How dare The Baltimore Sun have the gall to say that Judge Brett Kavanaugh's memory of the event in 1982 was hazy at best yet profusely proclaim for a week how credible Christine Blasey Ford's memory is (“Trump shows his true colors with attack on Christine Blasey Ford,” Oct. 3).
The Sun also tried to convince its readers that Mr. Kavanaugh should not be confirmed by touting the expected decency and integrity of the court. Well, I have some much-needed good advice for The Sun's editorial board: Try following your own advice, for once, even though the words “decency” and “integrity” are certainly not in The Sun's dictionary.
Gail Householder, Marriottsville
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