Republicans Admit They Don’t Have the Votes to Confirm Kavanaugh

The clues were rumbling around Washington all day yesterday: Republicans don’t have the 50 votes they need to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

While Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota boldly announced she would vote “no” on Kavanaugh, several undecided Republicans failed to announce they would vote “yes” on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. read more

Senate Transcript Accuses Kavanaugh of Rape in the Back of a Car

According to a 23-page transcript of an interview with Brett Kavanaugh conducted by a staffer with the Senate Judiciary Committee, the nominee allegedly raped a woman in the back of a car. This, along with several other sexual assault allegations, had not been reported in the media until yesterday. In all there were six sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh that are discussed in the interview transcript. read more

Poll Shows Most Voters Strongly Support FBI Probe Into Kavanaugh

A new poll shows that most voters in the United States are strongly in favor of a one-week delay in the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The Hill.TV American Barometer poll released yesterday indicates that most Americans want the FBI to have sufficient time to investigate allegations against Kavanaugh. These allegations include several sexual assault charges as well as possible perjury charges. read more