Some called Graham “pathetic.”
what a pathetic man u are graham – have u no decency u partisan slug – u r a national disgrace… with ur screaming and carrying on like a scared high scool boy who never got to hang with the football players. have u been raped lindsey? #shutUP
— ROSIE (@Rosie) October 1, 2018
All you want is to put a repeated perjurer and credibly accused sexual assaulter on the Supreme Court for life as though the women of this country, and all Americans for that matter, don’t deserve better…because you’re pals with him.
— Amanda Guinzburg (@Guinz) October 1, 2018
Why is Graham not interested in the truth? If Kavanaugh is innocent, an investigation could prove that.
Why is lying by Kavanaugh acceptable to you? Why is his uncontrolled temper acceptable to you? Why are uninvestigated crimes acceptable to you? Why do you want a sexual predator on the bench? I would react by demanding an investigation – not blocking it.
— John McCain (@pipermccain) October 1, 2018
Kavanaugh’s aggressive behavior at the hearing has also raised eyebrows.
There are better, more honorable ways to make a forceful defense of one's behavior and character. All it requires is self control, a commit to speak the truth, and respect for the Court seat you aspire to hold. Throwing a public hissy fit isn't how you make your case.
— Tom Dunkel (@tom_dunkel) October 1, 2018
well, first of all, I sure wouldn't lie about things that are easily disproven. second, i wouldn't brag that i liked beer so damn much. lastly, i'd make sure friends and colleagues don't go around claiming the allegations are all or in part true.
— Is this presidency over yet? (@thecitizeNY) October 1, 2018
If I were a sexual predator, a gang rapist & a bumbling stumbling alcoholic, I would have acted as defensive and outraged as Kavanaugh did at the hearing. You need to consider that these allegations may be true. You should also consider your measured response if they are proven.
— Angry Dead Author (@overheard100) October 1, 2018
Translation: ignore the multiple credible sexual assault claims.
— Victor Stoddard (@VicStoddard) October 1, 2018
Let’s not forget this gem, either.
On Friday, Republican leadership in the Senate along with the White House agreed to a “limited in scope” investigation by the FBI. On Monday, Trump said he was “open-minded” and will accept the findings of the FBI, but would not say if he had a “plan B” if Kavanaugh’s nomination falls through.