Ryan Bomberger Compares Kavanaugh to Emmett Till

On the day Christine Blasey Ford is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee about her claim of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Ryan Bomberger, leader of the anti-choice Radiance Foundation, writes at Townhall that today’s hearing is a political lynching.

Bomberger writes:

Charges of sexual assault—rape specifically—have led to thousands of deaths through lynchings and other horrific murders of people of my complexion. It was the surefire charge that whipped hate-filled people into a frenzy.

Remember Emmett Till? He was accused of sexually harassing Carolyn Donham. Her lie led to his unimaginable death. An open casket revealed the putrid nature of a lie, of hatred, of believing a “survivor” over the self-evident truth. (I’m praying for posthumous justice in this case as the DOJ has reopened this page of history due to Donham’s admission that she lied.)

(Bomberger intimates that he doesn’t believe Anita Hill, either.)

He concludes his piece by boldly declaring that Kavanaugh is being “politically lynch[ed],” presumably by Democrats as well as Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick, all women who have alleged sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh.

I’m believing that justice will triumph again, in the midst of this relentless abandonment of reason, decency, and dignity by Democrats. In the very near future, when we look back at this 11th hour sham and well-funded smear campaign, we’ll be able to see how truth stopped the Left’s attempt to politically lynch Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Elsewhere in his polemic, Bomberger pairs his disparagement of Kavanaugh’s accusers with his own anti-choice message:

I was born as a result of a brutal sexual assault. My birthmom was raped yet courageously chose life for me and gave me the incredible gift of adoption. I’m now happily married with four children (two are adopted, too). I escaped the violence of abortion. My heart breaks when I see people wielding allegations of sexual violence with such recklessness. It trivializes real victims’ pain and desensitizes our society to the evil and destructive nature of sexual assault.

What a less “reckless” allegation of sexual violence would look like, he doesn’t say.