As Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh deals with a growing number of sexual misconduct allegations, some parents are using the situation to teach valuable life lessons.
Hopefully, not too many want to impart the lesson being taught by a mother in Bozeman, Montana: Groping is no big deal.
The unidentified woman made a point of telling her two teen daughters this during a live interview Tuesday on MSNBC.
“Groping a woman? At 18?” she said, before asking her daughters, “I mean, how many guys do you know who think that’s no big deal?”
After the two girls nodded in agreement, the mother reiterated, “It’s not a big deal.”
The woman insisted that even if the assault allegations against Kavanaugh are true, it “doesn’t take away from his character and his job to do what he needs to do as a Supreme Court nominee.”
She added, “If he was pro-abortion, the liberals wouldn’t be fighting this hard.”
As you might have predicted, many Twitter users didn’t agree with her beliefs about groping.
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