This woman is as stupid as a rock. OK, OK, the rock likely has her by a few IQ points. As the Daily caller notes, Hirono really wants our justice system to go away
Hirono was responding to an editorial, published in the Wall Street Journal, which suggested that the situation regarding Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford was damaging the U.S. justice system.
Tapper quoted the piece as saying, “Sexual allegations should be accepted as true merely by having been made. The accuser is presumably telling the truth because the accuser is a woman. This turns American justice and due process upside down.” He then turned the question to Hirono: “What’s your response?”
The Hawaiian Senator responded by saying that if the WSJ actually cared about due process, they would be pushing for an investigation. “For The Wall Street Journal to come out and talk to me about due process or all the women out there that I’m hearing about that never came forward,” she said, “it is really important, not only for these survivors to be heard, but if their stories are as credible as Dr. Ford’s story is, they need to be believed.”
See, just believe any woman that accuses any man, especially a Conservative man, of anything.
She blamed his “ideological agenda,” saying that to her he was not credible because she viewed his denial in the context of the way he handles cases.
“This is a person that will be sitting on our Supreme Court, making decisions that will impact women’s reproductive choice,” she said. “He very much is against women’s reproductive choice.”
Hirono is a great example of how intellectually bankrupt the left is. She wants people to be believed, or not believes based solely on their ideological beliefs it seems. This, of course is what social justice is all about. Not facts, or evidence, no guilt, culpability, and membership in an assigned “victim” group or “oppressor” group determines guilt, punishment, etc.
Senator Hirono, and those like her should frighten everyone who believes that innocence must be assumed until guilt is proved.