CRTV host Allie Beth Stuckey said Wednesday on Fox & Friends that she isn't surprised at the criticism directed toward Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's wife.

Ashley Kavanaugh has faced backlash after supporting her husband and appearing with him during an interview on "The Story With Martha MacCallum."

Mrs. Kavanaugh said that it has been an "incredibly difficult" process dealing with the sexual misconduct allegations facing her husband.

"I'm not surprised because I know the fine print below this 'believe all women' mantra," Stuckey said. "It's 'believe all women that advance the leftist agenda.'"


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Stuckey questioned the apparent double standard of expecting people to immediately believe Kavanaugh's accusers, but not his wife of 14 years.

"It doesn't make any sense but it's right out of the leftist playbook," she said.

Stuckey said the backlash toward Mrs. Kavanaugh is "very unfair."

"If you're going to say 'believe all women,' then you need to believe all women."


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