Now Vox is noting ‘the striking parallels’ between Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas

As Twitchy recently reported, Vox’s Dylan Matthews is having his own problems understanding why the Republicans would continue to back President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court in the face of an anonymous and unproved accusation from decades ago, dropped at the last minute by Sen. Dianne Feinstein of all people. Why not just dump Brett Kavanaugh and pick someone else?

Meanwhile, Vox itself just can’t help noticing parallels between Kavanaugh and Justice Clarence Thomas, who was confirmed even though he “too” faced sexual misconduct allegations.

Clarence Thomas was confirmed despite sexual misconduct allegations. What happens to Brett Kavanaugh will show if anything has changed.

— Vox (@voxdotcom) September 14, 2018

Oh yes, there are striking parallels.

The most striking parallel is that leftists will stop at absolutely nothing to stop conservatives. There is no lie they will not tell, no low level they will not reach. Leftists are disgusting liars, and that never changes.

— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) September 14, 2018

The only thing that’s changed is their level of duplicity. Craft an allegation that cannot be proven but do so in a way that makes it impossible for the accused to defend themselves.

It’s brilliant wickedness, I’ll give them that.

— Paul M Winters (@RealPaulWinters) September 14, 2018

Nothing has changed. The democrats are still lying, lowlife scum with no regard for a man’s reputation and dignity. They are also about to lose. Again.

— (((Ori))) (@MrXphilly) September 14, 2018

Yes because a letter from an unnamed accuser that was sat on until now and dismissed by the FBI upon review is totally credible.

— Pragmatic Conservative (@pragmaticcon) September 14, 2018

Oh please. You don’t believe any part of this. Have some pretense of integrity

— David L. Bahnsen (@DavidBahnsen) September 15, 2018

Nope: you’re still making bullshit accusations against nominees you loathe for respecting the Constitution.

— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) September 14, 2018

You mean since the high-tech lynching of Justice Thomas? Nah. Nothing’s changed. @SenFeinstein

— Tari (@uncommentari) September 14, 2018

Oh for Pete’s sake. The allegations against Thomas were nowhere near proven, but they at least were on the record from an accuser who came forward and testified in public. No comparison with this anonymous allegation from an accuser whose name was not even provided to the FBI.

— Brit Hume (@brithume) September 14, 2018

Uh, Anita Hill testified publicly under oath and was cross-examined. We don’t even know who Kavanaugh’s accuser even IS! Not to mention, Kavanaugh was allegedly 17 years old! You people can NOT be serious about this BS analogy. It’s a joke, right?!

— John Ziegler (@Zigmanfreud) September 14, 2018

Clarence Thomas’s accuser was named Anita Hill.

What is the name of Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser?

— Jeremiah Stephan Dunleavy IV (@JerryDunleavy) September 14, 2018

Anita Hill testified under oath and was cross-examined.

Not quite the same thing as a letter from a single anonymous source about a high school party over 30 years ago, but congrats on getting the headline you wanted.

— Blue Shift Blog (@BlueShiftBlog) September 15, 2018

Anita Hill’s allegations have been widely discredited, but at least she put her name out there. Kavanaugh’s accuser is anonymous and the other person involved strongly denies that it happened, so the allegations against Kavanaugh are actually less credible than Hill’s.

— Aaron Bandler (@bandlersbanter) September 14, 2018

Obviously nothing has changed at @voxdotcom – still same lazy biased reporting

— Bob Turek (@bobturek) September 15, 2018

Wow. Granted it is Vox but still this is disgraceful and embarrassing.

— Greg McCarthy (@fsuglommer) September 15, 2018

Vox gonna Vox.

— John Lamm (@JohnLammTX) September 14, 2018

Man they’re really going with this.

— Brad Pritts (@BradleyPritts) September 14, 2018

I know one thing that’s changed: our press has become even more partisan and hack-tastic than it was back then.

— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) September 14, 2018

Good news everyone. Just accuse everyone you don’t like of sexual misconduct to derail their career. Don’t worry if it’s true or not.

— Joe Nchia (@officialnchia) September 15, 2018

Sexual misconduct allegations huh? Must be some very serious concrete allegations considering Feinstein has been sitting on this since July.

— Brad (@BradM1994) September 14, 2018

I have been approached by an individual who wants to stay private and informed by them that vox tried to sexually molest them 35 years ago. Vox must now be destroyed.

— i use activist tears in my coffee maker (@DerrickJosi) September 14, 2018

“Innuendo and falsehood should be enough to destroy a person’s career and life. That ‘innocent until proven guilty’ nonsense must go!” – Vox

— ORTaxpayer (@MiddleRoader23) September 14, 2018

I agree I find these anonymous allegations against Vox totally credible. He must be forced from public view immediately

❌Kit Reader❌ (@Keith53707199) September 15, 2018


REALLY!? Politico serves up Dem dream headline on Kavanaugh and sends heads CRASHING to desks

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 15, 2018

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