As the investigation into Brett Kavanaugh persists, many people have inevitably brought into question his character and if it is possible that he attempted a sexual assault on Christine Blasey Ford when he was 17.
Upon the announcement of sexual misconduct allegations surfacing in the mainstream, Donald Trump said of Kavanaugh that he is “one of the finest people that I’ve ever known. He’s an outstanding intellect, an outstanding judge, respected by everybody. Never had even a little blemish on his record.”
Is this necessarily a proclamation of Kavanaugh’s innocence? Most definitely not. In reality, when Donald Trump speaks so highly of someone we can almost assume that they’re corrupted individuals.
Donald Trump is the same guy who spoke highly of White Nationalists from Charlottesville and called them “very fine individuals.”
In reality, one doesn’t have to observe his perception of people outside himself who’s character who come into question. America can take a look at Donald Trump himself and know that he has a high opinion of himself although he is corrupted. This is a man who has also been in the limelight for his sexual deviance and assault claims, he has been at the center of much controversy as it applies to violating regulations and laws. He has overtly said discriminatory things about the very people he was elected to preside over.
It doesn’t take a genius to know, when under fire, the LAST person anyone should want to come out and endorse them is Donald Trump. He is not a good judge of character.