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Democrat Senator Mazie Hirono Asks ACB If She’s Ever Sexually Assaulted Anyone


This woman is an absolutely disgrace!

I am furious even as I sit here typing this.

What a total disgrace she is to the United States Senate to even ask a question like this, implying there may be some issue with Amy Coney Barrett.

Are you kidding me?

This is one of the most stand-up woman I have ever seen, and Sen. Hirono (whoever the Hell that is) thinks she is going to question her character and imply that Barrett has a history of sexually assaulting people?

Folks, I’ll say this….

The one thing this truly demonstrates is how evil these people are and how they only have hatred in their hearts.

And you know something about the Devil?

He’s not very creative.

He only knows how to steal, kill and destory, and he has no real creativity of his own.

And the Democrats are demonstrating exactly that….no creativity.

They’re going back to their Kavanaugh playbook even when it makes no sense whatsoever because they don’t know what else to do!

It’s actually really sad.

Take a look:

Fox News had more to report:

Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, asked a question pertaining to an issue that came up quite a bit during Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing but had yet to come up during Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s hearing: whether the Supreme Court nominee had ever sexually assaulted someone.

Citing a statement from Chief Justice John Roberts in 2017 in which he acknowledged that the judiciary “is not immune” from the problem of sexual misconduct, Hirono said it is her duty “to ensure the fitness of nominees” for positions that have lifetime appointments.

“Since you became a legal adult, have you ever made unwanted requests for sexual favors, or committed any physical or verbal harassment or assault of a sexual nature?” Hirono asked.

“No, Senator Hirono,” Barrett replied.

“Have you ever faced discipline or entered into a settlement related to this kind of conduct?” Hirono then asked.

“No, Senator,” Barrett said.

From there, Hirono began asking questions related to Barrett’s judicial philosophy.

Hirono noted that she asks those two questions of all nominees who come before committees on which she sits.


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