I watched yesterday’s hearing. I hear a lot of people were glued to their TVs yesterday, too.
I rarely watch news and found it interesting to see what I usually only listen to on the radio. The nuances of seeing a hearing definitely made a big difference.
I welled up with tears several times watching and hearing Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony. It wrenched my heart in ways that I can only begin to imagine what pain she’s dealing with.
I’m not sure whether to believe her or not. But the testimony was compelling, and her sweetness and authenticity were remarkable.
Then Brett Kavanaugh entered and blasted off to the moon with his angry rant against a conspiratorial plot to ruin his life and family. He doesn’t believe he deserves this kind of treatment, and he’s up in arms that this is ruining his name.
I get it. But there’s one thing that is mind-boggling. Continue reading “Thoughts on the Brett Kavanaugh hearing”