(National Sentinel) Cowardly: The wife of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has now become a target — literally — in the chaos that has become his confirmation process, thanks to despicable Democrats and their scorched-earth political tactics.
Ashley Estes Kavanaugh has received a bevy of death threats from equally despicable human beings following highly suspicious allegations of sexual assault 36 years ago by Palo Alto professor Christine Blasey Ford against her husband, allegations which he has vehemently and unconditionally denied.
“May you, your husband and your kids burn in hell,” one message to Mrs. Kavanaugh read, The Daily Caller reported.
Another told Mrs. Kavanaugh to put a bullet in her husband’s skull.
The site noted further:
The Wall Street Journal obtained the emails on Thursday, which were delivered as federal law enforcement is tracking an uptick in threats against Judge Kavanaugh and his family. The messages were sent to Mrs. Kavanaugh’s work email address. The U.S. Marshals Service is pursuing the matter.
The Kavanaugh family has drawn intense media attention since Ford’s accusations were publicized Sunday in the Washington Post. Mrs. Kavanaugh delivered cupcakes to a gaggle of reporters stationed outside their home on Tuesday.
Per our CBS News cameraman at Kavanaugh's house, his wife handed out cupcakes from Sprinkles to any of the photogs and producers who wanted them.
— Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) September 18, 2018
Ashley Kavanaugh is not a rookie when it comes to this kind of disgusting treatment. She worked for then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush and later served as his personal secretary when he was president. She is currently serving as the town manager of Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Ford claims she has also received death threats, adding that she and her family have had to move out of their California home, according to her attorneys.
No one should be threatened like this, but “Chrissy” Ford should remember this all began because of her and her allegations — which have always been highly questionable and very suspect, given the way in which they were brought out: After Democrats failed to stop Judge Kavanaugh’s certain confirmation before the Senate.