President Trump Asks FBI Reopen [here] Kavanaugh Background Investigation
The Senate Judiciary Committee Voted 11-10 to advance the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. The full Senate could vote as soon as Saturday to proceed with Kavanaugh’s nomination, and a final vote may come next week.
It was unclear, however, whether that timeline would hold as President Trump has asked FBI to reopen FBI investigation on Brett Kavanaugh's background. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) sought a one-week delay in the full Senate’s vote. Senate Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) determines the vote schedule.
Brett Kavanaugh team submits 1982 calendar to Senate ...
Sep 26, 2018 · The legal team for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh submitted five pages from the detailed calendar he kept in the summer of 1982 to the Senate Judiciary Committee, ahead of the hearing. The pages prove Kavanaugh wasn't at a 1982 house party that Dr Ford claims Brett assaulted her.
More here from USA Today about the Calendar
Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers released polygraph report ...
9-26-18, Twitchy -- Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers are really covering themselves in glory. Here's where they're at now with Dr. Ford's supposed "evidence" against Brett Kavanaugh: the polygraph test just released - many discrepancies Ford looks bad. More here
9-27-18, Watching the debacle on TV of the questioning by Senate members of the woman who accuses Brett Kavanaugh - Christine Blasey Ford. Her information is so sketchy; it is such a travesty of justice to even consider her credible. Sickening. You can see it live here
Dr Ford Has a PhD – her letter to Senator Feinstein has many grammatical flaws; it couldn’t be written by person with her education and training. [I thought Dr Ford testified that she hand-wrote the letter and apologized for the poor penmanship. However, I could not find an image of it or her comment in transcripts. -- Annette]
9-27-18, Dr. Danielle (Dossy) Blumenthal PhD [with focus on creative writing] has dissected and refuted the letter* provided by Senator Feinstein from Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser, Dr Christine Blasey Ford via Twitter*. This is not to offend people who don’t have good English skills or who are struggling to learn. My report is only to point out that the letter does not reflect someone of Dr. Ford’s professional rank. Her letter is full of flaws; it’s not from someone who has been published in journals – no way. My professional opinion is based on 2.5 years of being responsible for constituent letters from Congress; I have scanned, read, reviewed, routed and responded to hundreds of them. It’s been my experience that private citizens generally use their best English writing skills in communicating to Congress. Dr. Ford has a Stanford pedigree is a PhD; the letter is sloppy - my findings follow:
*Copy of letter: https://t.co/errMnJaoHF pic.twitter.com/mTN8iVUmQV
Senator Grassley reported that the other two women who have accused Judge Kavanaugh, have not responded to requests to hear their testimony - their media reports are clearly not trustworthy.
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