And this is the divide. People who get more outraged at the prospect of a man (usually white, usually straight, usually rich, but not always) facing any type of perceived setback than they do about the reality that women have been shouting from the rooftops, that sexual violence is real, it's pervasive, it destroys our humanity.
"But she didn't actually prove anything! It was unfair! Why didn't she come forward before? Those DEMONRATS and their agenda! That poor man!"
To quote MLK, you prefer a negative peace which is the absence of tension than a positive peace which is the presence of justice.
McConnell stole one seat and shoved another sexual predator down our throats despite the highly toxic and divisive mood around that person's nomination.
I'm posting this more as a response to anyone looking for some sanity after reading the drivel you wrote, because if you can honestly look at what happened to Dr. Blasey Ford and not have your confidence in this country's institutions shaken, I will never be able to connect with you. Shame on you.