But lots of invective. “The worst consequence of the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh may not be the partisan attempts in Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing to obfuscate the search for truth,” Jim Sleeper writes in The Washington Monthly. “Even more worrisome has been the media’s apparent indifference to what Kavanaugh and millions of former ‘frat boys’ have done since they ‘grew up.'”
“Some reformed their youthful ways and became ‘responsible’ men of the world. But for Kavanaugh, the youthful indiscretions signaled in his own high school yearbook were a prelude to even more destructive behavior.” That’s actually a good set-up to an expose`: Unfortunately what follows doesn’t deliver on it.
I will summarize: He takes us back to the founding of Yale and Moby Dick before resuming his attack on the judge with more suppositions.