Abortion Industry Still Believes Debunked Kavanaugh Accuser Julie Swetnick

Pro-abortion rights supporters have a “die-in” outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, Jan. 22, 2016, during the March for Life 2016, the annual rally held on the anniversary of 1973 ‘Roe v. Wade’ U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

The pro-aborts of America are not done with Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his accusers, even if the facts don’t line up with their narrative.

Almost immediately after her initial claims were made public on September 26th, Julie Swetnick was shown to be untrustworthy. According to her, Kavanaugh participated in running some drug-induced gang-rape operation during house parties in the 1980s.  Though there was no evidence and no other witnesses, she, along with creepy porn lawyer Michael Avenatti, persisted. Ultimately, she was not considered credible.

On Thursday, Chairman Chuck Grassley of the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that he is referring Swetnick and her attention-loving counsel to the Justice Department for a possible criminal investigation centered around the making of false statements.

Still, this did not stop abortion giants.

Yesterday afternoon, NARAL and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund both took to Twitter to express their unwavering support for her.

I guess we shouldn’t be surprised. Part of the industry schtick is dismissing the truth in favor of a life-ending agenda.

There is little doubt as to why abortion advocacy groups would go out of their way to lend support to Swetnick. No matter the facts, she represents a threat to Brett Kavanaugh, at least in their minds. He, in turn, is seen as an immediate threat to the reproductive “right” of abortion that they hold so dear. As long as they stand with Swetnick, they’re standing opposite of Kavanaugh and any possible reconsideration of Roe or Casey. While they claim to believe victims like Swetnick, they don’t actually mean it. To them, she is nothing more than a useful prop.

Ironically, these groups, which are so eager to declare support for survivors, are committed to the destruction of the most vulnerable of all: the unborn. The reason for the continued love of Swetnick, despite all lack of evidence, has only to do with that.

As usual, abortion is their guide.

Kimberly Ross is a senior contributor at RedState and a contributor to the Washington Examiner’s Beltway Confidential blog. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.