“Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an undeserved curse will not land on its intended victim.” – Proverbs 26:2
This proverb came to mind today regarding the accusations against our latest Supreme Court nominee. It’s not a well researched article…
just a little tweet.
And now another tweet:
“In a lawsuit the first to speak seems right, until someone comes forward and cross-examines.” – Proverbs 18:17
We’ve seen the first round of activity. Whether she is truthful or not, the accuser is great at sounding like an innocent victim. One would have to be heartless to have no sympathy, if she’s telling the truth.
So now as someone cross-examines her, we may discover things that are not as they were presented.
I am personally convinced she is lying. But what if her allegation is true? What then? Then we have been spared the grief of adding another pervert to the Supreme Court. A number of years ago we got the sad news that Barack Obama was elected president. Only in recent years did we learn just how bad a president John McCain would have been. He would have likely committed the same evils as Obama, but disguised as a Conservative. This might have put the Democrats firmly into the driver seat for a very long time.