Digby on Kavanaugh

One of our favorite writers Heather “Digby” Parton, of the blog Hullabaloo, joins us for a long discussion of the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. (The episode was recorded just before Jeff Flake’s bombshell announcement.)

We talk about Kavanaugh clearly having committed perjury, his lack of the the appropriate judicial temperament, how good a job the Dems actually did during the hearing (not so well, we all agree), and the effect this entire affair will have on women generally and in the upcoming election in particular.

This is a 14-minute excerpt of the one-hour 38-minute episode. To hear the entire show, and support our work, become a patron at Patreon.

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