The Five: The Left's Rejection of Due Process Means Everyone Must Buy 'Accusation Insurance'
The panel on "The Five" discussed Tuesday how some Democrats have all but rejected the American standard of due process when certain conservatives are accused of infractions.
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand maintained that "I believe Dr. Blasey Ford" and Delaware Sen. Chris Coons said Judge Brett Kavanaugh "now bears the burden of disproving these allegations."
Senate Judiciary Committee Member Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) added that Kavanaugh "downplayed his drinking" and that such an answer during his Fox News interview "go[es against] his credibility."
Greg Gutfeld called those answers from various media appearances "fairly chilling responses, when you ask about due process."
He said that by noting Kavanaugh is not in a court of law, the left is "basically admitting we can crucify you without evidence... let's keep it out of the court of law."
"You lose your rights if you're up for a job," he said.
FBN's Kennedy added that the Kavanaugh nomination process has "turned into a circus" in general, noting New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker's "Spartacus moment."
Gutfeld added that in the wake of all of the proceedings, "everyone needs accusation insurance [or] allegation insurance" to protect them against extra-judicial verdicts against them.
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