After months of laughable attacks against Brett Kavanaugh that reeked of desperation, a name was put to the anonymous woman who accused Kavanaugh of groping her in the 1980s, threatening to upend his confirmation.

The accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, said she’s willing to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee but hasn’t responded to any offers to actually do so. Diane Feinstein, whom Ford penned a letter detailing her alleged abuse at the hand of Kavanaugh, has also gone silent when it comes to Ford testifying. Were they simply called on their bluff?

Feinstein had been sitting on those accusations since July and didn’t decide to go public with them until a week before Kavanaugh was to be confirmed. While every accuser deserves to be heard, the timing can’t help but raise suspicions that they’re politically motivated. Given how every other criticism of Kavanaugh has been hot air, why wouldn’t Democrats have led with allegations as damning as sexual abuse?

Proving that Democrats care more about politics than women is the fact that while they’re pointing the finger at Kavanaugh, they’re turning a blind eye to the abusers in their own party. DNC Chair Keith Ellison was accused of violent abuse by ex-girlfriend Karen Monahan who only went public with the story after her son discovered evidence of the abuse and went to the media with it.

There were also police reports filed, and Monahan had photographic evidence of her injuries. There’s also allegedly video evidence of Ellison attacking her, which she hasn’t released to the public. I bring that up only to show that there’s strong evidence for Monahan’s claim, and unlike Kavanaugh’s accuser (who has donated to over 60 left-wing groups), Monahan is a leftist herself who has no political motivated to besmirch Ellison.

And despite all that, Monahan has found herself completely ignored by her fellow Democrats. Meanwhile, hypocrite Ellison has been among those calling for Kavanaugh’s nomination to be withdrawn in the wake of his abuse allegations.

As The Washington Free Beacon reported, “Monahan was asked on Twitter how Democrats have treated her versus Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. She said she has faced threats and isolation from members of her own party, despite her evidence against Ellison.” She saw the double standard for exactly what it is, stating that she’d been “smeared, threatened, [and] isolated from my own party.”

Actions speak louder than words, and when it comes to the allegations against one of their own, we haven’t seen or heard much or either from Democrats.