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.
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.
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.
Republicans are afraid that the sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh will hurt them in the upcoming midterm elections. According to the Washington Post, many have expressed fear that the investigation will focus the voters’ attention on a highly-charged issue that will help increase Democratic turnout in November.
Yesterday, while Florence and Donald were making headlines, another story was picking up steam that could derail the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
In the morning we reported that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said she has referred Kavanaugh to federal authorities for investigation.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) issued a cryptic statement to PoliticusUSA that she has referred Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to federal authorities for investigation.