Real Time host Bill Maher targeted Democrats on Friday night for renewed opposition to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Maher began the show's podium discussion by pointing to the "Kavanaugh effect" and stating that four vulnerable Democrats lost their seats in the US Senate in 2018 for speaking out against the then Supreme Court candidate, citing Senator Joe Manchin, DW .Va., Who supported President Trump's appointment of Kavanaugh, was the only Democrat of the Red State who maintained his job. "It looked bad – and now the Democrats are talking about accusing him again?"
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CNN Commentator Tim Naftali – The historian and former director of The Nixon Library in California defended the opposition of the Democrats against Kavanaugh and suggested that a "dark cloud" should be prosecuted over the judiciary
"From High School?" Maher responded.
MSNBC analyst Heather McGhee was on Naftali's side, stressing that it was Kavanaugh's "character."
But Maher has doubled.
fully trained character, "exclaimed Maher. "Ruth Bader Ginsburg said bright things about him, I think he's a ——. I think he should not be at the Supreme Court."
"Sometimes you have to fight, even if you can not win," said Naftali.
"But how were you at 17?" Maher shot back. "I'm just telling you what the politics are … People do not think you should go back to the age of 17. It just seems absurd to them, and by the way, it's counterproductive for Democrats to win."
Do not think that you should return to the age of 17 years.
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Last week, The The New York Times made an explosive report on a reoccurring charge of sexual assault Kavanaugh from his college days Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly's play was adapted from their upcoming book "The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Inquiry", claiming that there is confirmation of an incident involving Kavanaugh as a student Yale a female classmate at a party.
But the Times was forced to issue a update containing the important detail that several friends of the alleged victim stated that they were not following the alleged sexual assault The newspaper also stated for the first time that the alleged victim had refused to be interviewed, and did not comment otherwise on the Epis ode.
Several Democratic lawmakers called for Kavanaugh's impeachment, including 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif. And Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.