Brett Kavanaugh

BRUTAL: Chuck Schumer’s ‘we stand with you, we believe you’ tweet just BLEW UP right in the Dems’ faces

In the wake Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation about SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Sen. Chuck Schumer has reminded all women that there’s help available and they will be believed and supported:

Blumenthal Shrugs Off Kavanaugh Allegation Leaks: ‘A Lot of Things Leak’

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D., Conn.) said on Thursday that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) was following the “foundational principle” to let sexual assault survivors come forward on their own terms but shrugged off the leaks from the Senate that ultimately led to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford going public with her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

“A lot of things leak,” Blumenthal said.

Trump: Let Ford 'Have Her Say,' 'But I Don't Think You Can Delay It Any Longer'

During an interview on the Fox News Channel on Thursday, President Trump stated that Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh is an “outstanding” individual, Kavanaugh’s accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford should have her say, and Kavanaugh’s confirmation can’t be delayed any longer. Trump said, “I think it’s a very sad situation. He’s an outstanding person. And frankly, Sean, to see what’s going on is just very, very sad. You say, why didn’t somebody call the FBI 36 years ago? I mean, you could also say, when did this all happen, what’s going on?

WaPo: Withdrawing Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination will prevent future rapes

An opinion piece by a law professor in The New York Times Thursday argued that the “credible allegations” against Brett Kavanaugh should be enough to keep him off the Supreme Court. Not to be outdone, The Washington Post published a piece arguing that withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination wasn’t just the right thing to do; it would also prevent future rapes.

Politico journo gets MAJOR backlash for ‘Kavanaugh responses’ tweet, blames ‘rage machine’ over-reaction for #FakeNews accusations

Politico correspondent Edward-Isaac Dovere tweeted this list that he called “Kavanaugh’s responses (so far)”:

Law professor maintains that ‘credible allegations’ should be enough to disqualify Brett Kavanaugh

This take, published in The New York Times Thursday, wouldn’t be as hot if it weren’t written by a law professor. In short, Kate Shaw argues that credible allegations against Brett Kavanaugh should be enough to disqualify him from sitting on the Supreme Court.

Gillibrand: 'How Dare' Republicans 'Not Even Afford the Basic Courtesies' to Dr. Ford

Thursday at a Capitol Hill press conference, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) said Republicans were not giving “basic courtesies” to Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Gillibrand said. “I believe Dr. Blasey Ford because she is telling the truth and you know it by her story, by the fact she told her therapist from five years ago. It was documented at the time. We have the therapist’s notes. She told her husband. This is a trauma she has been dealing with her whole life.


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