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James Woods uses no filter in merciless response to ‘sexist witch’ man-hating senator from Hawaii

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While the rest of the country may still be working toward dismissing the Democratic Party altogether for its ruthless, cutthroat politics of division that condones the very behavior the party purports to oppose, actor James Woods is well ahead of the curve.

The outspoken conservative actor responded with such voracity Tuesday to an insipid comment from Sen. Mazie Hirono that he won the praise of men and woman alike.

The sexist Democratic senator from Hawaii told American men to “shut up” and “do the right thing for a change” — which would be, in the eyes of the Democratic Party, to yield to the ongoing campaign of sabotage against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Count Woods among those who are not yielding.

“There are hallowed American cemeteries around the globe filled with men who did the right thing, you sexist witch. Go f*ck yourself,” he tweeted.

European soil alone holds the bodies of thousands of such men, as do any number of South Pacific islands.

On a side note, it was somehow appropriate that Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., the “man” who lied about serving in Vietnam, was standing behind Hirono nodding his head up and down as she denigrated “the men in this country.”

With Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, now refusing to go before the Senate Judiciary Committee to tell her story about 17-year-old Kavanaugh sexually assaulting her 36 years ago in high school, Democrats are now calling for an FBI investigation of the allegation as a furthering delay tactic.

Never mind that, statute of limitations aside, the alleged incident, even if true, isn’t a federal crime and the FBI has no cause to launch a probe.

This latest development comes after a witness placed in the room by Ford dismissed her claim altogether.

“I have no memory of this alleged incident,” Mark Judge said in a letter Tuesday to the Senate Judiciary Committee. “Brett Kavanaugh and I were friends in high school, but I do not recall the party described in Dr. Ford’s letter. More to the point, I never saw Brett act in the manner Dr. Ford describes.”

There was a common theme from social media users in response to Woods’ tweet:

Here’s a sampling of other reactions, with a surprising number coming from women who don’t buy into the left-wing senator’s assessment of the opposite sex:



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