The real epidemic is the criminal way in which the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women has been historically overlooked.
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In getting him to tell his story, Vanasco is after something that “Mark” denied her the night of the assault—consent.
History teaches that powerful men, like Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who are credibly accused of abusing women, don’t face public repercussions. So I doubt anything will come up in this latest claim.
If Democrats don’t take bold action and make the federal courts an electoral priority, we will lose them for a lifetime.