DEVELOPING: Senate Meeting For First Time Since Kavanaugh Accuser Publicly Came Forward – Schumer Calls For Delay in Kavanaugh Confirmation
The Senate is meeting 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.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called for a delay in the Kavanaugh confirmation process.
FOX News Congress reporter Chad Pergram also said Monday, “expect to hear from McConnell.”
PERGRAM: Senate now meeting for first time since Christine Ford publicly came forward with allegations against Kavanaugh. Expect to hear from McConnell/Schumer. Schumer has called for a delay in the Kavanaugh confirmation process
Senate now meeting for first time since Christine Ford publicly came forward with allegations against Kavanaugh. Expect to hear from McConnell/Schumer. Schumer has called for a delay in the Kavanaugh confirmation process
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) September 17, 2018
On Thursday, ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) referred a mysterious letter about Kavanaugh to the FBI after holding onto it for months.
The author of the letter, Christine Blasey Ford is a far-left activist who alleged Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her over 35 years ago while she was in high school in Maryland.
The only other witness to the alleged attack said it never happened and the allegations are “absolutely nuts.”
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) went off on Feinstein Monday because she wouldn’t even join him, in a phone call with the accuser–an obvious attempt to delay Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
The Dems are so dirty they had to go back over three decades to Kavanaugh’s high school days to dig up ‘dirt’ using a left-wing activist.
The Republicans better move forward with voting this week otherwise they will only embolden the left to roll out left-wing activists with shady “me too” stories to derail conservatives in the future.
This is a developing story…