Judge Judy Hands Down Her 'Verdict' on SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

September 24, 2018Sep 24, 2018

Judge Judy is possibly one of the most famous judges of all time. Her hit television show propelled her to become a household name. She gained fans from around the nation due to her no-nonsense way of handling people in the courtroom.

Now, Judge Judy is finally speaking out about one of the hottest topics in the entire nation right now: the Supreme Court nominee. Lots of fans are thrilled with her response.

“One hopes that people wait and don’t rush to judgment and listen to both sides of an argument before they make a decision,” Judge Judy said. “That’s what’s supposed to happen in a fair judicial process.”

Her words come after allegations against Brett Kavanaugh were leveled last week. Now, numerous high-profile figures are calling for Kavanaugh to step down from his nomination. However, not everyone agrees.

She continued: “There’s always the hope that reasoned people will listen to both sides of an argument before they make a judgment call. That’s what people are supposed to do. They’re not supposed to rush to judgment on either side. They’re supposed to listen to evidence and then make a judgment. And if that doesn’t happen, then the end result is not fair.”

Many conservatives have come out to support Kavanaugh, who is President Trump's nominee. However, regardless of who nominated him, many support Kavanaugh because at this time there is simply no concrete evidence that convicts him of any of these allegations.

President Trump has spoken out about the issue.

“I am with Judge Kavanaugh,” Trump declared. “For people to come out of the woodwork from thirty-six years ago, and thirty years ago, and never mentioned it, all of a sudden it happened … totally political.”

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