Apparently Senator Orrin Hatch believes Christine Ford, who was just testifying about sexual assault and rape, is an attractive person. I guess we can figure out what Orin Hatch's sexual fantasies are...
Dr. Ford's Heartbreaking Testimony Was Not A Con Job - Republicans controlling the Senate Judiciary Committee were ready to accommodate Dr. Christine Blasey Ford with anything she wanted. Except for one thing.
The relevant part of the video for this post begins at 6:40;
Note: His staff is saying he says that alot about men and women (without actually providing any proof since the burden of proof lies on them). I think that's unlikely as why would a long time US Senator not develop the skills to talk to the people in a a language they actually speak, i.e. human? Are they saying after all this time he still doesn't realize that thinking and saying a woman talking about rape to be attractive suggests rape talk turns you on. The only proper way to deal with Republicans in our era (or any politician, I hope, in the future, i.e. polygraphs determining intent should be required before running for office): Put him on a lie detector and we will probably find he believes the witness, was turned on and supports Brett Kavanaugh because at heart he is a traitor like all Republicans. I would say most Republicans but the measure by which Republicans are judged to be normal in the media are just horrific, so "all Republicans are evil" is the appropriate thing to say until any innocent Republicans have been cleared after being indicted for treason and going through lie detection tests to determine if they were attacking the country and people on purpose or accidentally, because they are stupid and/or incompetent.
This is something the GOP have been doing for a long time, i.e. being pro-rape in thier political stances. Colbert jokes in the following video that rape approval ratings have gone down (since they obviously see no problem with that)...
RICHARD MOURDOCK'S RAPE COMMENT 10/24/2012 Richard Mourdock's rape remark upsets voters and possibly God, so Stephen enlightens his fellow conservatives on rape's approval rating.
Clearly the GOP are answering to a higher calling than what we would expect from normal politicians who tend to follow polls;
The question is, do the majority of the people agree with this higher calling? If they don't is rigging elections (gerrymandering) and Fox News, the GOP's answer to this problem of being "unpopular"?
GOP views on rape;
Eight staggering GOP comments on rape and women
The House GOP's Plan to Redefine Rape
From Mother Jones: "Under Ryan's pro-life bill, a rapist could go to court and prevent his victim from getting an abortion."
"From denying abortion to military rape victims, to aiming for total bans in the states, the GOP's assault continues"
Article: "Raped in the military, then raped by Congress"
"Legitimate rape" stops pregnancy because "the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down," says McKaskill's GOP opponent
After Akin, GOP Makes Extreme Abortion Policy Official
Steve King echoes Akin
Rick Santorum: Becoming pregnant by a rapist is a gift from God
Moment Of Zen: The "Good Christian" follows the Bible...
GAYWATCH - HOLDOUTS EDITION 7/23/2012 - The Boy Scouts of America reaffirms its ban on openly gay boys and adult leaders, and Chick-fil-A's exclusionary policy incurs the wrath of the Muppets.
At approx 3 mins 40 secs: “If a man happens to meet a virgin who is not pledged to be married and rapes her and they are discovered, he shall pay the girl’s father fifty shekels of silver. He must marry the girl, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives” (Deuteronomy 22:28–29).
If nothing else, permission of rape (& pedophilia!) is spread throughout the Bible, which explains why saying 'Ford is attractive', during a sexual assault hearing, seems like an appropriate comment to an average Republican;