Three Most Ridiculous Things Hollywood Celebrities Have Said About Kavanaugh

Stephen King, Tom Arnold, others have pulled wild accusations out of thin air and used them against Supreme Court nominee

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The latest target of leftist Hollywood’s hate and vitriol is Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Many of the entertainment industry’s loudest anti-Trumpers have already determined the man is guilty of the sexual misconduct allegations lodged against him — and they are not quiet about it.

What’s more ridiculous, though, than the idea of throwing “innocent until proven guilty” to the wind is that some Hollywood celebrities have taken their leftism a step too far and pulled wild new accusations against Kavanaugh from thin air.

They have painted him as vile without a shred of proof, only their own self-anointed righteousness to back up the allegations of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, which date back more than 36 years and have no corroboration.

Here are the three most ridiculous things Hollywood celebrities have said about Kavanaugh to date.

1.) Anti-Trump comedian Tom Arnold seemed to recently suggest Kavanaugh was a pedophile.

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“Alcoholism stunts your emotional growth … so if you start drinking alcoholically as a teenager you stay a teenager emotionally until you deal with it. Explains a lot about Brett Kavanaugh. From his combative behavior yesterday to his unusual bond with teenage girls basketball teams,” the comedian recently tweeted.

Tom Arnold (pictured above right) wasn’t the only one to make such insinuations about Kavanaugh.

USA Today ran a story over the weekend suggesting the Supreme Court nominee should be kept away from young girls. Kavanaugh coaches a girls basketball team; his daughter is a player. (The publication first ran its story as a news piece; it later corrected that with an editor’s note and changed it to opinion; also, the staff issued a special note discussing “transparency” and “context” on that piece.)

“The nation is deeply divided. Sometimes it feels like we don’t agree on anything anymore. But credibly accused sex offenders should not coach youth basketball, girls or boys, without deeper investigation. Can’t we all agree on that?” read part of the original USA Today story.

First, what accusations have suggested Kavanaugh was or is a pedophile? Where was that ever said?

It’s also amazing to see Hollywood shaming Kavanaugh for admitting he likes an occasional beer. Since when did Tinseltown take such a ridiculous moral high ground?

Arnold, by the way, is the same man who threatened to show up at 12-year-old Barron Trump’s school; and he made misogynistic comments about conservative commentator Candace Owens simply because she has a worldview that differs from his. Who is the “teenager” in this scenario again?

2.) Author Stephen King (shown above left), who has struggled with addiction issues in the past, suggested on Twitter that Kavanaugh was a “dry drunk.”

“Brett Kavanaugh’s angry performance corresponds closely to what people in AA call a ‘dry drunk,'” the “It” author wrote last week in response to Kavanaugh’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The American Addiction Center says a “dry drunk” is someone in the early stages of removing himself or herself from alcohol — someone who still has yet to deal with underlying emotional problems.

Again, since when does Hollywood take such an extreme moral high ground? A conservative man admits to liking beer — and suddenly he’s a poster boy for alcoholism for leftists.

3.) Former talk-show host Chelsea Handler, meanwhile, suggested that Kavanaugh threw a “temper tantrum” when he defended himself last week from sexual misconduct allegations in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“Yesterday, we watched Brett Kavanaugh, a grown man who wants to be a part of the highest court in the land, throw a hysterical temper tantrum … All while he was sober. Think about that,” she wrote.

To Handler, showing passion while defending oneself from horrific accusations is the equivalent of throwing a “temper tantrum.”

The real temper tantrum is from these leftists. They are so bitter with their failure to influence the last presidential election that they will say and do anything to work against the current administration in any way, shape or form.

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