Viewpoint, The MidWeek Report: The ‘Court of Public Opinion’ is in session, as both sides pull out all the stops to impact this Supreme Court appointment. As the Kavanaugh confirmation heats up, the more and more shenanigans play out in the media circus. Today on Viewpoint you’ll have the opportunity to truly understand the psychology and the depth to which political leaders will go to to obtain their desired result. If you’ve been one of our faithful listeners on Viewpoint This Sunday, then you’ll recognize the style and the substance of our Midweek Report. Subscribe to Viewpoint on Apple Podcasts by clicking here.
Top Stories of the Week
Dr Carol Swain and Dennis Santiago provide the analysis and in-depth discussion on the top stories that you need to know.
- More Accusations Against Judge Kavanaugh
- Rod Rosenstein and Reports of his Firing or Resigning
- UN General Assembly: Patriotism v Globalism
- South Korea and US Sign Bilateral Trade Agreement
- Fireworks at the UN between the US and Iran
The Motivation and Psychology of the Kavanaugh Conflict
“Feinstein is doing essentially the same thing to Judge Brett Kavanaugh that she did to us,” says Dr James Mitchell. Dr Mitchell will explain how ‘Narrative Framing’ has become the weapon of choice in the Kavanaugh conflict. We will look specifically at what is happening right now in the Senate Judiciary committee as it relates to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. Is this a character assassination? What about the multiple allegations that have piled up? Dr Mitchell will use his first hand experience in dealing with the Senate Commitee and from the highest levels of government, along with his background in clinical psychology to walk us through the semantics of this very public case.