During his testimony, Brett Kavanaugh displayed a strong lack of neutrality and partisanship, which do not belong in the Supreme Court, writes Matt Ford of The New Republic. He alleged a grand Democratic, Clinton-inspired conspiracy against him without providing any evidence thereof. As a member of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, he is required to stay away from voicing such partisan opinions. His anger-filled testimony was in clear violation of that. Kavanaugh even inferred that there will be retribution for the treatment he is getting. Such a man does not seem to have the fair-mindedness or temperament to sit on America’s highest court.
Brett Kavanaugh was highly justified in expressing anger at the treatment he has gotten since he was proposed for the Supreme Court, asserts Rich Lowry of National Review. His name has been dragged through the mud extensively. His anger at Democrats, who didn’t publish Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations until the very last possible moment, to maximize their damage, was warranted. This was the display of a man who has truly suffered from the things said about him. He has been accused of being part of gang rapes, among other excessive charges. Democrats have pounced on his words, trying to use them to prevent his appointment.