'America's Getting Really Tired of This': Candace Owens Slams Left's Kavanaugh Obstruction
Turning Point USA's Candace Owens slammed Democrats for their "petulant" and "childish" attempts to obstruct the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh's confirmation to the high court was thrown into doubt amid a series of uncorroborated sexual assault allegations, but he appears set to be narrowly confirmed Saturday afternoon.
On "Fox & Friends" Saturday, Owens lamented that Kavanaugh was not afforded due process or the presumption of innocence, with many Democratic lawmakers and others on the left standing in opposition to his nomination despite a lack of evidence to back up his accusers' claims.
"America's getting really tired of this," Owens said. "We have the right president in office and, thankfully, we have the right senators to have them stand up and say this no longer works, this country is not ruled by mob justice."
She said part of the problem is a culture of "radicalized feminism," in which accusers are immediately accepted as victims and the accused are immediately branded as guilty.
Owens said she was excited and relieved to see lawmakers stand up to the "mob" and say, "We will not allow this. We will not be bullied. We will not be silenced. We're going to stand by a good man."
"Congratulations to Brett Kavanaugh," she said.
Tammy Bruce added that the anti-Kavanaugh protests that have erupted in recent days show just how pervasive the "groupthink" is on the left.
"Americans see ... that something has truly gone off the rails, that this is something that we must stand up against," Bruce said. "This is our D-Day."
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