With the Democratic Party having long ago cornered the victimization market, the act of blaming others for their misfortunes is growing old with rational Americans.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro can be added to that list. Still reeling from the ruthless ambush of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who was on the receiving end of a character assassination campaign led by Senate Democrats, Pirro had an especially pointed message for the activists who confronted U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake on Friday.
In her “Opening Statement,” Pirro said the woman who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault over 36 years ago, Christine Blasey Ford, “is in over her head and she is being used.”
She then turned her ire on Flake, the liberal Republican lawmaker who did not have the wherewithal to navigate past screaming activists from the George Soros-funded left-wing group Center for Democracy as he was exiting an elevator, standing like a deer caught in the headlights for four minutes while the two women berated him.
Soros setup: 'Victim' screaming at Flake in elevator is Co-Exec. Director of Soros-funded organization https://t.co/HoVUv0aZ7Y
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) September 29, 2018
One of the left-wing activists claimed to be a victim of sexual assault.
“What happened to me doesn’t matter?” Pirro said, mimicking the woman’s words. “Of course, it matters. But what does your abuse have to do with Brett Kavanaugh?”
The Fox News host stressed that those responsible for committing the assault are the people who should be held accountable.
“Hundreds of thousands of women have been abused in this country,” Pirro noted. “Take your anger out on the person who abused you. Go to court, convict him, send him to jail, spit on him, I don’t care.”
“But don’t you dare blame Brett Kavanaugh for your victimization,” she declared. “Only wimp Jeff Flake is dumb enough, weak enough to not even get it.”
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