Trump – Very Scary Time for Young Men?
Trump Cries Foul Over Treatment of Brett Kavanaugh
Has anyone noticed the commercials with regards to Brett Kavanaugh lately.
Touting him as a fair and dedicated Judge, all around great guy?
Since when did we ever have Supreme Court Justice Nominee commercials?
It’s not as if we the public get to vote on the man or woman.
Trump’s thoughts with regards to everything going on with Brett Kavanaugh:
Brett has been treated unfairly and because of that, it is a very scary time for young men in America.
Add yourself to that list Mr. President, you dirty old perv who eluded once upon a time to being sexually attracted to your own daughter.
So men are scared because they can no longer hide inappropriate behavior behind being drunk, high, just being a man, he can’t remember the night before?
Also, does Trump think that we had forgotten that so far, 19 women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct or said they’ve had an extramarital affair with him?
Allegations that Trump has denied but let’s be honest, he is lying so…
Speaking of a scary time, try being a woman.
We’ve been putting up with being mistreated, treated as nothing more than objects of sexual desire, raped, abused and gropped, verbally sexually harassed as we walk to a store, school, in the park by men of all ages for decades.
Back in the 80’s sexual misconduct was simply swept under the carpet furthermore when you are told as a young woman that you are overreacting to such treatment, you just stay quiet.
“It’s a very scary situation where you’re guilty until proven innocent,” the president said. “That is a very, very difficult standard.”
Not sure where Trump has been, but that is pretty much how our entire legal system currently works unless you can buy your way out of it.
By the way, Trump was asked if he had a statement for young women.
“Women are doing great.”
Okay, fair enough, he is right. We can no longer have men like Trump, Brett Kavanaugh and the like lead this country.
We cannot tolerate this type of behavior by allowing a free pass to anyone using the excuse that he might have been drunk at the time.
The behavior is sexually exploitative, abusive and simply no okay at all.
It matters not if the perpetrator was drunk, in high school, college, what matters, is that we cannot let these men lead our nation, in any capacity.
They felt they were above the law then and clearly still do.
It would be a grave mistake for our entire judicial system to allow Brett Kavanaugh to serve as a supreme court justice.
Cristal M Clark