He Sets Himself Against Our Doings….

Posted: September 24, 2018 in World On The Edge

The wicked say:
Let us beset the just one, because he is obnoxious to us;
he sets himself against our doings
— Wisdom 2

There is only one reason for the accusations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and both sides know it: Roe v Wade.  The left wants to keep it.  The right wants it gone.  How sad that the whole thing is either about killing a baby, or not killing a baby. But this is the length abortion proponents will go to have their way, and it is a low, and dark, place to be.

In keeping with the evil of ‘killing,’ Mrs. Ford’s unsubstantiated charges of sexual harassment by Judge Kavanaugh are meant to abort his appointment to the Supreme Court. Killing the character of another human being is as abominable as killing a baby in its mother’s womb. How have we come to this low place?

In one of my novels, Bridge-Man Burning: The Sins of a Southern Man, there is a female character who uses sexual harassment to ruin a male character, and it is based on the truthful, real-life experience of someone I know. The female character is an extreme narcissist, full of herself, and out for herself, without regard for anyone else. Extreme narcissism can cross over to a mental illness called narcissistic personality disorder, when your life revolves around your need for approval. You don’t understand or care about others’ feelings. You’re convinced you’re special, and you need others to acknowledge it. This is the depth to which my female character descends. And, as it is with the case against Judge Kavanaugh, her disorder is used by others for their own gain as well.

Sexual harassment definitely happens and is definitely wrong. Women know this.  It is an awful thing when it is true. But the fact is, it is sometimes not true. It can also be used against an innocent person for ulterior motives. Women know that, too. And I believe this is the case with Judge Kavanaugh. The left wants to paint him in darkness, as black as they can. And these are the words to describe it:

Let us lie in wait for the righteous man,
because he is inconvenient to us and opposes our actions;
he reproaches us for sins against the law,
and accuses us of sins against our training.–Wisdom 2:12

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