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CNN Asks Women If They Believe Kavanaugh Accuser: They Don’t

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper ran a segment on his show “Anderson Cooper 360” Thursday night polling women on whether they believed Judge Brett Kavanaugh or his sexual misconduct accuser.

“By show of hands, how many of believe Judge Kavanaugh when he says this didn’t happened,” asked CNN’s Randi Kaye to five Republican women.

All of them raised their hands in support of the Supreme Court Nominee.

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“How can we believe the word of a woman on something that happened 36 years ago when this guy has an impeccable reputation,” asked Lourdes Castillo de la Peña. “There is nobody who has spoke ill-will about him. Everyone that speaks about him, this guy’s an alter boy, you know a Scout. Because one woman made an allegation, I’m sorry I don’t buy it.”

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“In the grand scheme of things there was no intercourse,” said Irina Villarino. “There was maybe a touch. Can we really, 36 years later – she’s still stuck on that, had it happened?”

When asked why the accuser would come forward, considering the damage the accusation has done to her personal life, the women replied in kind.

“She’s also destroying his life, his wife’s life, his children’s lives,” Villarino said. “I mean why didn’t she come out sooner if she’s telling the truth?”

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More than 40 College and Young Republican Groups Sign Letter Demanding Action on Big Tech Censorship from Senate GOP

Calling out Silicon Valley’s election interference.

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Almost 50 youth conservative organizations, ranging from Young to College Republican Chapters and America First student groups, signed onto an open letter on Friday demanding action from Senate Republicans on Big Tech censorship and political authoritarianism.

The young conservatives and nationalists cited the recent suppression of the Hunter Biden email scandal, with platforms such as Twitter implementing an unprecedented level of political censorship to squelch a New York Post report detailing insider foreign business dealings and Joe Biden’s knowledge of them.

Read the letter in its entirely here.

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In a statement provided to Big League Politics, College Republicans United at Arizona State University emphasized the need for conservatives to unite against the authoritarian alliance of the Democratic Party and Silicon Valley tech monopolies.

Democrats use to be the loudest critics of ‘Corporate America’ trampling on the rights of average Americans. These days they are nothing more then corporate apologists who protect crony capitalism.”

Populist Senator Josh Hawley has taken point in the drive to hold Silicon Valley oligarchs to account for their censorship of the American people, but the anti-Big Tech movement has been hamstrung by malcontents within the Senate GOP caucus unwilling to do little more than whine about censorship, while actively undermining a policy solution.

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