Has Brett Kavanaugh connected the dots?

· October 5, 2018  
    Font Size A A A
Abortion rally outside the Supreme Court
Tasos Katopodis | Getty Images

Should Brett Kavanaugh finally be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court after the proctology exam that has passed for senatorial advice and consent, he darn well better have connected the dots about why he had to suffer such a perverted “process.”

Here’s the long and the short of it: Progressives like to kill babies.

Among other reasons, they’ve been telling you for a while now that they like to do it to earn money from the selling of their tiny body parts, yet most Republicans in Congress didn’t seem to bat an eye.

That can’t — it musn’t — be Kavanaugh’s response. No more blah, blah, blah stare decisis garbage concerning Roe v. Wade, like he spewed forth at the outset of his confirmation hearing. He uttered those words — whether he believes them or not — like so many Republican judicial appointees before him, and look where it got him.

Oh yeah, and the rest of us who don’t worship at the altar of human sacrifice right along with him. Even before it was clear that the FBI’s latest investigation into Kavanaugh revealed exactly nothing, Planned Parenthood tweeted this:

“Roses are red
Violets are blue
Senators vote NO on #Kavanaugh
Or else we’re coming for you.”

The Babylon Bee expertly trolled the baby-killers after that ode to death with the headline, “Senate On Lockdown After Receiving Credible Threat From Known Killers.” And while there is a desperate humor in that analysis of the situation, it will be desperate to the point of tears if Kavanaugh doesn’t do more than try to find humor through the suffering.



Don’t miss a minute of Steve Deace on CRTV! Sign up for your FREE 30-day trial now!


Innocent life after innocent life is being sent to the furnace for destruction daily, for decades now, in the name of a horrible and fake “choice.” And because of that, life itself has been devalued to the point that Kavanaugh was targeted for destruction. Not because he, or the president who nominated him will necessarily stand in opposition to that, but because they won’t obviously celebrate it.

You are either in the cult or you are a dead man walking, according to the bloody rules of progressivism. So here’s a pro tip: If playing the game and trying to meet them halfway, after years of law school and jurisprudence, means you can end up being called a gang-raping drunk with no evidence to support the claim, then that game sucks. And if you play it, you suck, too.

Open war is upon you, whether you wish it or not. Defending innocent life must again become paramount in a world that has compromised on that front for far too long. And it was because of that principle alone — that the consequences of guilt shall not be fashioned like a noose around the neck of the innocent — that many people who were lukewarm about Kavanaugh’s outlook as a judge came roaring to his defense.

No matter his faults or his limitations, what the progressive mob tried to do to him simply isn’t right. Likewise, it simply isn’t right that the law has protected baby-killing as a “right” for Kavanaugh’s entire professional life and beyond.

It’s time for him to reject that paradigm. It’s time for him to bend his knee to the truth instead of bending the truth to him. Not as political payback or personal vengeance, but because he has been given ears to hear and eyes to see. Innocence must be protected. The enemies of innocence like Planned Parenthood must be defeated.

If Kavanaugh is not clear on that now, may God help him.

Author: Steve Deace

Steve Deace is broadcast nationally each weeknight on CRTV. He is the author of the book “A Nefarious Plot.”