Kellyanne Conway warns Dems about ‘cheap words’: It’s time for Kavanaugh accuser to put up or shut up

Kellyanne Conway, the counselor to President Trump, said it’s time for Democrats to put up or shut up about liberal professor Christine Blasey Ford’s 11th hour groping accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Conway, an attorney, blasted liberals for using the newly-concocted 36-year-old claims as a shameless political stunt to derail Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. Conway added that Democrats are disingenuously accusing Republicans of “bullying” Ford when they have bent over backwards to accommodate her unreasonable demands.

 

“The whole reason she’s getting a hearing is because of the Republicans, not the Democrats,” Conway told Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro. “The Senate Judiciary Committee, led by Chairman [Chuck] Grassley, is honoring her request to testify.”

Conway continued: “The White House has said all week, ‘let her speak.’ Everybody has said, ‘let her speak.’ But to let her speak means she’s actually coming to speak. And not using cheap words like ‘bullying.’ Nobody is bullying her.”

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Conway pointed out that unlike Christine Blasey Ford, Judge Kavanaugh has set no unreasonable demands and said he’s ready to testify anytime, anywhere, without preconditions.

In contrast, Ford got roasted on social media for making laughable demands as preconditions to testifying on her own behalf.

As BizPac Review has reported, Ford is demanding that Kavanaugh testify BEFORE she does and insisted that she must not be questioned by lawyers — only by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee (Earth to Ford: Many of them are lawyers).

Of the 11 Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee, 5 are lawyers, including Harvard Law School alumni Mike Crapo and Ted Cruz, as well as Lindsey Graham, Mike Lee, and John Kennedy.

Meanwhile, the Dems on the committee include clownish “Spartacus” Cory Booker.

“This is not a reasonable demand,” Conway told Judge Jeanine. “It is uprooting hundreds of years of jurisprudence for the accuser to go second. You have to put your claims out there. The complainant goes first, and then you respond to that.”

Conway also pointed out that the hearing Ford is demanding is not a criminal proceeding; it is part of the Senate confirmation process, which does not require that a witness be allowed to set the rules for if and when she’ll testify.

The Senate Judiciary Committee has bent over backwards to accommodate Ford, who admits that her memory of the alleged 1983 groping incident is fuzzy.

Specifically, Ford said she doesn’t remember where or when it happened. Attorneys say her testimony would never hold up in a court of law, which is why she never filed a police report.

“This is still part of the Senate confirmation hearing of Judge Kavanaugh as a nominee to the Supreme Court,” Conway underscored. “This is not a criminal proceeding. This is not a civil proceeding. Of course, it was all done until [Democrats] came up with this in the 11 1/2 hour.”

Meanwhile, millions of Kavanaugh supporters say he should prepare “to sue the living snot” out of those who have recklessly defamed him, with ZERO evidence to back up their slanderous attacks.

“If I were Brett Kavanaugh, I would be preparing to sue the living snot out of every liberal talking head, pundit, blogger, and media loon who accused him of being a rapist without either a law enforcement report, or basic evidence,” said Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent.

Bongino said the hypocritical liberal condemnation of Kavanaugh (without a shred of evidence) is a stark contrast to its shameful silence in the face of the damning, evidence-based accusations against DNC deputy chair Keith Ellison.

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