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Kavanaugh Casualties

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

When the Christine Ford saga finally ended, a lot of truth had distilled out, along with the evaporation of prior pretensions and misconceptions. If there was any stereotypical lesson to be had, it was that many on the senatorial panel and the legions of advisers and lawyers on the Ford Team, as well as Ford herself, by their class, education, and comportment, increasingly seem quite different, quite more privileged, and quite more self-absorbed than most average Americans of all backgrounds who have little sympathy for the psychodramas of a pampered and professional class.