Episode 6

Kavanaugh Confirmation Timeline


September 24th, 2018

1 hr 4 mins 25 secs

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Today we break down the timeline of the Kavanaugh nomination and of course go off on a few tangents as well. There is a lot of material we didnt have time to cover as well, some of which will be linked in the show notes. If you are looking for a passionate and engaging look at politics with a side order of not taking ourselves to seriously you are gonna love The Schmidt Show.

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Episode Links

  • Brett Kavanaugh Timeline — Staying on top of this debacle has been a full time job. Not hyperbole. Just when you think you’ve got a handle on what’s going on, something stupider happens. (I love that Crowder can get the facts out with a dose of humor on the side.)
  • Barbara Kay: A sadly necessary handbook for men falsely accused of sexual assault | National Post — The feminist rubric is: believe the victim; don’t look for discrediting evidence; false allegations are extremely rare. That simply isn’t true. Not today and not historically. Retired international lawyer and former U.S. prosecutor John Davis, who brings depth of experience in rape and sexual assault cases to his argumentation, reminds us, in his book, False Accusation of Rape: Lynching in the 21st Century, of the thousands of cases of white women who — knowing the dire consequences — falsely accused black men of sexually inappropriate conduct.
  • Read the Christine Blasey Ford Letter — Dear Senator Feinstein; I am writing with information relevant in evaluating the current nominee to the Supreme Court...
  • Emmett Till Murder - Claims Were False — For six decades, she has been the silent woman linked to one of the most notorious crimes in the nation’s history, the lynching of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old black boy, keeping her thoughts and memories to herself as millions of strangers idealized or vilified her...
  • Falsely accused Texas state trooper — A Texas woman could face charges for falsely accusing a state trooper of sexual assault who had arrested her for drunk driving, authorities said.
  • 10 Appalling Moments From The Duke Lacrosse Case — The story scratched every social-justice itch, and everyone seemed more than happy to scratch away, despite a lack of evidence. A little more than a year after the alleged assault, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper took the unusual step of declaring the three accused men “innocent,” after a “tragic rush to accuse and a failure to verify serious allegations,” and prosecuting Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong was disbarred and convicted of contempt.