Michelle Malkin appeared on "Fox & Friends" Thursday to weigh in on the latest in the controversy surrounding Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, including a new video from Hollywood actresses backing Kavanaugh's sexual assault accuser.

California professor Christine Blasey Ford has claimed Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both high school students in the early 1980s, throwing his confirmation to the high court into doubt.

In a video for MoveOn, Julianne Moore, America Ferrera, Gabrielle Union, Eva Longoria, Marisa Tomei and many other women all read the same supportive letter to Ford, saying they believe her and declaring that Kavanaugh "should not be confirmed."



"These Hollywood liberal women belong to an unthinking cult," Malkin said. "There's a huge cognitive dissonance because many of these Hollywood women are the ones who champion some of the people who have been exonerated over the last 20 years."


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She cited the National Registry of Exonerations, which has chronicled more than 2,200 cases of innocent people who have been exonerated since 1989.

"And yet, there they are telling us we have to believe, believe, believe, believe," Malkin said. "I don't believe a gender. I believe evidence."

She said she doubts Ford's allegation, because she doesn't see the evidence, credibility or contemporaneous accounts

She said it's important for Ford to speak out about her claim, but Democrats have labeled it "bullying" for Republican lawmakers to call for a hearing on Capitol Hill or a private interview with Ford.

"If people do not rise up against these kind of false allegations, it's their sons, their fathers and their grandfathers who will be next. It could happen to you," Malkin warned.

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