Huffington Post, the leftist media puppet, decided it was a good idea to get the views from the people. After all, they and nearly every mainstream media outlet has been waging all-out war on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination since it was first announced. Now that they’ve blasted every possible media venue with Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation of sexual assault nearly four decades ago, it’s time to see how effective the propaganda campaign has been.
So far, it hasn’t really been effective at all.
According to their poll through YouGov, a mere 26% polled believe the accusation is credible. They asked, “Do you think that the allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh generally is or is not credible?”
28% believe the allegations are not credible, 32% haven’t heard enough to say, and 14% aren’t sure.
Perhaps the only alarming part of the results is that middle number. How can 32% of Americans not hear enough to say? The details are scant; she was at a party and Kavanaugh allegedly sexually assaulted her. There are no witnesses other than one who claims to not have witnessed it and nothing was said about the incident until three decades later when she told her husband and therapist, though didn’t say who the perpetrator was at the time.
That’s it. That’s what we know. And with every outlet pushing that information out to the people, the thought that 1/3rd of Americans haven’t heard it is appalling.
Then again, perhaps they answered that way in hopes of hearing the story directly from the accuser. That possibility still remains in doubt.
It’s up to Senators and Senators alone to determine if Kavanaugh should be a justice. These polls are generally meaningless, but if the Senators want to use them to listen to the people, so be it. Start listening, folks.