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In the midst of a fiery Supreme Court hearing, the Democrats are under fire for the proliferation of selective video clips edited, online statements by the nominated judge Brett Kavanaugh — and then by your interpretation, in spite of the criticism.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., tweeted a video Tuesday evening from Kavanaugh to speak at the Columbus law at the Catholic University of America in the year 2015.

“But fortunately we had a good spell, we have, to this day,” Kavanaugh says in the video. “As Dean reminded me prior to the talk, this is What happens at Georgetown Prep, remains at Georgetown Prep.’ This is a good thing for all of us, I think.”

Warren Kavanaugh denounced the comments, which came in the Wake of a statement by Christine Blasey Ford, says that Kavanaugh tried to sexually assault her in high school at a house party.

Brett Kavanaugh talks about his high school 2015: “What happened at Georgetown Prep, remains at Georgetown Prep.”

I can’t imagine that every parent the adoption of this view. Is that really what America wants in its next Supreme Court Justice?

— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) September 18, 2018

“I can’t imagine that any of the parents tweeted the adoption of this view,” Warren. “Is this really what America wants in its next Supreme Court Justice?”


But the clip, the first excavated, the cut of MSNBC, comments from Kavanaugh to show that he has three friends.

“I, by chance, three classmates of mine at Georgetown Prep were graduates of this law school in 1990, and are really good friends of mine,” Kavanaugh said in a recording of the entire speech, naming his friends.

“And you were good friends then and are still good friends of mine this weekend, as we he added all E-Mail,”. Then he made the “what happens at Georgetown Prep, remains in the Georgetown Prep” – remark.

Conservatives criticized Warren and other outlets, the spread of the unedited clip for the admission of Kavanaugh out of context.

“For you there is no time for context,” The Washington Examiner’s Becket Adams wrote. “There is to torpedo the Supreme court to be nominated!”

Warren, the remark comes shortly after Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif, came under fire from fact-checkers for tweeting a video of Kavanaugh to appear, to describe some contraceptives as “abortion-inducing drugs,” during his hearing.

The comment came as he described a case with the pro-life-priests for life, the challenge of the ObamaCare contraception mandate.


“It was a technical question you to fill out a form, in this case,” he said. “In this case, you would fill out the form said, make them complicit in the regulation of abortion-inducing drugs, which they were, as a religious matter, the objection.”

But Harris tweeted a video of the Preface is missing to show that he summarizes the arguments of the priests for life.

Harris accused Kavanaugh of choosing his words very carefully and said, “This is a dog whistle for the go after birth control.”

Kavanaugh chooses his words very carefully, and this is a dog whistle for the go after the birth. He was nominated for the purpose of taking away a wife, the constitutionally protected right for their own health care decisions. Make no mistake – this is about the punishment of the women.

— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) 7. September 2018

“He was nominated for the purpose of taking away a wife, the constitutionally protected right for their own health care decisions,” the tweet said. “Make no mistake – this is about punishing the women.”

Harris stood by the comments, although she later tweeted a more detailed version of the video. But the statement drew strong criticism not only from Republicans, but also from the fact checkers.

“Brett Kavanaugh, contraception, abortion-inducing drugs? No,” was the headline from Politifact is a fact — which rated the statement “False.”

The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler said, “it is quite clear from the context that he quotes the views of the plaintiff rather than offer a personal view.” He said that the original tweet from Harris was “somewhat mitigated” by the tweet provides a fuller context, but still the claim “Four Pinnochios.”

“You earned Four Pinocchios — and her fellow Democrats should be talking this fall,” the fact check read.

But the statement was right picked up days later by the former 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who accused Kavanaugh, with “dog whistle to the extreme.”

This was not the only misleading statement made by Democrats during the purchase process. Sen. Cory Booker, D-NJ, has been widely mocked for dramatically claims that he make the release of documents, the rules, in spite of the Senate only later that the documents had been cleared for release in the night before.

Kavanaugh did not use that term, because he misunderstands the basic science of birth control—the fact that contraception prevents the fertilization of the eggs in the first place. He uses this term because it is whistling a dog to the extreme right.

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) On September 12, 2018


“I’m going to release the e-mail about “racial profiling” and I understand that the penalty comes with the potential displacement from the Senate,” said Booker, a possible 2020 democratic candidate for President, in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

At another point, Booker is the pre-approved E-Mails said that his release, “This is about the closest I’ll probably ever have in my life, “I am Spartacus’ moment.”

Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis and Alex Pappas contributed to this report.


Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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