On Judge Kavanaugh It’s Harvard Versus America

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

While student activists at Harvard managed to keep the Judge Brett Kavanaugh off campus whether he gets confirmed to the Supreme Court or not, elsewhere on campus, pollsters found that the American public does not feel the same way. “Following Thursday’s testimonies from Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, 60 percent of voters are in favor of confirming the judge to the nation’s highest court if no supporting evidence of sexual assault turns up, according to a Harvard University September 2018 Center for American Politics (CAPS) Harris Poll,” Grace Carr reported in The Daily Caller.

And here’s another intriguing finding from the poll: “Sixty-nine percent of voters called the process a ‘national disgrace,’ according to the poll,” Carr reported. That’s the term used repeatedly by President Trump. Can it be that Americans prefer him as a source of news and editorial content to the major media? One wonders what would happen to The New York Times and The Washington Post if colleges dropped their subscriptions….