Is Brett Kavanaugh Nomination in Danger?

Sep 14, 2018 by

“Is Brett Kavanaugh Nomination in Danger?”

By Donna Garner


According to news accounts that are surfacing, Brett Kavanaugh (now 53 years old) was about 17 years old when he and a male friend were at a party and decided to lock a girl in a room from which she was able to escape.    They were just teasing her, and she was able to get out of the room without any damage being done except for scaring her a bit.  Any of us could tell stories of similar or much worse pranks that occurred to us as teenagers, but we learned to get over them.   

As always, the timing is simply a part of the Democrat playbook — right before Kavanaugh is to be nominated by the Senate Judiciary Committee and then confirmed by the U. S. Senate as a Justice of the Supreme Court.  

This anonymous allegation from 40 years ago comes after Kavanaugh has had 65 meetings with Senators, 30 hours of testimony, and answered more than 2,000 questions.  

Not surprisingly, the unidentified woman making the complaint is being represented by Debra Katz, an attorney who has carved out a lucrative niche for herself by representing #MeToo survivors.

The latest indications are that the FBI has decided the allegations do not rise to the level of requiring an investigation, and they have decided to have the allegation document simply added to Kavanaugh’s personal file.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein has been “sitting on this bombshell allegation” for months.  During this time, she has had countless private and public meetings with Kavanaugh.  If she was so worried about this allegation, why didn’t she ask Brett Kavanaugh face-to-face either in public or in private?  We all know why. 

Actually Democrat Sen. Feinstein is running hard to keep her Senate seat because her voter base in California is unhappy with her.  Her plan is to use this matter to reenergize her voter base while at the same time being an obstructionist and slowing down the confirmation process.  

Sen. Charles Grassley, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has said there will be no delay on the committee’s vote set for Sept. 20 and that the full Senate vote on Kavanaugh will be held before Oct. 1 so that he can begin the new Supreme Court term.  

The inevitable result will be another wasted “nothing burger” thrown by the Democrats; and Brett Kavanaugh will become Pres. Trump’s second highly vetted and very successful U. S. Supreme Court Justice.

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