The unbiased media in a display of political neutrality has diligently covered an issue of recent political relevance despite it cutting against their political interests. Just kidding, could you imagine? It seems that in the weeks following the attempt to destroy Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s life in an attempt to score political goals, the larger left-leaning outlets have stopped covering the issue despite highly relevant developments.
Since the confirmation of Kavanaugh, we learned that of the three accusers who were used to slander him, one has made a fortune, while the other two are facing a criminal investigation. It seems this warrants little coverage.
Christine Blasey Ford’s story was used by Democrats and their ideological equals to push the narrative that, when accused, a man should have no right to due process or a presumption of innocence since following due process would be an affront to the experiences of sexual assault survivors. Christine’s accusations were claimed to be credible due to the fact that she had a distinguished career and had, quote, “nothing to gain.” Nothing to gain except a million dollars and several prospects for a book deal, of which advances alone tend to be in the hundreds of thousands.
Other than Christine’s enormous return on investment, the media seems to be forgetting a significant development from the other two accusers. Mainly that they’re both now the subjects of criminal investigations relating to what seems to be false accusations against Judge Kavanaugh.
Julie Swetnick, and the attorney she shares with Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti, are under investigation for false accusations after a lacking in evidence, witnesses, and consistency, threw their accusations into disrepair. The second accuser being criminally investigated is Judy Munro-Leighton who recently rescinded her earlier statement. Essentially she admits that not only had she not been raped by Judge Kavanaugh, but she’s never even met him before.
After a media circus like the one that surrounded the confirmation process of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, you’d expect some follow-up on behalf of the free and so-called impartial press, but of course, when there is lacking in political expediency there is a lacking in reporting.