Brit Hume Slams The New York Times For Trying To Smear Brett Kavanaugh Again: ‘They Are Corrupt’

If you’ve been watching the news over the last few days, you may know that the sleazy New York Times is once again trying to smear Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

They just can’t get over the fact that they lost.

Roger Kimball wrote about it at the Spectator:

A fresh assassination of Brett Kavanaugh’s character

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I guess that The New York Times didn’t get the memo. Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court last fall. He is sitting there (officially, I mean) right now, as I write. Despite the most disgusting, ad hominem, evidence-free effort at character assassination of a Supreme Court nominee in history, the combined forces of The New York Times and other cesspool media organs like The New Yorker, bottom-feeding Senate Democrats, feminazis of various stripes, and other woke constituencies on the left, Kavanaugh made it.

One of the most ostentatiously qualified candidates for the Supreme Court in recent memory managed — just barely — to slip through the gauntlet of baseless accusation, wild fantasy, and prurient hysteria and ascend to the country’s highest court. Hurrah.

But in today’s Sunday Review, the country’s fishwrap of record publishes an excerpt from The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation by two Times reporters, Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly.

Brit Hume of FOX News tweeted out Kimball’s piece with a comment about the New York Times:

Here are a few responses to Hume:

If Trump gets to pick another judge for the Supreme Court, and he could, the left is going to go absolutely nuts.

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