from the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, The Presumption of Guilt:
As Ms. Hill and Sen. Hirono aver, the Democratic standard for sexual-assault allegations is that they should be accepted as true merely for having been made. The accuser is assumed to be telling the truth because the accuser is a woman. The burden is on Mr. Kavanaugh to prove his innocence. If he cannot do so, then he is unfit to serve on the Court.
This turns American justice and due process upside down. The core tenet of Anglo-American law is that the burden of proof always rests with the person making the accusation. An accuser can’t doom someone’s freedom or career merely by making a charge.
The accuser has to prove the allegation in a court of law or in some other venue where the accused can challenge the facts. Otherwise we have a Jacobin system of justice in which “J’accuse” becomes the standard and anyone can be ruined on a whim or a vendetta.
When one claims to believe her, and therefore they do not believe Kavanaugh, without any due process they are immediately prejudiced. Sex is the only cause for judgment.
Yet Keith Ellison is to be believed when he is accused, with far more recent and substantiated claims.
They have no shame.