Kavanaugh’s Bogus Defense Blames Democrats, But He Has No Proof

In her testimony yesterday Dr. Christine Ford made clear that even though she sent her sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh to Democrats in Congress, she viewed herself as nonpartisan.

“I am nobody’s pawn,” she said. read more

Illinois Governor Rauner says Me Too to GOP degradation of women and workers

Even while many in our culture are finding some measure of satisfaction and a sense of justice being done in the prison sentence doled out to Bill Cosby for his years of sexually predatory behavior, the GOP at least seems to have consciously decided, as a matter of political strategy, to take a hard-line against the #MeToo movement, the rights of victims of sexual violence and assault, and the overall quest for equal rights for women in the workplace and throughout society. read more

Anti-Kavanaugh Ad Targeted at Men in AZ, AK, ME, and IA Asks “Did You Do This In High School?”

DID YOU DO THIS IN HIGH SCHOOL?

An Anti-Kavanaugh ad by the Agenda Project targeting middle age men in Arizona, Alaska, Maine, and Iowa with a saturation-level buy asks.

Brett Kavanaugh Cries That He May Never Be Able To Coach Girls Basketball Again

Brett Kavanaugh's testimony about the sexual assault allegations against him did not get off to a good start as the nominee complained that because of Democrats he may never be able to coach girls basketball again.

Sen Feinstein Asks ‘Is Brett Kavanaugh the Best We Can Do?’

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?"

Brett Kavanaugh’s Claim Of Mistaken Identity Just Went Up In Flames

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.

New York Times Ad Lists 1,600 Men Supporting Dr. Christine Ford

A full-page advertisement in The New York Times on Wednesday lists the names of 1,600 men giving support to Brett Kavanaugh accuser Dr. Christine Ford. In a courageous move, Dr. Ford was the first woman to bring sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. read more

Before Today’s Historic Hearing, Ford Releases Polygraph Test

The attorneys for Christine Ford have given the Senate Judiciary Committee the results of a polygraph test regarding her sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The results say that Ford passed the test administered at a Maryland hotel in August. read more

The Judiciary Committee Is Reviewing Third Sexual Assault Allegation Against Kavanaugh

The third woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, who is being represented by attorney Michael Avenatti, is having her allegation reviewed by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Avenatti Demands FBI Investigation After Identifying Third Woman to Accuse Kavanaugh of Sexual Assault

Avenatti, the lawyer for yet another woman who has accused Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, delivered the goods on Wednesday, including submitting her sworn statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee and demanding an FBI investigation.

Senate Will Hear From 4 People Who Corroborate Christine Ford Claims

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hear tomorrow from four people who corroborate Dr. Christine Ford’s claims of sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Although the four people will not be allowed to testify in person, the attorneys for Ford announced that they have sworn and signed declarations from all four people. read more

Ari Melber Calls Out Male GOP Senate Judiciary Cowards For Dodging Questioning Christine Ford

Ari Melber explained how Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee look bad by hiring a female prosecutor to do their dirty work for them in questioning Christine Blasey Ford.

White House, Republicans work to shore up Kavanaugh nomination

By Richard Cowan and Lawrence Hurley

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House and its Republican congressional allies on Tuesday delivered a message of unwavering support for President Donald Trump‘s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh after the judge went on television to fight back against allegations of sexual misconduct that have imperiled his nomination. 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

GOP Senators Waiting For Collins To Decide on Kavanaugh

We’ve always known that GOP Senator Susan Collins of Maine would be important to Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. But we didn’t know exactly how important until yesterday.

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. 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