Witness To Kavanaugh Incident Wrote Of The Manly Virtues

By on September 20, 2018

September 20, 2018

Mark Judge is a prep school pal of Brett Kavanaugh’s, a journalist and a film-maker, but history is likely to remember him as the one who was at Kavanaugh’s side when the Supreme Court nominee allegedly made a drunken attempt to rape a girl. Judge is on record as being unable to recall whether or not the incident occurred as Kavanaugh’s accuser describes it. He is also on record as the author of an article titled, Barack Obama, the First Female President. “ Barack Obama doesn’t have just a streak of the feminine in him; he seems to be a woman, and a feminist one at that, with a streak of man in him,” Judge wrote, in 2013. He bolsters his contention with references to a book called Manvotionals: Timeless Wisdom and Advice on Living the 7 Manly Virtues. Judge found Obama lacking in all seven areas. For example, in respect to the manly virtue of resolution, he writes: “The only thing President Obama seems resolute is defending positions that are morally repulsive. He is a radical extremist on abortion, the most anti-woman act imaginable, and will not call radical Islam radical Islam.” In respect to the manly virtue of courage, he compares the former President unfavorably to his wife, and concludes with a wistful recollection: “Oh for the days when president George W. Bush gave his wife Laura a loving but firm pat on the backside in public. The man knew who was boss.”
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