Senator Lindsey Graham unloaded on Kavanaugh's enemies again on ABC’s This Week, promising to find out who leaked Christine Blasey Ford’s unsubstantiated accusation of attempted rape.
Smearing a U.S. Supreme Court nominee with a cloudy accusation of attempted rape is a tough way to raise money. But Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who leveled that charge against Brett Kavanaugh, has done it.
The key question regarding the newest FBI investigation into Judge Kavanaugh's past is this: What will this probe, limited to less than seven days and “current credible allegations,” find out that the first six investigations didn’t?
Texas Republican John Cornyn was right to accuse the Democrats of having "no sense of decency" in their smear of Judge Kavanaugh, but he was wrong to use a smear of the late Senator Joe McCarthy to make his point.
Christine Blasey Ford appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday and repeated her unsubstantiated claim of attempted rape. U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh took the same seat to clear his name.
Can you think of anything that’s better when people who know nothing about it get involved? Michelle Obama apparently can, telling a crowd Sunday that “voting does not require any kind of special expertise.” In fact, she essentially said casting ballots is okay even if “you know nothing about nothing.”
Julie Swetnick, the woman who claims U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is a gang rapist, is a veteran tax dodger, invited a restraining order from a man and his family, and has ties to Christine Blasey Ford's lawyer Debra Katz.
After days of touting a reputed super-witness who would prove Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be a gang rapist, porn lawyer Michael Avenatti offered a woman whose “declaration” does not seem believable.
This is a blatant but clumsy attempt to influence the November midterm elections. It's doubtful it'll have any influence.