Are the Jews Playing a Deep Game with the Attacks on Kavanaugh?
by David Sims
THE VOTE to confirm Brett Kavanaugh should be held immediately. Women are being induced to lie, either for money, for ideology, or for notoriety. The Democrats would like to delay the confirmation vote until after the midterm elections.
I want everyone to consider something. If the Democrats managed to sink Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, and it afterwards turns out that all his accusers were lying, what will it do?
Well, it won’t bring back Kavanaugh as a candidate for the US Supreme Court. But it will call into question everyone else who has been accused of sexual misconduct by the “Me Too” movement.
And who are conspicuous among those who have been accused?
Harvey Weinstein —
Eric Schneiderman —
Les Moonves —
All of them Jews.
Like Dianne Feinstein.
Like Chuck Schumer.
Like Richard Blumenthal.
The Jews are playing a deep game with more than one goal in mind. By using “Me Too” women’s claims (false ones) against Kavanaugh, the claims will seem credible in the short term, and Kavanaugh will, the Democrats hope, not be confirmed to the Supreme Court. But in the long term, as these same claims are exposed as lies, the “Me Too” movement will lose credibility, enabling the restoration of Jewish men who really did do bad things to women.
Causing trouble in the confirmation process for Brett Kavanaugh, by (mostly) Jewish Democratic Senators, might indeed be the Democrats’ primary purpose. But a secondary one is reining in an organized feminist movement that escaped from their control and began interfering with Jewish political power.
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