Confirmation Could Mean Impeachment and Jail for Kavanaugh

If Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed by the Senate it doesn’t mean he’ll definitely sit on the high court for life. Given the credible allegations against him, it is very possible that he would later be impeached from the Supreme Court. He might also be charged with sex crimes in the state of Maryland, and eventually go to jail if he is found guilty. read more

Kavanaugh’s Yale Roommate Says He Was ‘Capable’ of Sexual Assault

Brett Kavanaugh‘s roommate at Yale University, issued a statement Monday saying that he remembers that “Brett was a notably heavy drinker” and that he “became aggressive and belligerent when he was very drunk.” read more

Avenatti: ‘Brett Kavanaugh Is A Liar’ and His Claims Are ‘Laughable’

Like many people, Michael Avenatti thinks that Brett Kavanaugh’s interview on Fox News was pathetic, and his claims of being a virgin in high school are pathetic. He also thinks that Kavanaugh “is a liar.” read more

Fox News Says Kavanaugh Is Short of Votes For Confirmation

According to Fox News, Brett Kavanaugh may not have enough Republican votes to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

Yesterday Chad Pergram, congressional reporter for Fox News, posted a tweet explaining that Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court is no sure thing: read more

How Trump and the GOP Plan to Keep Fighting Kavanaugh’s Accusers

Nobody expected Donald Trump to give in easily. Despite new allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh the president remains defiant and combative and has no intentions of withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination. read more

Record-High Disapproval in Fox News Poll May Doom Kavanaugh

There is a saying in Washington: If Republicans lose Fox News, the battle is over.

And according to a new Fox News Poll, Republicans may have lost the battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. read more

If Kavanaugh Goes On Supreme Court Democrats Can Still Destroy Him

Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff

Nobody knows what will happen this week when Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Ford testify before the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate.

We do know that Ford will describe in detail the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh, and Kavanaugh will deny everything. Without other witnesses testifying there probably won’t be any surprises since both sides have already told their stories in the press. read more

USA Today: Kavanaugh the Most Unpopular Supreme Court Nominee Ever

A new poll published by USA Today shows Donald Trump‘s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to be the most unpopular nominee in history. Clearly the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh have not helped his standing in the eyes of the American public. read more