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‘Unfit’ for Supreme Court: Leftist Hollywood Weighs In on Kavanaugh Accusers

Nominee vehemently denies allegations from two women; he's under attack by anti-Trump celebs on social media

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Though two women have now accused him of sexual misconduct, Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh has yet to go through any trial, and his accusers have yet to testify, which — one would assume — means he is innocent until proven guilty.

This is not the case for many Hollywood leftists desperate for any and all ammunition to use against the Trump administration.

Many critics of President Donald Trump in the entertainment industry are already celebrating Deborah Ramirez, who recently alleged that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a Yale party back in the early ’80s, when they were in college.

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“Deborah Ramirez — thank u #StopKavanaughNow,” wrote actress and comedian Rosie O’Donnell (shown above left) in response to The New Yorker story about the 11th-hour claims by Ramirez.

The “Tarzan” actress clearly needs no more proof or testimony from Ramirez — she already believes her.

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“Star Trek” actor George Takei said Kavanaugh should not be confirmed to the Supreme Court, as he has been nominated “too close to the date of Trump’s impeachment.”

“Mitch McConnell protested that Merrick Garland was nominated too close to the end of Obama’s term to be confirmed. I say that any nominee — including blackout drunk assaulters — is now too close to the date of Trump’s impeachment to be considered,” he declared on Twitter.

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Cher has also taken to Twitter to show her opposition to Kavanaugh’s nomination and her support of his accusers.

“AM SICK Of OLD REPUBLICAN MISOGYNISTS TREATING WOMEN LIKE DERANGED ESCAPES FROM THE 50’s. YOU’RE OLD WHITE MEN WHO WANT TO PAT OUR HEADS & SAY BE GOOD GIRLS. THOSE DAYS ARE OVER & SO ARE YOU. WE’RE COLORFUL,LGBT,WE WANT OUR BODIES BACK,WE WANT EQUAL PAY,WE DEMAND RESPECT,” she wrote — the caps are all hers.

She didn’t stop there.

Singer John Legend took part in a video for liberal group Color of Change — and claimed Kavanaugh is “unfit” to be on the Supreme Court.

Comedian Chelsea Handler (shown above right) targeted anyone giving Kavanaugh the “benefit of the doubt.”

“Just gearing up to spend a quiet Sunday night watching Fox News where rapists are rewarded with the benefit of the doubt, men are believed over women, rapists over victims of assault. Where innocent children are put in cages. This is making America great again?” she wrote on Twitter over the weekend.

Author Stephen King took to giving a nickname to the Supreme Court nominee.

“Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is looking more and more like Chester the Molester,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Sons of Anarchy” actor Ron Perlman reacted to the news of Kavanaugh’s new accuser by suggesting the Supreme Court nominee is a new “good disgrace” for the country.

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