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Parkland Victim’s Father Rips Dad Who Approached Kavanaugh: ‘Stop Weaponizing’ Tragedy

The mainstream media went nuts on Tuesday after Fred Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter, Jaime, was killed in the Parkland school shooting in Florida, claimed that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh refused to shake his hand (it wasn’t true, as the Daily Wire reported).

But the MSM completely ignored another father, Andrew Pollack, whose 18-year-old daughter, Meadow, was killed in the Valentine’s Day shooting.

In case you missed it, the orchestrated event was intended to capture the spotlight, as Guttenberg announced the day before that he would be at the hearing.

Guttenberg was there after Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) invited him.

Guttenberg claimed that Judge Kavanaugh fled after he extended his hand.

But Pollack said that Feinstein and the media were simply grandstanding over the deaths of innocent children.

“Certain politicians like @SenFeinstein and the media never miss out on a chance to use the deaths of the innocent victims of the Parkland school shooting. Truly pathetic and disgraceful. What is wrong with these people?” he wrote on Twitter.

And he said “Judge Kavanaugh was not responsible for the Parkland school shooting that killed my daughter. @RobertwRuncie, FBI, and Sheriff Israel are. Judge Kavanaugh is a decent man and should be confirmed. Stop weaponizing Parkland to advance a dangerous political agenda!”

Pollack also tweeted:

Pollack’s son, Hunter, also got into the act.

This is, of course, how Democrats operate. They’ll exploit any tragedy in an attempt to achieve their goals. As former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel famously said, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. roberta gabor

    September 5, 2018 at 10:37 pm

    The democrates keep putting their foot in their mouth. I guess they just can’t help it.

  2. Victoriap

    September 6, 2018 at 1:18 am

    When this is all over and Brett Kavanaugh is our newest Supreme Court Justice, we will have one of the most courageous justices to ever serve. My god…before these hearings, it was a matter of being nominated and vetted…now it is obvious that if a Republican President nominates a Justice, the Justice must endure a gauntlet of battle that requires the courage of a lion…this is utterly repulsive and humiliating as an American to witness and a clear indication of the tyranny that the left would wish to ram down our throats if they had the power to do so…this is clearly the proof that anyone could ever need that we need a strong Constitutionalist more than ever…it feels as though the integrity of the very Republic hangs in the balance now…for the love of all who fought and died to make America the land of the free…just #walkaway

  3. Cindy

    September 6, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    Congress has the authority to hold a person in contempt if the person’s conduct or action obstructs the proceedings of Congress or, more usually, an inquiry by a committee of Congress. All those who interrupted and attempted to hijack the proceedings by not following the protocol of the hearings should be held in contempt. Rep. McDowell (R., Pa.), a member of the Un-American Activities Committee, introduced a bill, Feb. 27, which would increase maximum penalties for contempt of Congress from one year’s imprisonment and $1,000 fine to five years’ imprisonment and $5,000 fine, and make contempt a felony instead of a misdemeanor. It’s time we started holding people accountable, and especially our lawmaking bodies. Write, email, or phone your Congressional representatives and ask that this bill be brought to the floor and action taken as soon as possible.

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