When it comes to the sexual assault scandal engulfing Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, Democrats are reaping what they have sowed.
They dragged Justice Brett Kavanaugh through hell at his confirmation hearings.
Ironically, Kavanaugh warned them that this would come back to them in just the way that it has.
The Federalist reports:
Democrats Are Reaping The ‘Whirlwind’ Kavanaugh Warned About
Brett Kavanaugh was a very difficult Supreme Court nominee for liberals to oppose. He had a stellar reputation, an impeccable record, and a genial disposition.
While members of the Resistance held a protest on the steps of the Supreme Court minutes after President Trump announced him as the pick to replace retiring Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, their early efforts to keep him off the bench showed little promise.
All that changed in mid-September 2018, when the Washington Post carefully packaged and presented Christine Blasey Ford’s claim that Kavanaugh had tried to rape her when she was in high school.
The media and Democrats immediately latched onto the accusation in a desperate attempt to keep Kavanaugh from being confirmed…
In a lengthy opening statement, he reminded the gathered how they had publicly opposed him from the moment of his nomination, with Schumer saying publicly he would oppose Kavanaugh with everything he’s got. Another senator called Kavanaugh evil and said those who supported him were “complicit in evil.”
Here’s what Kavanaugh said:
I understand the passions of the moment, but I would say to those senators, your words have meaning. Millions of Americans listen carefully to you. Given comments like those, is it any surprise that people have been willing to do anything to make any physical threat against my family, to send any violent e-mail to my wife, to make any kind of allegation against me and against my friends. To blow me up and take me down.
You sowed the wind. For decades to come, I fear that the whole country will reap the whirlwind.
See the video below:
Kavanaugh: "I understand the passions of the moment, but I would say to those senators, your words have meaning… You sowed the wind. For decades to come, I fear that the whole country will reap the whirlwind." pic.twitter.com/cIqPIFaLmY
— Ben Goldey (@BenGoldey) May 1, 2020
He called it https://t.co/znIJKPxKZR
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) May 1, 2020
He sure did.