Episode 47

From Let’s Talk about it with Rod Love and Greg Jackson

This Monday on LET’S TALK ABOUT IT with Rod Love and Greg Jackson, as another alleged sexual assault victim of Brett Kavanaugh comes forward, the “Dynamic Duo” will look at how this may affect his confirmation to the highest court in the land — the U.S. Supreme Court. Rod and Greg will explore how past actions of young people in school, on social media or just through life can come back to haunt them as adults.
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Rod Love

Hosts Rod Love and Greg Jackson are well-known figures in Apopka. Love is a local businessman, was the co-chair of the Apopka Task Force against Violence, and was recently named the Orange County District 2 Commissioner. Jackson is a local attorney that ran for the Florida Legislature in 2016 for District 45, which includes a part of Apopka.

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Greg Jackson

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I watched the Senate hearings yesterday of Judge Brett Kavanaught and also of his accuser, Christine Ford’s testimony before the Senators and the world…..it is my opinion now that after what I witnessed on tv, that Judge Kavanaught is NOT SUMPREME COURT material! I didn’t know anything about the man at all before watching him on tv. He was evasive in his answers to many of the Senators. He was deflective, wanting to change the focus of the questions, not at all straightforward. He carried on about non-important facts, like his mother’s career, and her law work, and on and on, he kept bragging on his hard work, his good deeds, etc….. self praise is half scandal, is the old saying I have always heard! He fiddled downing water, messing with his cuff sleeves, making the ugliest distorted faces, and was obvious too defensive and made the most evil and angry faces……his defense of his beer loving, and brushing off of his obvious alcohol problem shows he is clueless. Also his popping off questions back to the senator’s showed he was clearly overly defensive and it really looked bad on his part when the lady senator had stated she grew up with an alcoholic dad, who still has to attend AA meeting at age 90, (wow) because fighting alcohol addiction is a life long process, something that Judge Kavanaught does not understand, apparently by listening to him. I believe he should have came clean and fessed up to his wild lifestyle of drunkenness, blackouts, and rampant sexual escapades at the expense of young women that he and his friends found so funny to degrade and humiliate at their sexually aggression actions, so alleged. His face and demeanor was of a man embarrassed to be “caught” in front of his peers, parents, wife, and children, plus he wasn’t going to chance an arrest for a sexual assault of over 35 years ago as the statue of limitations has no limit in that state….he knows the law on that part, no doubt. He didn’t seem too well versed on a law term that Senator Blumenthal brought up however! I didn’t know anything about him, but really expected a man considered for the highest court in the land, that he could handle being questioned under pressure to do a better job. My opinion only, and I don’t believe him when he swore that he was telling the truth before God! We have a President that has been accused of abusing women, and now this man will probably be confirmed for life, so I think we are not much better off than the middle east in their treatment of women! IMO………..

  2. I do believe Christine B. Ford, I do! However, I thought she looked somewhat messy, to be on national tv. I thought that a professional woman such as herself, would have just looked, and dressed a little more refined. I repeat, I found her very credible. The only thing is I think she was overly dramatic, as she was not raped, only assaulted, but not raped, according to her. If the other guy, that supposed jumped on top of her, and Kavanaught causing them to fall off the bed, well, she very well could have been raped, if that that sloppy drunk behavior had not of taken place, but since she wasn’t raped, and that it was over 35 years ago, I do find it hard to believe, it caused her post traumatic stress, but that is just my opinion. I wonder if she is telling all, for it to cause her this long term constant agony of the memory of that night. A lot of women would believe if that is all that happened to her, then she should consider herself lucky, in comparison to what has happened to scores of other women at the hands of men…..IMO. I do believe her though!

  3. Senator Lindsey Graham’s speech was the most disappointing. I generally like Lindsey Graham, even though I am not Republican. Yesterday he chose to attack the Democrats, was over- the- top partisan, and was grandstanding. His telling Kavanaught that he had nothing to apologize for, was as shameless, as to what he accused the Democrats of. IMO. Disappointed at Graham this time! Graham was more focused on the upcoming elections than the subject at hand. Interesting that Christine B. Ford was given a lie detector, but Judge Kavanaught wasn’t, and he was quick to point out that a lie detector is not admissible in federal court. Then why was Christine B. Ford, the victim, given a lie detector? Why wasn’t other witnesses brought forth? Why was Kavanaught’s friend, Mark J…..why wasn’t his statement a SWORN statement under oath? Why were the other women accusers not heard at the hearing?….too many unanswered questions, and Judge Kavanaught kept trying to overtalk his interviewers with his fillabusting talk that wasn’t even addressing the questions…..a man trying to over rule his interviewer on the subject at hand!

  4. Judge Kavanaught’s young daughter stated that Christine Ford should be prayed for….this according to what Judge Kavanaught claimed in the hearings. I think the women of this entire nation should be prayed for, if this administration, and their kind, like Judge Kavanaught are our leaders. Pray for the women, we are going to need the prayers!!! The war on women is not over!

  5. And who in the world keeps calenders from 1982, specifically, as well as others that far back? Mighty fishy as far as I am concerned. How do we know he actually wrote those things back then, or recently. Even Ted Cruz, stated that Kavanaught must have been more organized than himself. Maybe he thought that was baloney too. What were the “F”s for on those party nights on the calenders jotted down? F’s jotted down for every time Brett Kavanaught’s good buddies spoke an four letter F word, so said Judge Kavanaught….please, his testimony was truly pathic!!! And ketchup and spaghetti is not near stomach upsetting to me, as was watching Judge Kavanaught’s testimony!!! So worried he couldn’t teach or coach anymore, if not confirmed….all about him, rings very familiar!!

  6. Sorry for my lack of eagle eye proofreading skills posting this. I meant Supreme Court not Sumpreme Court…lol, plus some other various other boo boos….sorry. I do know better…lol

  7. I seem to get the impression that Judge Kavanaught thinks to blackout means to go to sleep after drinking, and that is not always the case! Food for thought!

  8. I actually liked Rachel Mitchell’s questioning of both Ford and Kavanaugh. She seemed fair, direct, and did not seem to be acting as a judge to what they said, only trying to make some sense to their statements with her questions. I loved when Kavanaugh said he may have drank too much beer at times, and Mitchell asked him what too much beer meant, as to how many beers is too much. He then said quickly, you know…like the charts say. What???? I do think having a woman asking them both the questions was the right thing to do, instead of having a man do the questions. I liked the prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell, she is an obvious professional and acted like one, unlike Kavanaugh, who is supposed to be such a high and mighty professional. He does not seem like a stable or honest person to me, to be in such a powerful dignified lifetime position! IMO Someone else needs that job!

  9. Although insignificant to the sexual assault allegations and the vetting process for confirmation to the Supreme Court, I wish someone would say how Brett Kavanaugh, as a 17 or 18 year old teenager, had $300,000 dollars to spend on buying tickets for all his buddies to go to a baseball game, booze, and furnish the bus to travel in…..??? Where in God’s name did a teenager get that kind of money to blow???? Read it on the internet, and even if he was older, in college maybe, still where did he get that kind of cash to blow on all of his buds???

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