Senator Cotton: Lawyers Recommended by Democrats to Christine Ford Will Face Washington D.C. Bar Investigation Into Their Misconduct (VIDEO)
Christine Ford, Attorney Michael Bromwich
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein unleashed an evil political hit on Brett Kavanaugh after a letter given to her by Christine Ford was leaked to the media–someone from Feinstein’s office most likely leaked Ford’s letter and the Republicans are vowing to the get to the bottom of it.
Christine Ford made a shocking revelation during Thursday’s hearing–she said she didn’t know she had the option to quietly speak to the Judiciary Committee about her sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh.
Ford’s lawyers kept this information from her in order to prompt a public hearing.
Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) said Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” that Feinstein’s office will be investigated over the leaked letter.
Senator Cotton also said that the lawyers recommended by the Democrats to Christine Ford will face a Washington D.C. bar investigation for telling her the Committee wouldn’t travel to California to interview her privately.
Debra Katz and Michael Bromwich both legally represented Christine Ford–Mr. Bromwich (also Andrew McCabe’s lawyer) confirmed during the hearing the legal team took Ford’s case pro bono.
“They have betrayed her. She has been victimized by Democrats on a search-and-destroy mission for Brett Kavanaugh,” Senator Cotton said slamming Democrats.
“Any impact that this entire episode has had on women’s willingness to come forward and report sexual assault, which I encourage them all to do immediately after it happens, is caused by the Democrats, is caused by Dianne Feinstein and Chuck Schumer not respecting her requests for confidentiality,“ Senator Cotton said.
On Thursday, Feinstein stuttered as she denied any of her staffers leaked Ford’s letter to the media.
WATCH: "Those lawyers are going to face a D.C. bar investigation into their misconduct. Dianne Feinstein and her staff is going to face an investigation into their misconduct," @SenTomCotton tells @FaceTheNation https://t.co/gQQdnAYUMb pic.twitter.com/zzHboxnXzD
— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) September 30, 2018