BREAKING: Senate Judiciary to Hold Vote on Kavanaugh Thursday Despite Decades-Old Accusations
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA)
The Democrats thought they could roll out a last minute “me too” accusation to delay Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
It didn’t work.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is voting anyway on Thursday despite unsubstantiated, decades old allegations of sexual abuse against Brett Kavanaugh by a far left activist.
Brace for well organized protests, says investigative reporter, Paul Sperry.
BREAKING: Senate Judiciary Committee vote will be held regardless of accusation. Committee not delaying for testimony from accuser. Going ahead with vote on Thursday, bracing for well-organized protests from leftists at Hart Senate Office Building
The Senate met for the first time Monday afternoon since Christine Blasey Ford, a California professor and far left activist publicly came forward with allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh.
Christine Blasey Ford is a far-left activist who alleged Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her over 35 years ago while she was at a high school party in Maryland.
On Monday, Judge Kavanaugh told Senator Hatch (R-UT) that he was not even at the party in question!
“Highly problematic that accuser Christine M. Blasey-Ford cannot provide an exact date of alleged incident — no day or month, not even sure of the season. Fact she didn’t tell anybody contemporaneously also a problem in terms of corroborating her story,” says investigative reporter, Paul Sperry.
Highly problematic that accuser Christine M. Blasey-Ford cannot provide an exact date of alleged incident — no day or month, not even sure of the season. Fact she didn’t tell anybody contemporaneously also a problem in terms of corroborating her story
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 17, 2018
We are at war–the Democrats will do anything and everything to prevent the Supreme Court from cementing a conservative majority.