Laura Ingraham on reports of sexual assault against Kavanaugh: "A left-wing conspiracy" is "all coming together"
Ingraham: "They should take" The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow's "Pulitzer back for" reporting on second accusation
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From the September 24 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:
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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): A full week after Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation would have been voted on, and he would be in the Supreme Court today with his clerks. He would have started the court looking over certiorari petitions over the weekend.
Instead, because [Sens.] Jeff Flake, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, and the rest -- [Bob] Corker, they didn't see what was happening or put their blinders on. They refused to see this for what it was: a left-wing cabal, a left-wing conspiracy all coming together, swarming together. Jane Mayer from The New Yorker, Ronan Farrow -- oh, but he won a Pulitzer. Then you have Michael Avenatti, oh, he represents Stormy Daniels. Then you have Michael Bromwich, he represents [former Deputy FBI Director] Andrew McCabe. Then you have Deborah Katz, she actually's part of the resistance. She's in video trashing Trump on television, she's been part of the resistance for a long time. Then we find out there was a meeting early on in July about how to stop the Kavanaugh confirmation. Lo and behold, the man who's at the center of that is not advising Christine Blasey Ford.
INGRAHAM: So this is Ronan Farrow, they should take his Pulitzer back for this. Go find Ronan and take his Pulitzer back, OK? Because he actually did great reporting when it came to the [Harvey] Weinstein stuff -- because that was someone who was a dirtbag his whole life, his entire life. Now you're taking a good man and going back to college and high school to try to destroy him. That's what it's about.