Women for Trump chair questions Kavanaugh accuser and #MeToo movement: 'A woman's word is not gospel'
Amy Kremer appears on CNN (screen grab)

Women for Trump chair Amy Kremer took a shot at the Me Too movement in the midst of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh being accused of sexual assault.


On Sunday, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, a professor in California accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct in an article published in The Washington Post.

CNN's Kate Bolduan asked Kremer how she felt about the allegations, and she claimed a hearing would not prove or disprove that sexual assault ever took place.

"I believe it's never going to be proven or disproven I think we're going to have a circus on Monday, and it's what the media wants — it's what the left wants," Kremer said.

"I think they both should be heard. I don't think we need a three-ring circus it should be done behind closed doors," she said. "I think it's absolutely wrong to all of a sudden accuse somebody of something, and there's no corroborating evidence, no supporting evidence whatsoever, and all of a sudden someone's life is going to be turned upside down."

She added, "What concerns me is all of a sudden we are in this period where a woman makes an accusation against a man, and all of a sudden what she says is gospel. The man has no right to defend himself. I wouldn't like it if it were my husband, my father, my brother."

Watch the video below via CNN.