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CBS: ‘What Message’ Does ‘Support for Kavanaugh Send to Women?’


[See NewsBusters for more.] CBS This Morning on Tuesday amplified the network’s one-sided narrative when it comes to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The show’s co-hosts wondered “what message” any kind of support for Kavanaugh sends to women. They also pushed the idea that women, like accuser Christine Blasey Ford, simply aren’t allowed to get angry. Talking to Senator Joni Ernst, co-host John Dickerson offered this seemingly no-win question to the Republican: “What message does a vote of support for Judge Kavanaugh send to women in America?” However, Ernst, a backer of Kavanaugh, retorted: “What message that sends to women in America is that we are innocent until proven guilty in this great country.” 

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