On the eve of the midterm elections, Tammy Bruce joined Tucker Carlson to react to the Senate Judiciary Committee referring a woman to the FBI for “materially false statements” about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) referred Judy Munro-Leighton to authorities after his office said she alleged that Kavanaugh and a friend raped her in the backseat of a car -- only for that story to fall apart.

That allegation came amid Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing and during a firestorm over allegations that he sexually assaulted women in high school and college.

Bruce said Democrats used the various allegations as a "political stunt," and she's hearing "crickets" from them and the media now that one of the accusations has been exposed as an apparent fabrication.


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She said if Democrats were really serious about supporting victims of sexual assault, they should be angry about a false allegation hurting the wider movement.

"Everybody has run for the hills," Bruce said. "And what this does confirm is that this was just simply a stunt, that they knew what they were doing, they didn't care about the impact on women overall and they still don't. And that is the largest fraud facing the American people."

She said now that the Kavanaugh "fraud" has been exposed, it's clear that the left is not a champion of women or women's issues.

"They are the enemy of women across this country. And I believe tomorrow we're going to see some of the results of that."

The committee released over the weekend a 414-page report on the Kavanaugh allegations, finding "no evidence" to back up the claims and referring two accusers to the DOJ for allegedly making false statements.

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