In the next hour Fox News will air Martha MacCallum's interview of Judge Kavanaugh and his wife.
Here is a sneak preview:
And here's a sampling of how liberals are handling this:
Margaret Sullivan is a Washington Post media columnist, and former NYT public editor.
NOTE: Two different Deborah Ramirezes.
Back in 2003, George Soros's Open Society Institute gave an award to a "Deborah Ramirez." Judge Brett Kavanaugh's second accuser is called "Deborah Ramirez."
That's where the similarities end, however. The judge's accuser lives in Colorado, while the Soros Ramirez teaches at Northeastern University in Boston. According to her faculty profile, she earned her J.D. at Harvard University in 1981, the year before Kavanaugh is alleged to have assaulted Christine Blasey Ford in high school.
Deborah Ramirez's claims are shoddy enough — Kavanaugh defenders need not resort to conspiracy theories in order to respond to them. Many claims like this one are too good to be true. Be sure to investigate before you spread a false rumor.
On the Senate floor moments ago, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell condemned what he called a "shameful, shameful smear campaign" against Judge Kavanaugh.
Describing the Democrats' disgraceful antics, he said, "they put on whatever performance the far-left special interest groups demanded," and threw "all the mud they could manufacture."
On Ace's sidebar:
Thought: Ford's I'll-Testify-Wait-No-I-Won't-Wait-Now-I-Will-Wait-I-Just-Need-Another-Day-Wait-I-Can't-Fly Tactics Are a One-Woman Version of the Left's Coordinated Interruptions and Disruptions to Delay the Hearings at Their Start.
By Jove, I think he's got it.
It sounds like Judge Kavanaugh is starting to get a little annoyed ...
I 100% agree with this: