Last week, Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford each testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The hearing was regarding Judge Kavanaugh's nomination for the Supreme Court and Dr. Ford's accusations against Kanavaugh.
On the eve of the originally-scheduled committee vote, Dr. Ford came forward and accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault when the two were in high school 36 years ago. Following a media outcry and further division among the nation, the Senate Judiciary Committee deemed it necessary to hold a hearing in order to hear from both sides under oath.
During his emotional testimony, Judge Kavanaugh revealed one thing that warmed most people's hearts in the midst of the brutal hearing. He talked about his 10-year-old daughter, Liza.
Kavanaugh started by saying that he wishes no ill-will on Dr. Ford, though he continued to deny all allegations that she spoke against him, as he had done from the start. He then went on to talk about his daughter Liza's reaction to Dr. Ford.
He said that Liza was praying before bed a few days before the hearing and that she asked her mother if she could specifically pray "for the woman," referring to Dr. Ford. As Kavanaugh recounted the story, he got choked up with tears.
Below is that particular footage from the hearing:
While most people found that story to be encouraging and noted the wisdom and compassion of the young girl, one cartoon artist decided to use the story for their own political agenda and mock the 10-year-old in the meantime.
Chris Britt drew up a cartoon of young Liza praying before bed. A word bubble above her head read, "Dear God, Forgive my angry, lying, alcoholic father for sexually assaulting Dr. Ford."
Following the publishing of the cartoon, several people commented on it, saying that is was completely untactful and unnecessary.
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