Rachael Maddow interviewed the lawyer for Kavanaugh‘s second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, and found that the Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans keep scheduling phone calls and not showing up.
Rachael Maddow interviewed the lawyer for Kavanaugh’s second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, and found that the Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans keep scheduling phone calls and not showing up. https://t.co/cdeLoUJ1oF pic.twitter.com/JAsIr7D5lU
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Attorney John Clune told Rachel Maddow, “We’ve had a number of emails communications back and forth and every time we try to set up a phone call with them, they end up pushing the phone call back. Since I sent out that tweet about two hours ago, we had a phone call scheduled and we called in for the phone call, and only the minority party showed for the phone call.”
Clune called the Republican behavior disturbing and said that Republicans keep changing the rules about going forward, and every time that they try to talk to Republicans about giving them the information, they push the conversation back.
Republicans are trying to stall Ramirez
Republicans are playing a stall game with Deborah Ramirez. They are trying to keep Ramirez from talking while they are rushing to confirm Kavanaugh. Senate Republicans are trying to hide Kavanaugh‘s past, but Rachel Maddow is dropping bombs each night on her show to make sure that the people are informed about what the Republicans are up to.
All of Kavanaugh‘s accusers should have their accusations investigated.
Republicans don’t care if they put a sexual predator on the Supreme Court. Their attitude is not surprising in the least considering that they had no problem with putting a sexual predator in the White House.
The Kavanaugh confirmation process has been corrupt to the core, and if Democrats take back the House or the Senate, it is vital that they investigate these allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
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