Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) blasted Republicans in her opening remarks on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, reminding everyone that this is not a trial of Dr. Ford but a job interview for Brett Kavanaugh, and "Is he the best we can do?"
Ronan Farrow disputed Republican Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley's claim that Republicans submitted numerous requests to the other women who have made sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, citing Debbie Ramirez's attorneys who claim that Republicans refused to even speak on the phone with them.
Republicans are going to regret ever pushing Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination as Dr. Christine Blasey Ford destroyed Kavanaugh's claim that she has the wrong guy.
By Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A university professor detailed her allegations that Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump‘s Supreme Court nominee, sexually assaulted her 36 years ago during a momentous Senate hearing on Thursday that could determine whether he will be confirmed to the lifetime job after a pitched political battle.
According to The Hill, Collins is the one person who will make or break Kavanaugh’s opportunity to become a Supreme Court justice. It turns out that many senators of both parties are waiting to see what Collins decides to do on the Kavanaugh nomination before they announce their own decisions.
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.
Lisa Graves believes that Brett Kavanaugh should be impeached, not promoted to the Supreme Court. And she should know. When working in the U.S. Senate she wrote the memos that Kavanaugh has repeatedly lied about.
The Democratic Leader of the U.S. Senate, Senator Charles Schumer of New York, issued a warning on Sunday, saying that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will allow President Trump to “overreach” his authority if he is confirmed.
It has been a very eventful week in the Senate Judiciary Committee which has been holding hearings into the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. As we look back on all that has happened, one thing that perhaps has not received enough attention is the fact that Kavanaugh may be in real legal trouble. It’s possible that the nominee’s actions this past week, when coupled with his actions from many years ago, may result in multiple criminal charges of perjury against him.
Fred Guttenberg, the father of one of the children killed in the Parkland school shooting, approached Brett Kavanaugh during the lunch break of his confirmation hearing, put out his hand, and Kavanaugh refused to shake it.
Senate Republicans have gone so far as to demand that the Capitol Police "do their jobs" and arrest Americans who are pleading for their health care and reproductive rights at Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing.