As described on his Daily Wire profile, ‘Matt Walsh is a writer, speaker, author, and one of the religious Right’s most influential young voices.’
‘He is known for boldly tackling the tough subjects and speaking out on faith and culture in a way that connects with his generation and beyond.’ And that is exactly what he has been doing in wake of the Kavanaugh proceedings that has caused a national debate.
Walsh often speaks his mind on Twitter, as he did during the Kavanaugh hearings.
At the conclusion of the hearing involving Ford and Kavanaugh, he claimed that all the process did was show America how big of “snakes” Democrats on the committee really are. And cited how they made up their minds before Kavanaugh had a chance to speak.
Walsh pointed out that Kavanaugh was the only one who had corroborating evidence, had detailed memories of the time in question, and is the subject of 6 FBI investigations.
And as the initial process winded down to a committee vote, Walsh dropped a bomb that shows the clear-cut difference between how Republicans and Democrats behave towards those they don’t like. See Below
Matt Walsh proclaimed:
“Republicans didn’t want Merrick Garland confirmed, so they just didn’t vote. Democrats don’t want Brett Kavanaugh confirmed, so they accuse him of serial gang rape. And that is the difference between Republicans and Democrats.”
Official Tweet From Matt Walsh
Republicans didn't want Merrick Garland confirmed, so they just didn't vote. Democrats don't want Brett Kavanaugh confirmed, so they accuse him of serial gang rape. And that is the difference between Republicans and Democrats.
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) September 28, 2018
BOOM! Walsh Does It Again!
For a party to claim they are “the tolerant left,” Democrats sure have a crazy way of reacting to someone they don’t want appointed to a high-level position such as the Supreme Court…especially with a the lack of evidence and witnesses for the incident in question.
Where is the same outrage for Keith Ellison as he runs for Minnesota’s attorney amid claims of abuse by more than one woman?
In ending, we leave you with Matt Walsh’s latest commentary on the Ford/Kavanaugh hearing: