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Trump Just Said Two Absurd Things About Kavanaugh Confirmation

Donald Trump was walking to Marine One yesterday morning when a journalist asked the misogynist president about his message to America’s young men following the Brett Kavanaugh controversy. Trump offered a disgusting response.

President Trump said Tuesday that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s experience following sexual assault allegations marked a difficult moment for young men.

“It’s a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of,” Trump told reporters on the White House South Lawn as he left for an event in Pennsylvania.

“You can be somebody that was perfect your entire life, and somebody could accuse you of something,” he added.

False accusations of sexual assault are very  rare, so this type of thinking just leads to more people believeing the denials being made by monstrous rapists such as Brett Kavanaugh. Besides that, Trump a terrible person to be sending this message.

Almost 30 years ago, several black and Latino teenagers got accused of attacking a lone woman in New York. That group came to be called the Central Park Five, and that incident began an important controversy.

Disgusting Donald Trump weighed in, buying big full-page newspaper ads which called for the death penalty to be reinstituted, exploiting the crime in order to advance his hateful message.

The teenagers were convicted, but were later were exonerated when the DNA evidence showed the Central Park Five to be innocent. The city ended up paying the accused in a multi-million-dollar settlement.

In 2016, not long before getting elected illegitimately to the presidency, Donald Trump said he still believed the Central Park Five were actually guilty.

Two years later, with Brett Kavanaugh under fire for being a rapist, Trump is suddenly very concerned about what a “scary” time it is for all young men, since people that they don’t know might accuse them of crimes which they “may not really be guilty of.”

Supposedly, “somebody could accuse you of something” for no reason, although that’s extremely unlikely. The vast majority of these men being accused, including the president, did assault women.

The evil president was also asked about his message for American women. He replied, like an idiot with no conscience, “Women are doing great.” Evidently, Donald Trump doesn’t believe it is “a very scary time” for women, the half of the population that is actually under attack and whose truths are being ignored by misogynistic men.

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