WASHINGTON, D.C.– Jeff Van Drew is campaigning to be a Congressman in South Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District and he’s making his point clear, that he, like many of his fellow Democrats wants to abandon the Constitution of the United States.
In the United States, presumption of innocence is a legal right, but even globally, this principle is mandated by the United Nations. It’s fundamental cornerstone of basic human rights around our entire planet, except in some socialist hotspots where that philosophy is breaking down.
It’s a set of moral rights the majority of the civilized world adheres to. They are inalienable and fundamental rights. Democrats clamor for human rights, often times just to be heard, because they really don’t believe in those rights, especially when it comes to anyone they disagree with.
This week, the Van Drew campaign officially jumped on the persecution and witch hunt of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
His opponent, Seth Grossman, an avid supporter of human rights and the constitution took notice and responded to his opponent’s support of the Democrat’s national level circus performing in D.C.
Van Drew has joined the Democrat’s Washington Swamp led by senators Feinstein and Hirono who are so desperate to stop Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination that they pulled out their Saul Alinsky “Rules for Radicals” handbook tactic of smearing and character assassination with unsubstantiated sexual assault claims,” Republican congressional candidate Seth Grossman said about Van Drew.
“Van Drew has now revealed himself to support those who are destroying a man without hearing a word of sworn testimony from the accuser, or of the man’s defense. He supports those in the radical left who claim every woman is always a victim, never lies, never is mistaken, and that every man is always toxic, aggressive, and dishonest. This is identity politics, known in primitive cultures as tribal politics, at its worst.
The supreme court nominee has been accused of allegedly assaulting a woman at a drunken high school party 36 years ago, and also of an incident of lewd behavior at another drunken party when a freshman at Yale University 35 years ago. Every person named by the accusers as having also been present at the parties or witnessed the alleged incidents has refuted and denied they ever occurred. Dozens of Kavanaugh’s high school and college friends and classmates also have stepped forward attesting to his impeccable character.