NARAL is a leftist group deeply committed to killing the unborn. On Twitter they describe themselves as “NARAL Pro-Choice America fights to protect & expand reproductive freedom for all. Leading the fight to
#StopKavanaugh, Trump’s anti-choice nominee.”
As they openly display in their Twitter bio, the group is no fan of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. You see, if Kavanaugh would get on the Supreme Court, that could possibly be bad for NARAL’s business, which is killing children and advocating for the murder of the innocent. So, naturally one would expect such a group to be active during the Kavanaugh hearings, confirmation process, but one wouldn’t expect such an idiotic message posted to Twitter. They posted:
Senate Republicans are being crystal clear about their intentions: they don’t give a damn about survivors. They’re more than willing to confirm a man credibly accused of sexual assault to the highest court in the land.
First of all, are we really sure NARAL should be using the word “survivor” in the first place? Successful abortions don’t generally result in many survivors. However, they proceed to say that Kavanaugh has been “credibly accused.” Whatever dictionary these people use must be drastically different than the one most people use. Many Twitters apparently felt the same way as they responded accordingly, letting the abortion advocate know.
You might want to rethink your tweet about credibly accused. No due process. No witnesses have confirmed anything yet.
What about Keith Ellison, waiting for your thoughts on this and the police report.
— Mark Acker (@ackermd65) September 25, 2018
capable of being believed; believable:a credible statement.
— Forrest Ring (@fring3) September 25, 2018
#BelieveSurvivors Women must always be believed, no questions asked, and without heasitation because they're incapable of lying right? *Cough* Duke lacrosse, *Cough* Kobe Bryant, *Cough* Emmitt Till, *Cough* every divorce and child custody case ever.
— Victoria Sartor (@VictoriaSartor_) September 25, 2018
you forgot the quotes to denote you gave a special, nonsensical definition that does not jive with reality or law "credibly accused"
— Dan Foss (@dankefoss) September 26, 2018
Still waiting on "credible" meanwhile..https://t.co/xMHRLLJRGz
— Joshua (@Joshua_m4) September 25, 2018
I fixed it for you since you're violating his human rights…Senate Democrats are being crystal clear about their intentions: they don't give a damn about the truth. They're more than willing to torch a man's life without any credible evidence or a testimony from the accuser.
— flowingsarcasm (@flowingsarcasm) September 25, 2018
"Credibly" accused? No evidence. No proof is certainly not credible. Scary what you people consider credible.
— Christine Harrington (@EternalLifePlan) September 25, 2018
I just don’t really feel like you care much about survivors either. I feel you are exploiting these two accusers and their yet-to-be-determined-if-credible stories. I feel the overzealous push of the first, then second story is offensive to survivors with credible stories.
— Tami Farr (@tamitaylorfarr) September 25, 2018
Then where is the credible evidence? You can’t level and accusation and then fail to present evidence let alone fail to show up to testify. This is nothing but a scam and everyone knows it.
— Cindy Spence (@cspenceNY) September 25, 2018