At a Tuesday night rally in Southaven, Mississippi, President Donald Trump expressed his doubts about college professor Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The media have almost universally labeled Trump's remarks as mockery of a sexual assault victim. Read more on this here.
Susan Collins made a point of stopping and answering a question about Trump's attacks on Ford. She could have walked into hearing and ignored it, but she wanted to express her displeasure. But the FBI report is more likely to influence her vote than anything Trump is saying pic.twitter.com/d9OzbU7LnE
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) October 3, 2018
Did Trump really mock Christine Blasey Ford?
On Wednesday's episode of "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," Glenn and Stu Burguiere reacted to the mainstream media's biased headlines and the overwhelming social media outrage over Trump's rally.
After playing a clip from the rally, Glenn asked, "This is Donald Trump mocking? No. This is Donald Trump stating the facts in the Kavanaugh case."
He pointed out that Trump's audience was not laughing in mockery but cheering on the fact that Trump was stating what no one else will say.
"He's saying things that I don't think any other president would have the balls to say," Glenn added.
Is Ford a 'victim' or an accuser?
Glenn and Stu went on to discuss how the use of the word "victim" implies that Brett Kavanaugh is guilty of the accusations against him, even though there is no evidence to support Ford's claims. Find the latest update on the Kavanaugh/Blasey Ford allegations here.
Watch the video clip above to catch more of the conversation.