My dear Democrats, I take it you have heard that Senator Sherrod Brown's ex-wife told a divorce court and her attorney that Brown was physically abusive toward her, and the couple's divorce papers confirm her story. Indeed, the divorce papers also document that Brown's ex-wife stated that he was also cruel to their children. Brown is now running for reelection. You're going to repudiate him and either not vote or vote for a third-party candidate, right? I mean, since you're saying that Brett Kavanaugh should withdraw his nomination because you automatically believe Christine Ford's obviously phony rape charge against Kavanaugh, one would think that you would be loudly calling on your fellow Dems not to support Senator Brown, given the credible evidence that Brown physically abused his wife. Right? Right? Hello? Right? Pathetically and sadly, Brown's wife is now denying the physical abuse charge, but her divorce papers tell a very different story. A judge even granted a restraining order against Brown, based on the wife's testimony. COURT DOCUMENTS: Sherrod Brown's Ex-Wife Accused Him of Assaulting Her - Big League Politics Let me guess: Kavanaugh is guilty and should drop out because of Christine Ford's vague and contradictory accusation, but Senator Brown should be reelected even though his ex-wife accused him in sworn testimony and in divorce papers that Brown was cruel and physically abusive to her and her children, and even though a judge even imposed a restraining order against Brown.