Judge Judy’s reputation for a no-nonsense brand of justice led many to wonder what she thinks about the 11th-hour sexual assault allegations lobbed against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The fiery TV judge issued a sidewalk ruling on the matter when asked by TMZ.
She has a history of standing up for men who are under attack, so it’s not hard to believe that she didn’t jump to conclusions when this case started blowing up. While others on television are clinging to accusations from Christina Blasey Ford and now Deborah Ramirez, Judge Judy isn’t. Joy Behar, who described Kavanaugh as a “predatory” male certainly won’t like what the popular TV judge has to say.
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“One hopes that people wait and don’t rush to judgment and listen to both sides of an argument before they make a decision.”
Judge Judy refused to take a political side. She would not blame Republicans when the reporter attempted to bait her into that line of argument. Judge Judy wants things to be fair.
“There is always the hope that reasoned people will listen to both sides of an argument before they make a judgment,” Judge Judy continued. “That’s what people are supposed to do. They’re not supposed to rush to judgment on either side. They are supposed to listen…”
Judge Judy refused to automatically believe Blasey Ford without proof. Partisan Democrats and radical feminists are pushing the narrative that the accuser’s word is all that matters, but Judge Judy knows there are always two sides to every story.
The debate over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation has gotten incredibly heated after it was learned that Senator Dianne Feinstein sat on Blasey Ford’s accusations for two months before disclosing them. This has led to charges of Feinstein’s timing to be an attempt to push the vote until after the election. She had two months to ask Kavanaugh about these allegations, but she withheld everything until it was time to vote.
Christine Blasey Ford has agreed to testify before the Committee on Thursday. That will be the first time her claims are put on the record.