Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren on Wednesday said that she was “disappointed as a woman” in Dr. Christine Blasey Ford for coming forward with sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends, Lahren accused Democrats of a “double standard” because they have not attacked Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) over allegations made by his ex-girlfriend. For his part, Ellison has denied the domestic assault accusations.
“The double standard is the only standard on the left,” Lahren opined. “I’m so sick and tired of sexual assault and abuse being used as a political football and being politicized. We’ve come to this point where we’re trying to overcorrect with the ‘Me Too’ movement and we’re taking accusations as truth, as Gospel.”
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade suggested that Ford’s accusations could not be trusted because the alleged incident happened decades ago.
“I think there is a huge difference between a couple of years ago and 36 years ago,” Kilmeade opined, “between physical evidence and reports and someone speculating what time and what year and what summer something happened.”
“When we’re talking about abuse, when we’re talking about sexual assault or harassment it needs to be taken seriously on both sides of the aisle,” she insisted. “But we need to have some common sense when we’re looking at these, case by case.”
“And what infuriates me so much about what’s happening with Judge Kavanaugh is this doesn’t seem like a true case of victimhood,” Lahren continued. “It seems more like a case of opportunity for political purposes that should never have a place in a political process.”
Lahren added: “It’s really disappointing to see it. As a woman, I’m disappointed to see other women using it in that way.”
Watch the video below from Fox News.
‘He has a lot of vitriol for them’: Omarosa says Trump has a particular ‘disdain’ for women of color
Omarosa Manigault Newman revealed in an interview Sunday that President Donald Trump has a very serious problem when it comes to women of color.
She was asked if she ever heard Trump tell a white person to "go back" to their country of origin. She said she's never heard it in all of hear years on "The Apprentice," during the campaign or at the White House.
"He reserves that only for people of color," she said. "You’ll notice, Rev, that he particularly has a lot of animosity and disdain for women of color. From Maxine Waters, to myself, to reporters who criticize him who are women of color. He has a lot of vitriol for them."
WATCH: Omarosa outs Mike Pence’s nephew as a ‘section leader’ who orchestrates Trump rally chants
Omarosa Manigault Newman revealed in an interview with Rev. Al Sharpton that President Donald Trump has section leaders of each rally that helps urge the audience to chant and even leads them in chants. One of those so-called "section leaders" is Mike Pence's nephew, John Pence.
"I had to attend many of these rallies when I worked on the campaign and even in the White House," Newman told Sharpton Sunday. "There are these section leaders who start the chant, control how long the chants go and quiet them down when they want to."
She explained that these organized "section leaders" are embedded in the rally crowd themselves.
Video shows alleged white supremacist being forced to clean black man’s truck after throwing bottle
A video has gone viral on Twitter of a white man with at least one swastika tattoo being forced to clean a black man's car after throwing a bottle at it.
The video shows a bloodied white man after taking his shirt off to wipe down the side of the car. The tweet says, "This racist ass white boy threw a bottle at my cousin’s truck and well.... here’s the aftermath lmaooo"
The man filming the video tells the white man, "What's your f*cking problem?"
"I don't have a problem," the white man replies.
"I could split your other side," the man filming the video says.