Julie Swetnick and her lawyer are getting frustrated and very, very impatient.
Swetnick is the third Kavanaugh accuser, who said she was gang raped by the Supreme Court nominee and his friends when in high school. She is represented by Michael Avenatti, who has become one of the most famous lawyers in America.
Ever since it was announced that the FBI would do a further investigation of Brett Kavanaugh it has been difficult to figure out the exact scope of that investigation. And the events that unfolded last night made the situation even more confusing.
Last night we reported that the FBI has already begun its additional investigation into the background of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. We’ve also reported that there appear to be many provable claims that the nominee has committed criminal perjury, and his confirmation by the U.S. Senate is in serious jeopardy.
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.
Julie Swetnick, the third woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, is being represented by Michael Avenatti. After releasing her sworn statement yesterday, Avenatti went on Twitter this morning and posted some very important additional information.
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, 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.