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McConnell Finds His Spine, Senate Will Vote on Kavanaugh After Bimbo’s Interrogation #Kavanaugh #Democrats #SupremeCourt

Republicans announced Tuesday they have hired a female lawyer to question Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, during Thursday’s major hearing — a move that Ms. Blasey Ford objects to.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said it’s “not uncommon” for senators to rely on professional staffers to lead questioning at hearings, and pointed to the Watergate investigation as precedent.

Mr. McConnell also said the chamber will quickly move to vote after the hearing is over, reports the Washington Times.

“I’m confident we’re going to win, confident he will be confirmed in the very near future,” Mr. McConnell said.

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He and fellow Republicans said they’ve crafted a “fair” process for both Judge Kavanaugh and Ms. Blasey Ford, who says she was sexually assaulted during a high school party in the early 1980s, and has fingered Judge Kavanaugh as the culprit.

No corroborating witnesses have emerged to back up her account, which has deeply divided senators and the public.

Many Democrats have said they believe Ms. Blasey Ford’s account on its face, and say Judge Kavanaugh should withdraw from consideration to the high court. Of course, they also take the word of Stormy Daniels, a woman who has handled more meat than retired plumbers, so consider the source.

“We believe Dr. Ford is credible,” said Minority Leader Chuckie Schumer. “She should be listened to carefully and given a fair, fair shake.”

He also accused Judge Kavanaugh of misleading senators in previous hearings.

Republicans, though, have said that without any evidence to back up the accuser’s account, they believe Judge Kavanaugh’s vehement denials.

For her part, Ms. Blasey Ford had been going back and forth on whether she would testify. She reached an agreement Sunday with the Judiciary Committee.

But on Monday her lawyers expressed her concerns over the format with an outside lawyer doing the questioning.

Michael R. Bromwich, one of those lawyers, sent a letter saying there was no precedent for using an outside lawyer in the Judiciary Committee, and said Republicans were “shielding” their members from having to go toe-to-toe with Ms. Blasey Ford.

“This is not a criminal trial for which the involvement of an experienced sex crimes prosecutor would be appropriate,” he wrote. “Neither Dr. Blasey Ford nor Judge Kavanaugh is on trial. The goal should be to develop the relevant facts, not try a case.”

Republicans have not revealed who their outside lawyer leading the questioning will be.

There are no female Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee, and Democrats suggested that was one reason the GOP turned to an outside female lawyer.

Mr. Schumer said Democratic senators will ask their own questions.

“Out senators are not afraid,” he said.


Recently, Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum interviewed U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his wife, Ashley Estes Kavanaugh, on “The Story with Martha MacCallum.”

Two women have publicly come forward to accuse Kavanaugh of alleged past incidents of sexual misconduct since his initial confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month.

Kavanaugh is scheduled to appear before the committee on Thursday to defend himself against an allegation of sexual assault against him by Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford.

Late Sunday, a second woman – Deborah Ramirez, a Yale University classmate of Kavanaugh’s – came forward with claims that he exposed himself to her and shoved his penis in her face at a dorm room party in their freshman year at the Ivy League school. She said they were playing a drinking game at the time and admits there are gaps in her memory of that night.

Kavanaugh has denied the accusations and during the interview, Judge Kavanaugh admitted to MacCallum he was a virgin in high school and several years after high school.

Judge Kavanaugh: “I did not have sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter. The girls from the schools I went to and I were friends.”

Creepy porn lawyer and leftist hero Michael Avenatti pounced on Judge Kavanaugh’s comments.

Avenatti represents a woman who claims Brett Kavanaugh gang-raped her in high school.

Michael Avenatti: Kavanaugh saying he was a virgin in HS “shows he’s lying.” “Does that mean he performed oral sex or had oral sex performed on him? … Does he want America to believe that the only thing that he did until well into his college years was effectively kiss or French kiss?”


James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
September 25th, 2018


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