issue.
“There are hallowed American cemeteries around the globe filled with men who did the right thing, you sexist witch. Go f**k yourself,” he said on Twitter.
There are hallowed American cemeteries around the globe filled with men who did the right thing, you sexist witch. Go fuck yourself. https://t.co/gBy8oxatXI
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) September 18, 2018
I love you for this reply @RealJamesWoods . Amen!!!!
— Diana (@gymgrl365) September 19, 2018
Lady, I don't know what type of men you've associated with but in my opinion you need to know a few hero's before you even contemplate such a statement.
— Sandy Harris (@cenderella264) September 19, 2018
You, Sir are awesome.
— Mary Jack (@MaryJack4) September 18, 2018
CNN further reported:
The full power of the White House is behind Kavanaugh, Hirono said, which puts Ford at a disadvantage and victimizes her: “Haven’t we been here before with the Clarence Thomas hearings?” In those 1991 Supreme Court nomination hearings, Anita Hill accused Thomas, her former boss, of sexual harassment. She faced intense and probing questioning about her encounters with Thomas, who went on to be confirmed.
Hirono said she expects all of the “enlightened men in our country” to rise up and say, “We cannot continue the victimization and the smearing of someone like Dr. Ford.”
“We have to create an environment where women can come forward and be heard and be listened to,” she said.
But we’re supposed to simply roll over and allow the victimization and smearing of men like Judge Kavanaugh — who, by the way, has been thoroughly investigated by the FBI — over unproven allegations from more than 30 years ago…
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