Kavanaugh Admits To Being A High School Version, But He Shouldn't Have To


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By all accounts, Brett Kavanaugh is a qualified jurist with a resume worthy of the Supreme Court. Which is why Senate Democrats are having to resort to attacking his personal life in an effort to block his confirmation until the midterm elections. But, unlike the similar situation of Merrick Garland, President Obama's Supreme Court Nominee who's confirmation was pushed back (and eventually canceled) due to the upcoming Presidential Election, the President's opponents have gotten personal. 

In an effort to prove his innocence against several sexual assault accusations, Judge Kavanaugh admitted to being a virgin well into college in an interview with Fox News. While there is nothing wrong with that, why should anyone have to admit their sexual history on national television?



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