Allegations Against Kavanaugh Has Sparked a Wave of Unbridled Anger and Anxiety

Now that the Democrats seem to have destroyed the American concept of innocence until proven guilty, Republican men have become greatly concerned. You can easily see the anger and concern. Polls are beginning to see a taste of this as Democrats are losing their support. This may be a motivating factor that the Democratic Party has not factored in. You read and you decide.

As Written By Philip Rucker and Robert Costa for Press Herald:

Many say they are now seen as guilty until proven innocent; some women, however, say this is merely complaining from a group that has never been made to feel threatened or powerless.

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The sexual-assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have sparked a wave of unbridled anger and anxiety from many Republican men, who say they are in danger of being swept up by false accusers who are biased against them.

From President Trump to his namesake son to Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., the howls of outrage crystallize a strong current of grievance within a party whose leadership is almost entirely white and overwhelmingly male – and which does not make a secret of its fear that demographic shifts and cultural convulsions could jeopardize its grip on power.

This eruption of male resentment now seems likely to play a defining role in the midterm elections just five weeks away, contrasting with a burst of enthusiasm among women propelling Democratic campaigns and inspired by the national #MeToo reckoning over sexual assault and gender roles.

“I’ve got boys and I’ve got girls, and when I see what’s going on right now, it’s scary,” Donald Trump Jr., a father of five small children, said in an interview with DailyMailTV aired….

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Kavanaugh allegations trigger angry, anxious response from Republican men – Portland Press Herald

 

 

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