#Believe Which Women?
The question that hovers over the Kavanaugh hearing
As I write this, hundreds of people are converging on the streets of Washington, D.C., and in the halls of the U.S. Capitol with T-shirts saying “Believe Women.”
Does anyone bother to ask what this really means? Obviously, on the surface it is a statement of support for the women who have accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault or misconduct.
But how would they end that sentence?
Believe women above men, always and without question? Believe women immediately, and forget about due process? Believe women no matter what, to the point that a man is convicted in the court of public opinion with any evidence or opportunity for rebuttal?
Is that really what this is about now?
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Written by Amy Clark
Amy Clark, a sixth-generation Texan, is the former vice chair of the Republican Party of Texas and longtime conservative activist.