by Jack Cashill
Two years ago, Mark Judge was nearly crushed when the tumbril carrying high school pal Brett Kavanaugh to his intended execution ran him over. I caught up with Mark this week, and I am happy to report he has recovered from his unhappy stint as Democratic roadkill.
Over the years, I have gotten to meet any number of other truth-tellers crushed by a media that Judge calls “cancerous with dishonor.” I tell many of their stories in my new book, Unmasking Obama. An excellent writer, Mark Judge tells his own story and does so eloquently.
Judge is the first to admit he was a troubled young man. In 1997, as a form of atonement, he wrote an only slightly fictionalized book titled Wasted: Tales of a Gen X Drunk. He could never have guessed that more than twenty years later, Democrats would use the book in a clumsy — but nearly successful — plot to derail Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.