When Her Father Was Called A Monster Kavanaugh’s Daughter Has An Extraordinary Response
This is it, the moment Democrats have been waiting for. The chance to make Judge Brett Kavanaugh out to be some kind of monster for the entire world to see.
After spending the last several months doing everything they could to demonize the man, the left couldn’t find any reason Kavanaugh should not be confirmed. Then, at the 11th hour, a woman came forward claiming that she had been sexually assaulted by Kavanaugh more than three decades ago.
Immediately the lines in the sand were drawn. Democrats were ready to burn Kavanaugh at the stake with little to no evidence supporting their calls of “guilty”. Republicans said that this was all an attempt to smear a man who, after six FBI background checks, has never had any red flags.
Although he expressed his frustration with how Democrats have handled the confirmation process, Kavanaugh made it a point to say that he held “no ill will” towards his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
During his opening statement, Kavanaugh took a moment to tell the judiciary committee that he and his family had been praying for his accuser.
“Little Liza, all of 10 years old,” Kavanugh says before pausing to collect himself, “said, we should pray for that woman. That’s a lot of wisdom for a 10 year old. We mean no ill will.”
You know, there’s something Biblical about praying for those who wish to harm you.
The statement has rung out through the internet making many people stop in their tracks as common decency arrests them.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 27, 2018
Matthew 5:44- “Love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you.”
Luke 6:27-28- “Do good to those who hate you. Bless those who curse you. Pray for those who abuse you.”
Before proclaiming his innocence, Kavanaugh brings up his mother, who was a judge, and asks the same question she did many years ago:
“Her trademark line was: Use your common sense. What rings true? What rings false? Her trademark line is a good reminder as we sit here today, some 36 years after the alleged assault occurred when there is no corroboration, and indeed it’s refuted by the people who were there.”
While the judiciary committee has yet to confirm Kavanaugh it’s hard to say that he isn’t sincere in his statements in regards to accusations against him.
Praying for someone who wishes to harm you is hard, but that’s why it’s so important we lean on God.