Mark Judge, a ‘witness’ in Christine Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh released a statement Friday confirming he will cooperate with an FBI probe.
A lawyer for Mark Judge, the high school buddy of embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, told CNBC that Judge “will answer any and all questions posed to him” by the FBI about serious sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh.
“If the FBI or any law enforcement agency requests Mr. Judge’s cooperation, he will answer any and all questions posed to him,” Judge’s lawyer Barbara Van Gelder told CNBC in an email.
Christine Ford accused Brett Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge of sexual abuse 36 years ago at an unknown place or time.
Since then her named witnesses, including a female friend, have ALL denied the woman’s accusations.
Here are the facts about Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations:
— She doesn’t know when it was.
— She doesn’t know what year it took place
— She doesn’t know what month it took place
— She has no idea where it took place
— She doesn’t know if 4 boys were there
— It could have been 2 boys?
— Both accused boys deny the charges
— She doesn’t think any females were there
— Wait, maybe there was a female there?
The GOP reached an agreement after outgoing Senator Jeff Flake asked for the US Senate to delay the House floor vote for a week.
Senator Jeff Flake, the RINO of all RINOs threw Friday’s Committee vote into chaos when he stated he would only vote to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court after the FBI investigated Ford’s baseless charges against Kavanaugh.
The Senate Judiciary Committee then moved to confirm Judge Kavanaugh 11 yea votes to 10 nays for the Democrats.
Both RINO Senators Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins supported Flake’s call for an FBI investigation.
The Senate Judiciary Committee released a statement saying they will request that the administration instruct the FBI to conduct a supplemental FBI background investigation with respect to the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court.