If Brett Kavanaugh joins the Supreme Court, he's already agreed to not convict Donald Trump of any potential wrongdoing having to do with Russian interference in the 2016 election. Fortunately, Kavanaugh once tried to cop a feel from a girl who apparently wasn't interested, and that might disqualify him. The Resistance is on the case!
Kneecapping Kavanaugh won't prevent Trump from just finding someone else who's "with the program," and who knows how many Supreme Court Justices he'll get to install, if Russia succeeds in poisoning Ruth Bader Ginsburg (who might not be capable of dying otherwise), but it should make for some pretty good TV nonetheless.
People are already drawing the obvious parallels between this and the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings back in the early '90s. In the Thomas hearings, Anita Hill, who'd been recruited/cajoled by feminists concerned that Roe v. Wade might be overturned, alleged that the nominee had placed a pube on a can of coke and talked about having watched pr0n—which would obviously preclude someone from being able to serve on the Supreme Court.
The Senate knew better than to fall for some shit like that, but that was upwards of 30 years ago. We've only moved backwards as a country. Certainly rap music has.
Notice how Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford is referred to by all three of her names, as if she's an assassin. She's claiming that the current nominee, at a house party in the early '80s, when they were both in high school, threw her onto a bed and probably would have made sweet, passionate love to her without her consent if she hadn't both outwitted and overpowered him.
She told a therapist about this (without actually naming the perp) two years ago, so at the very least, she didn't make this up subsequent to Kavanaugh's nomination. And the fact that she was seeing a therapist in the first place shouldn't count against him, because that's mental illness shaming.
Crazy people get attacked too, maybe even more than sane people.