Religious Women Push Lawmakers to Investigate Kavanaugh, Suspend Confirmation
- Author: Rogelio Becker Sep 30, 2018,
Sep 30, 2018, 22:22
"There was an earlier case form 27 years ago from which you might've thought we learned something", the senator said, referring to when Anita Hill accused then Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual misconduct.
According to Fox News' Ed Henry, a man came forward on Monday and said he believes Ford confused him with Kavanaugh.
"That's not possible, I don't know where they found these people", Guerry said.
Since Blasey Ford came forward with her accusations, two other women have also made public accusations against Kavanaugh.
"When you say does it affect me in terms of my thinking with respect to Judge Kavanaugh?" Sheldon Whitehouse that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman the resident described as a "close acquaintance" in August 1985. Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska - being closely watched but Flake is especially significant given that he's a member of the Judiciary Committee.
In July, President Donald Trump nominated the Court of Appeals judge for a spot on the Supreme Court.
Dr Christine Blasey Ford, a professor at Palo Alto University, is due to testify before the committee.
Flake also debunked the partisan conspiracies on both Kavanaugh and Ford. "I'm going to see what's said".
Mr Kavanaugh has said he "categorically and unequivocally" denies the allegation. Swetnick, who recalled seeing Kavanaugh at multiple parties in the 1980s, said she herself was raped at a party "where Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh were present", she said in the statement.
The 11 Republican and 10 Democratic members of the panel will have five minutes each to question Ford and Kavanaugh in alternating turns.
According to her prepared remarks, she will tell the committee, "I was pushed from behind into a bedroom" at a high school party.