On Monday's radio show, Glenn Beck reviewed a memo released over the weekend by Rachel Mitchell, a Maricopa County sex crimes prosecutor.
Senate Republicans tapped Mitchell, who was recognized by former President Barack Obama's head of Homeland Security as Sexual Assault Prosecutor of the Year, to conduct Christine Blasey Ford's interview as she testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
As a prosecutor, Mitchell's job is to prove that sexual assault did occur, but in her memo, she stated that Ford's allegations were weaker than a "he said, she said" case that is extremely difficult to prosecute. She also stated that no “reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Judge Brett Kavanaugh given the “evidence” that exists against him.
To read the memo released by Mitchell, click here.
"I want to talk to those people who I think are reasonable, who can look at Ford, see her testimony and say 'OK, so why wouldn't we just do the FBI investigation thing,'" Glenn said on Monday's episode of "The Glenn Beck Radio Program."
"In a reasonable world, you are absolutely right. But this is not about Ford and it is not about making sure that these charges stick," he continued.
"It's why as soon as Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) requested an FBI investigation, the narrative changed," Glenn asserted. "Now, they're going after and saying that he [Kavanaugh] lied about drinking beer."
Using logic, Glenn explained that because Democrats lack evidence to support Ford's allegations, they have instead made Kavanaugh's hearing about the "victims."
After announcing that he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh, Flake was cornered in an elevator by two women who have since been identified as Maria Gallagher and Ana Maria Archila, co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy. Both accused Flake of "allowing someone who actually assaulted a woman to sit on the Supreme Court."
When social justice is played the way the postmodernists and progressives are playing it now, it does not provide any kind of real justice, Glenn lamented.
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