Judge Kavanaugh would be wise to travel to his nearest local bookstore and buy a copy of the classic Kafka. His travails through the past three months are minor in comparison to what most people accused of crimes and misdemeanors go through.
I, myself have been the target of false accusations from 2001 that interfered in my ability to gain employment hundreds of times, as a result of a lie told by my ex-wife. A result of poor judgment on my part marrying her out of pity.
I was not born into a wealthy family. I have fought tooth and nail for everything I have garnered out of life. I have been discriminated against because I was a white male. I have earned my place in history. But, history won't remember me, or you either for that matter.
Judge Kavanaugh has been vindicated because he is an honest and honorable man. If he were here, I would congratulate him roundly and shake his hand vigorously. But, alas, he is not, for I am not that important of a person that God would stand me next to such a humble servant as Brett Kavanaugh.
No corroborating witnesses, no evidence, no recollection of a time, date, or location of the alleged crime; but yet, the senators of the once proud Democratic Party of the United States, wanted to condemn this good man because God Almighty sent him to stand up for the innocent children being murdered every hour around the world. As well as the humble, the meek, the poor, those who cannot afford justice on their own, and those who need God's grace and a kind word every now and then. Such a man is Judge Kavanaugh.
Horrific lies were told about this good man, and he bore it well. He stood up and denied the allegations head on. Some say his temper got the best of him, but they were on the opposite side of God's will.
The unjust and unsubstantiated charges fell flat on their faces in the United States Senate this afternoon as the senate voted 50-48 to confirm Judge Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. Innocent until proven guilty doesn't mean much unless you have walked a mile in the shoes of the accused. In a war of good and evil, none come out unscathed or unbruised.
The Rule of Law will always win against mob rule. "Justice is mine!," sayeth the Lord.
We would do well to remember that.
As Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh issues his judgments in the future, he would do well to remember these words. They will serve him well.
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