Just when you think it can’t get more pathetic, it does.
The mainstream media’s disdain for Brett Kavanaugh is no secret, however, the latest story being spread across the Kavanaugh news landscape is one of which we can’t help but laugh.
As the rape allegations rapidly fall apart due to the lack of corroboration and zero evidence, the narrative has shifted to Brett Kavanaugh’s drinking habits.
In an ongoing attempt to smear our next Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the New York Times, CNN, Bloomberg and others published some of the most comical headlines of the year.
The New York Times headline says “Kavanaugh was questioned by Police After Bar Fight in 1985.”
CNN and Bloomberg were also quick to pick up on this whopper of a story.
This is a real story, trust me. No fake news here! But it’s the first paragraph that will make you chuckle.
According to The New York Times:
As an undergraduate student at Yale, Brett M. Kavanaugh was involved in an altercation at a local bar during which he was accused of throwing ice on another patron, according to a police report.
The incident, which occurred in September 1985 during Mr. Kavanaugh’s junior year, resulted in Mr. Kavanaugh and four other men being questioned by the New Haven Police Department. Mr. Kavanaugh was not arrested, but the police report stated that a 21-year-old man accused Mr. Kavanaugh of throwing ice on him “for some unknown reason.”
For his part, speaking to the officers, Mr. Kavanaugh did not want “to say if he threw the ice or not,” the police report said.
This is where we are now… The New York Times dedicated time and resources for a story accusing Brett Kavanaugh of THROWING ICE on someone.
Here’s a screenshot of our Google search showing the clear attempt of deception:
Sadly, the real goal here for the media is for people to scan passed these headlines and continue their predetermined opinion of Brett Kavanaugh without actually knowing the facts of the case.
Well ladies and gentleman, I presume he’s going to lose a ton of confirmation votes due to the ice throwing incident. We can’t have that temperament on the Court.
Just kidding, of course. But the media isn’t.