0865c No.169399[Last 50 Posts]
The confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court is to kick off today.
The hearings are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, with opening statements by committee members.
The hearing can be followed on C-SPAN (open link as networkstream in VLC "Media > Open Network Stream…")http://cspan1-lh.akamaihd.net/i/cspan1_1@304727/index_1000_av-p.m3u8
>Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings launch amid partisan fireworks, high stakes for Supreme Court>The Senate Judiciary Committee launches confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday, kicking off what is expected to be a bitterly partisan gauntlet as Democrats vow to scrutinize his lengthy record as an appellate judge and lawyer in the Bush administration.>Last month, Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., accused anyone who supports Kavanaugh of being "complicit in evil.">But Kavanaugh steadily has gathered support from legal circles, former colleagues and Republican lawmakers. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, called him "perhaps the most qualified person ever nominated to the Supreme Court.">The judge's nomination, though, will ultimately succeed or fail depending on a handful of swing-vote senators, including vulnerable red-state Democrats and moderate pro-choice Republicans who have all said that they would withhold judgment on the nominee.>Republicans command a narrow 50-49 Senate majority, which would return to 51-49 once a Republican successor to the late Sen. John McCain is appointed. Republicans have little margin for error, though Vice President Pence can break a tie. http://archive.is/Q3HdX
>trying to fucking adjourn before the committee is even in session
Welp, the Democrats are already coming off as professional
It is hopefully going to be a fun shitshow, but the democrats will just bitch and moan all the time like they did during the hearing of Strzok.
Isn't democrats bitching and moaning a given?
In all seriousness, I'm hoping it'll go well.
True, and I wholeheartedly agree, and hope it goes orderly.
Sadly the democrats will use their question time to do political statements instead of asking questions.
I'm just supprised the hecklers haven't said shit yet.
>"That's a rate of 7000 pages an hour, that's super human"
>Implying multiple people can't read at the same time
I think they all were thrown out at the start. They started their "protests" too soon; shame they didn't have time to chant "this is what democracy looks like" in an attempt to stop senate doing their job.
They also apparently assume all those pages were written in 10pt font size and filling all pages with text.
I bet at lest 10% of those pages were cover letters (should not take more than a couple of seconds to read those). Then at least 50% were couple of lines of text.
Watch leftards screech about how civility is a racist concept.
Gosh these fools are loud.
Loud, and you can't even understand what they're saying.
They're just salty because they're getting politically skullfucked.
This confirmation will effectively neuter (((progressive activism))) in the Supreme Court for decades to come.
If we also get Ginsburg switched out America will truly have a very bright future ahead of itself.
Oh, there will be SALT if Ginsberg kicks the bucket during a Republican term.
I wonder how many justices the Democrats will add to the supreme court if they ever get to power again.>my bet is two liberals at least (perhaps three if they feel bold)>>169431
Jesus Christ, watching fictional drama really isn't healthy for leftists, especially leftist women.
They must be practicing for when the Muslims they love so much take over and enslave them, because the show is basically the same thing.>I wonder how many justices the Democrats will add to the supreme court if they ever get to power again.
I've seen cries to pack the court all over social media in my salt mines. Liberals have no standards when it comes to the judiciary; they only see the Court as a means to push their progressive agendas on issues they could never win in Congress and warp existing laws to their liking, not as a means to protect the Constitution as written.
All they're doing is screeching at the court and making fools of themselves.
Just a big fat embarrassment.
Why are there never any qhite men in full SS uniforms at these things?
That they are. Sadly they think stopping democratic processes is what real democracy looks like.
Looks like a swarthy italo semitic mongoloid
So what are the chances the dems are able to block this guy? I know committee approval is required to allow the president's nominees for justices, but as far as I know there isn't a lot of contention surrounding these choices typically. Is it up to a committee vote?
I will say Zero chance. As long as the Republicans vote to confirm Kanvanaugh he will have enough voted (with Pence tie breaker vote) to confirm him. At least that is what I have understood.
Cory Booker is the biggest idiot I've ever had the displeasure of hearing in my life.
Agree. It is fun how the democrats "thinks" if Kavanaugh is elected the negros have to sit in the back of the bus again.>not that I don't hope they are right
Fuck, this Harris lady is really
pushing that statement I made. They're just so fucking stupid.
lol.. I wonder what tomorrow will bring when they are suppose to start asking Kavanaugh questions.
Beuacratic bullshit has left me in a position today where all that I could do was hurry up and wait. To pass the time, I turned on fox's stream.
>Booker (D-NJ): The founding documents of U.S. don't mean much when the people don't have faith in them.
Commies get out! Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
She's a mexican-Jewish mutt, and they still blew their tops when they saw it.
I'm rather impressed by the success of this meme. I guess it helps that leftists have been grasping at straws so much lately.
Sorry for my ignorance but what exactly is this supposed to be? They remind me of pilgrims but instead of black, they wear red. The color red reminds me a bit of the scarlet letter. So pilgrims that committed adultery are protesting the Supreme Court Justice? Seriously how is a protest like this supposed to work if no one gets the reference?
It's a show about a dystopian future where women in the west are treated like property.
It's called The Handmaid's Tale.
>>169569>The Handmaid's Tale.
Had to wiki it to learn more, for a dystopian future, the pilgrim get up is quite odd. Though this is sorta funny what exactly are these people protesting? That Kavanaugh is going to enslave all women and make them sex slaves? or did I miss something? Taking away womans rights (because the dems push this roe vs wade bs all the time with every republican)
Leftists liken not being able to kill their fetuses to slavery.
Wait can you rephrase that?
You saying that the left rather Kill(abort) a child than raise them into slavery? What, they think that childbirth is slavery to a child? That a family is slavery?
Is this seriously what they believe? If they want the sex and not the child why don't they castrate themselves? Seriously.
I mean that they percieve the prospect of not having access to abortion as men trying to "own their bodies". The slavery crap is just a baseless slippery slope argument, and an excuse to cosplay.
To any women out there, boy is this stupid. Just as we know it is wrong to steal and to kill, we are told by others that this is wrong and others tell them and a high power tells them. We all have free will but just because you have the "will" to do something doesn't mean that we are going to make it any more easy for you to do so. No one owns anyone for not stealing, killing or being dishonable to their parents.
So to the woman whom are this stupid, fuck off.
Really I can only laugh at such stupidity. Yeah the whole abortion argument. "My womb my rules, I can evict who I want." Yeah it isn't a house for one and women treat it as such. They are destroying a life and is what I find so horribly disturbing. So many try to argue and tieing religion to it as well. Though if not for a higher power telling you that murder is wrong then obviously, well look at the example godless women committing murder.
Feminists see reality through eight layers of hysteria. If you took even half of what the (((Legacy media))) has been saying seriously, you'd think the world was ending.
That, and they think showing up to these kinds of things will be something to brag about to their friends.
One hour till day two is about to start. Today the politicians are suppose to ask questions. But we will likely get long speeches from Democrats about how Trump is literally Hitler and Kananaugh is akin to Mengele in a judicial position.
The hearing is going to be aired on CSPAN3http://cspan3-lh.akamaihd.net/i/cspan3_1@304729/index_200_av-p.m3u8
There is a preshow right now on CSPAN1 for those interestedhttp://cspan1-lh.akamaihd.net/i/cspan1_1@304727/index_200_av-p.m3u8
>>169580>either layers of hysteria
first time hearing that. Seriously is this like the 5 stages of grief?
*Eight* I have no idea how it came out either.
It's a hyperbole. They're just hysterical and detatched from reality.
Oh gosh, I don't even know what to call it. Mass hysteria, close but not quite. I mean this isn't just a small group within a certain area or confinded it wide spread where no matter what they so whole heartedly believe that no matter what, Trump should not be president. No logic, nothing. It is frightening how far gone they are and how childish they become. Even down right cartoonish. Like that CNN report with that Paris guy and cia guy.
Dayum… I thought for a moment he was about to quack off like donald duck.
So what are you guys' thoughts on Kavanaugh? I pretty much know nothing about him other than the dems hate him. Is there a good place to go and look at any of his past rulings to get an idea of how he will be as a justice?
Not sure, but this site might be a start to dig furtherhttps://www.archives.gov/news/topics/kavanaugh-records>there is probably an easier source out there somewhere
He seems decent enough. He has a good record, and he seems to interpret the Constitution as it was meant to be read. I think he'll fill the seat in well, and he'll probably stop any of the progressive activist bullshit currently plaguing the American judiciary from creeping into the Supreme Court.
Cher can be glad she has others to write her songs because she sure can write for shit.
But on another note the first part has gone better than what I expected. The Democrats have for the most part been behaving.
And the hearing has started again (after a little meal break).
I want to believe…
How many times does Kavanaugh have to remind the dems that a judge's job is to read and follow the law as written and not to bend it around how he feels?
It would do them no good to obstruct at this point.
If they could be convinced so easily, they wouldn't be progressives.
The court for them is just a way of sneaking in legislation that they can't passed through traditional means.
All in favor of making this the official welcoming image?
>cosplayers keep heckling
They clearly just need a good dicking down. Why else dress like that?
Lol, the last woman who was thrown out.>we will not go back, we will not go ba….>then police just pushed out of the door, didn't even escort her out
lol. Impeaching a supreme court judge because he was confirmed by the senate. Only leftists can come up with those kind of "reasonings"-
>>169644>feminists selling their bodies
Hopefully this will make the legal statute that she (and all the other) is charged with more severe and carried a hefty jail time.
This bitch is pissing me off.
>dumb bitch doesn't understand the concept of precedent
I really want to read something into Cruz drinking a White Dr Pepe
>MY SISTER HAS DOWN SYNDROME
Cruz would make an awesome ad model>>169666
May she only live a few more days
>What did you learn coaching your daughters in basketball
Okay, El Rato is just trolling now. Kek.
>"That's not a law professor though."
>*smirks in lawyer*
Why is he wearing a condom to promote abortions?
This motherfucker doesn't understand what the word "executive" means.
>yes or no
They're dressing it up as a question of character/values, but they're really just trying to see how he'd rule on a case.
I think his responses have been very professional so far.
very much so
this is clearly bait
this cannot be real
this is a /pol/ack larping
>nothing you said today gave me comfort
Because you kept interrupting him nigger!
That's the thing: this USED to be parody, but the left has gotten so batshit insane, they've become parody in itself. You literally can't tell the different anymore between the real thing and the fakes, even those made by your own people.
Pretty sad that we have crazy gay niggers in congress. Like wtf
This court hearing is pissing me off.
It's just one loaded bait-question after another; and they keep interrupting him trying to get their soundbites.
I genuinely want to hear what this guy has to say, and they're messing it up with their political cockdickery.
>YES OR NO QUESTION
These cunts need to be lined up against a wall and shot.
That's how the game is played.
Step 1: Setup a loaded bait question to try to bait a soundbite for (((CNN))).
Step 2: If he doesn't take the bait, interrupt him and move on to the next question. DO NOT allow a soundbite of him BTFOING the questioner.
Repeat until he slips up.
I feel really bad for the guy
You can see it in his face that he's really tired of the bullshit.
He came fully prepared to demonstrate his impartiality and vast understanding of the law and court precedents, and they've repeatedly struck down his chances to share what he knows.
I'm more salty about how his daughters were in the room yesterday until their mother got them out of there. They were visibly upset at what their father was being put through.
I think that Kavanaugh himself fully understands what's going on and is prepared to weather the storm. They don't have shit on him, so he's golden so long as he doesn't lose his temper and slip up. But if you think this is bad, just wait for the next one when Ginsburg croaks. You won't need to turn on a stream to hear the salt. Just open a window and you'll hear the salt flow.
Oh, I can taste it now. Salt finer than the crystalized tears of six gorillion angels.
It's going to be a bloodbath.
Had to save the last part of day two till now..
Jesus Christ the Hawaiian bitch was a pain to listen to. No questions from her what so ever, only assertions and projections.
It will be a glorious day
>>169635>When is the time to stand up, and have our voice heard?<We've done nothing but screech and protest for two years and it hasn't accomplished anything! What should we do?^Maybe they didn't hear us, let's screech and protest even louder!
These people will never stop being funny to me. It's like watching a dog trying to get duct tape off its tail.
hahaha.. makes you wonder who would win of a monkey trying to write Shakespeare's complete works by randomly hammer on a typewriter, or a leftist trying to come up with a logical though given infinite time.
I will never cease to be amazed by the sheer amount of stupidity I saw in two days and the sad part is that I know it's going to be worst in the near future.
And we still have at least two more days of the confirmation hearing.
Day three starts today at same time 9:30am ET
Q points out something interesting: at 26mins in the video Kavanaugh is questioned about US citizens acting as enemies to the US gov and the difference in law that causes.
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.192
Sep 5 2018 16:33:03 (EST)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tocc8EolxXg
Interesting line of questions?
Military Law v. Criminal Law.
Think HRC panic.
Do you believe in coincidences?
You have more than you know.
He actually has watched MLP. Once when talking with a little girl on his campaign trail he asked "Who's your favorite My Little Pony? I like Fluttershy."
Sadly I can't find the clip on Jewtube because results are flooded with fake news.
Day 3 has begun and Cory Booker is already dropping IQs around the nation
And Dick Blumenthal is trying to adjourn again…
I fear I don't have enough booze or more importantly blood to dilute to be able to do that in any "healthy" way.
They won't. They're pissing on him out of spite just because they can.
As AnCapAnon said >>169790
we can hope. I hope the Republicans put hard to hard and call the Democrats on their game of chicken and take it all the way and make them loose their seat in the senate. The more democrats thrown out the more special elections that will need to be held to replace them.>not that I know the exact process that will follow
Oh fuck Grassley actually laying them the fuck down, that was impressive.
>there is no rule
Then there is no issue, goddammit!
Cory "PLEASE MAKE ME A MARTYR" Booker
>Cory Brooker is sacrificing his career to be salty
The current state of the Democratic party
Motherfucker wants to be president. Being removed from office for disclosing confidential documents would prevent him from holding public office. He really did not think this through.
It's just unbelievable how these are many of the same people who just hand-waved away every point about HRC's emails, emails on a private, non-secure server where we know for a fact many were classified, we know for a fact that Obama communicated with her this way, we know for a fact that it did indeed jeopardize national security.
But in the case of Kavanaugh, they have been told a hundred times that they are asking for every single document that crossed the desk of a secretary for Bush, documents that would span everything from birthday cards to lunch menus to classified information. They have had this explained over and over and they just plug their ears and whine about it because they know they can do nothing.
Republicans fuck things up a lot, and lots of them are corrupt. But every single fucking democrat here is completely and wholly corrupt and hypocritical to boot. They don't give a fuck about American citizens, they don't care about anything but power. Every one of them should hang.
See, there's such a thing as a sensible republican but not a sensible democrat.
Senate Rule 29.5:https://www.rules.senate.gov/rules-of-the-senate>Any Senator, officer, or employee of the Senate who shall disclose the secret or confidential business or proceedings of the Senate, including the business and proceedings of the committees, subcommittees, and offices of the Senate, shall be liable, if a Senator, to suffer expulsion from the body; and if an officer or employee, to dismissal from the service of the Senate, and to punishment for contempt.
And the protesters are back
>VOTE NO ON KAVA NO
My favorite so far is the "woman" who screeched "shame" in overly hight pitch as she was shoveled out.
what they're saying?
They make it so fucking obvious that they are being paid to be there
>>169819muh fucking sides>>169821
It's kinda fun to watch a shitshow knowing that outcome.
Left = feelings
Right = thought
It's a fundamental distinction.
you know he had to do it to em
he posted confidential documents online? also all this seems to be is a legal discussion about the potential legal repercussions of laws regarding racial discrimination and at worst kavanaugh seems to be arguing for taking a "race blind" or rather neutral approach to the way the government and supreme court handles things. What's cory's point here exactly?
were these declassified? this sounds obviously illegal
I wonder if 'CNN will take the stand that illegally obtained documents is illegal to report on and even read.
I think Lehay is starting to loose it, perhaps senility is setting in. Now he is starting to talk about adding Evidence into the record like this is a trial.
>S T O L E
I so hope the Republicans show backbone and throw them out of the senate>if an officer or employee, to dismissal from the service of the Senate, and to punishment for contempt
I also hope Kavanaug after confirmed will be one of the Supreme Court judges that hammers in the final nail sending them to jail
>if you just say what I want I'll let you talk
How about FUCK YOU Lindsey Graham.
What is she seriously saying because I dont speak emoji.
it's a shame but apparently there might not be grounds to apparently these documents were actually declassified and cleared for release this morning and he made an ass out of himself for no reason
It is probably the next best thing.
I wonder if they can get them on some kind of technicality because they thought they were breaking the rules on purpose
doesn't everything trigger mass protests these days? these faggots are so found of referencing fiction have they ever read the boy who cried wolf?
>John McCain watched CNN during Senate lunches
Well that explains a fair bit of character.
>>169872>had brain cancer>watched CNN
really percolates my pecans
Like a good leftists they only want judges that will bend to the leftist agenda no matter what the law says. In good communist tradition there must be no separation of legislative and judicial.
how many episodes of rick and morty do you have to watch in order to understand the supreme court?
>You're a murderer
What did she mean by this?
>tfw he brought the whole fuckin' crew so that the dems look like shit when they're rude to him in front of all those young women
>>169862>he made an ass out of himself for no reason
Don't make the mistake of thinking that everyone on their side is just stupid. The staggering number of legitimate idiots on their side can lull you into a false sense of security that the devious ones can exploit. This looks like it was carefully calculated.
>Booker releases confidential documents to fight Kavanaugh>(((media))) and leftists swoon. How brave, what a risk. He's a martyr who's willing to risk it all to stop Hitler.>lol no, this shit was technically cleared moments ago. Booker isn't risking jack shit.>the headline painting him as taking a bullet for our democracy already went to print. This inconvenient detail will be on page 12 in size 2 font.>what was in the documents? Let us at (((CNN))) summarize the legalese for you: It says here that Kavanaugh is racist.
They will blame Kavanaugh for using them as human shield by inviting the team to come and see democracy in practice from front row.
This faggot is implying there's collusion with kavanaugh and the WH about the mueller investigation
>Challenge Mode: See how long you can look at Blumenthal's mouth before you want to die
Jewmenthal is ANGRY
>stop killing our kids
>>169667>Makes remarks to 1984, clearly didn't read 1984.
INGSOC, Ingland(England)Socialism. I laugh that even socialists call themselves fascists. The absolute state of the left.
I really want to know who this girl is supposed to be because I can't stop laughing how based she is.
I was under the impression that she's one of Kavanaugh's aids.
Booker is such a flaming faggot, holy shit.
These people are way too concerned with this judge. Even IF Roe v. Wade is overturned states will likely just put in place their own local laws. That is literally worst case scenario for them.
The left is best at taking mountains out of molehills. They just can't stand to witness a single victory for Conservatives.
Watching Trumps speech on Fox News and at 8:10pm MT there was this one guy in plaid that was "replaced" by a girl wearing a black dress. She looks like this person,seriously is it?
I got a headache just from reading the first few lines of that.
Alright, related note: one of the few things me and my centrist mother can agree on is Roe v. Wade, and we both think it needs to go. She doesn't think, however, that even with Kavanaugh going through that it will ever get brought up before the Supreme Court let alone get reversed.
So, what are the chances of Roe v. Wade getting nuked?
If it's ever going to happen, it probably won't be very soon. Give it a decade and make something will boil up.
Liberals act like the world will end next week, but that's not how the court system works.
>>169959>So, what are the chances of Roe v. Wade getting nuked?
Pretty slim, honestly. The Supreme Court usually doesn't revisit cases that it's already decided unless a new case comes through that challenges it again.
Even if it gets overturned all it means is things just go back to how they were previously, which is that states can pass their own abortion laws. I'm guessing most red states would make it illegal or restrict it, but I doubt any of the blue states would. Federal funding to Planned Parenthood could also realistically get cut at some point, but that has nothing to do with Roe v. Wade. So absolute worst case scenario for left wing sloots who want an abortion is they might have to take a road trip to California or NY and pay for it themselves, nbd. Hardly justifies all their wailing and screeching over it.
Really, reading all the salt screencaps in this thread has just made me lose even more respect for these people, which I didn't even think was possible at this point. I'm just amazed that people this uninformed about current events could possibly get this worked up over them. They literally are just giant, overgrown children who cry and wail and act like the sky is falling every time they don't get their way. I honestly can't believe I share a country with these imbeciles.
The right to vote should really be restricted to people who can demonstrate that they at least understand the issues they're voting on.
>>169959> what are the chances of Roe v. Wade getting nuked?
Really close to zero. They are completely detached from reality. In their mind, if we aren't sucking their dicks then we must be plotting to holocaust them.
Day 4 of the Kavanaugh hearing today will be consisting of legal experts and others testifying on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
The hearing is scheduled to start 9:20am ET on CSPAN2http://cspan2-lh.akamaihd.net/i/cspan2_1@304728/index_200_av-p.m3u8http://cspan2-lh.akamaihd.net/i/cspan2_1@304728/index_1000_av-p.m3u8
The vote is today, right?
Not sure, looks like the vote will be held on Spt. 20th>Senate Republicans laid out a fast schedule Tuesday for action on Judge Brett Kavanaugh, setting up a Sept. 20 vote in committee which would be followed by action on the full Senate floor the final week of the month.>Barring hiccups, that schedule would put Judge Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court before its Oct. 1 start of the new session.http://archive.is/piPcP
Or military tribunals are coming.
Booker is so full of shit…
time to call ICE
Checking an accurate rendition of Brook.
y'know I'm sorta impressed the whole "drag them along kicking and screaming" is just an expression but the left actually managed to convince a bunch of women to actually kick, scream, and get dragged around on television while they continue to lose
It is top notch entertainment seeing them being thrown out. I like to imagine they are immediately bound and gagged once out of sight as their screams of "shame" and "vote no" stops so abruptly once out of sight.
>Top Democrat refers confidential info about Kavanaugh of a sexual nature to FBI
>Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., confirmed Thursday that she had referred information about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to "federal investigative authorities.">“I have received information from an individual concerning the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. That individual strongly requested confidentiality, declined to come forward or press the matter further, and I have honored that decision. I have, however, referred the matter to federal investigative authorities,” said Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is scheduled to vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination next week.>Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats met on Wednesday night to discuss a vague sexual misconduct allegation against Kavanaugh dating back to his high school days, two sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.
>Feinstein had been in possession of the letter for some period of time, two sources said, but the matter was not referred to the FBI until after the Democratic meeting on Wednesday evening. The meeting was called because members of the committee had heard rumors of the letter’s existence from reporters, one source told NBC News.>White House spokesperson Kerri Kupec said Thursday that Feinstein should have raised the information earlier in the nomination process.>"Not until the eve of his confirmation has Sen. Feinstein or anyone raised the specter of new ‘information’ about him," Kupec said, accusing Democrats of an "11th-hour attempt to delay" Kavanaugh a seat on the high court. "Throughout 25 years of public service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has thoroughly and repeatedly vetted Judge Kavanaugh, dating back to 1993, for some of the most highly sensitive roles.">The controversy comes after a marathon series of hearings for Kavanaugh’s nomination last week in which he testified for two days before the Judiciary panel. The committee was originally scheduled to vote on his nomination Thursday morning, though it has now been delayed until next week on Sept. 20.http://archive.is/zyoLK
Fucking leftists and their distracting lies.
They're just grasping at straws now. Anything to delay or delegitimize Kavanaugh's confirmation even the slightest bit.
I wonder if people will start sending anonymous messages to Feinstein en mass>"I want to stay anonymous so I wondered if you could contact the FBI on my behalf and report that something happened that might have had a sexual nature, but I don't want to say what, at some time many many moons ago involving someone"
They really have no standards whatsoever.>>171299
That implies that Democrats are willing to drink their own coolaide, but it could be interesting to see how they respond if multiple allegations sprung up accusing Democrat politicians of sex crimes 40 years ago.
They're trying to pull a fast-one. The right to confront one's accusers is a less-appreciated but equally important constitutional right, and they're further trying to push the idea that awkward flirting and approaches (dude was in high school) constitutes sexual assault, as they have been on college campuses (that being the origin of the 1 in 5 women will be sexually assaulted on a college campus).
They know they can't win with any legitimacy against Kavanaugh, so instead they're keeping the propaganda going on all the batshit lefties that are
following/playing along with their overall narrative, and they'll be pushing this heavily in the upcoming and future elections, especially in areas/ways where the popular vote can't be countered by an electoral college.
I'm going to be very disappointed in this country if they allow this bullshit to delay the confirmation.
I am not surprised.
It will likely end with her not wanting to say who else was "in the room" so no one can give their version, and it will be her word against "what the hell are you talking about woman" and the leftists will believe her.
What I hate about this is that it doesn't really matter how bullshit that the claim is. The claim doesn't need to hold up in court, it simply needs to give RINOs an excuse to be turncoats.
Rinos will be the death of this country.
>Hearing Set for Monday to Hear Kavanaugh and His Accuser
>The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, under mounting pressure from senators of his own party, will call President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, and the woman who has accused him of sexual assault before the committee on Monday for extraordinary public hearings only weeks before the midterm elections.>In setting the hearing, Senator Charles E. Grassley, Republican of Iowa, backed down from a committee vote on Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination, planned for this Thursday, and pushed a confirmation once seen as inevitable into limbo.>The announcement of Monday’s hearing capped a tumultuous day in Washington, as senators of both parties absorbed the accusations against Judge Kavanaugh, who only last week seemed on a glide path toward confirmation. Dr. Blasey has said he sexually assaulted her at a social gathering in the 1980s when they were both teenagers. Judge Kavanaugh has categorically denied the accusations, which Dr. Blasey detailed in a letter sent in July to Senator Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, who kept its existence secret until last week at Dr. Blasey’s request.http://archive.li/hxV2a
Great. So if they succeed in stopping Kavanaugh, they'll have stopped him. If they fail, they get to run with the narrative that Trump put a rapist on the supreme court. They tried this shit with Clarence Thomas, and luckily the left wasn't nearly as batshit insane as they were, but times have changed. There's a chance this could blow up in their face as it did with the reduction in majority for Legislative confirmation, but ffs this is absurd.
I don't think they will be able to stop the confirmation of Kanavnaugh. It will end up as he said, she said. And she won't name the others she claim was in the room because reasons. So the left will always say he is a rapist and have nothing real to back that claim up with.
But also according to Q post the leftists know it is a nothingburger and want to use it to blackmail the Trump administration >>172131
If she don't show up they should hold the vote to confirm instead of holding the hearing. Otherwise it will probably just be a public "hearing" where democrats will accuse Kavanaugh and demand he prove his innocence. Well the Democrats will do this anyway, but Ford will not have to answer questions or reiterate the accusations under oath.>>172200
This don't surprise me the slightest.
I hope she gets nailed for prejury after she testifies.
This is pure defamation.
She will probably not show up for the hearing from the look of it. She will therefor avoid perjury because she never came with the accusations under oath or was the one who called the FBI asking for them to investigate. She will still be liable for defamation.
I hope they just go forward with the bite if she doesn't show.
Agree. All the Democrats will have shown up to accuse Kavanaugh so they should be able to vote. They could probably stage a walkout, but this will just result in Kavanaugh being confirmed with no opposing votes. So the only way for them to all vote no as they are going to do anyway is to take part.
That Chinaman from Hawaii is saying the accuser has no obligation to testify.>JUST SHUT UPhttps://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1042122392326361089
Ruth Bader Ginsberg weighs in on the circus that has become of the Kavanaugh appointment - "This was not supposed to be partisan"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AriOjUfbBrw
He worded that impressively well.
I agree 100%.
Holy shit, she's ancient.
The old lady can barely hold her head up.
Kek, this sounds like something from a badly written Anonfilly green.
It's amazing and sad that people fall for this shit. Right before a conservative is about to rise to a position of power, a bunch of sexual harassment charges from 30-40 years ago are "conveniently" brought to light all at once, all without any evidence whatsoever. It happened with Trump, then Roy Moore, and now Kavanaugh. It would be funny if leftists weren't stupid enough to actually believe it.
The group, Demand Justice, established in 2018, gets its money from the Sixteen Thirty Fund — and the Sixteen Thirty Fund received roughly $2.2 million from the Open Society Policy Center, one of Soros’ outlets, between the years of 2012 and 2016.
And Demand Justice’s entire mission is to advance a progressive agenda through the courts.
“[Our goal is to] sensitize rank-and-file progressives to think of the courts as a venue for their activism and a way to advance the progressive agenda,” DJ’s executive director, Brian Fallon, said to The New York Times.
But that’s not all.
Debra Katz, the attorney representingKavanaugh’s accuser — Christine Blasey Ford — is vice chair of the Project on Government Oversight, an organization that has been directly funded by Soros’ Open Society Foundation.
Katz is also a hefty Democratic donor, giving thousands of dollars over the years to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and other leftist candidates.
I'm not sure if they're stupid enough to believe it, or just corrupt enough to go along with it so long as it isn't directed at themselves.
They are spinning this as if Ford is "on the run" from "evil death threats." They're using every excuse in their playbook.
Hope the Republicans calls Ford out for her obstruction of justice. And that the only reason she refuse to testify is because she is lying about the whole incident.>>172290
Isn't the FBI investigation already concluded and closed?>>172291
I'm very very tempted.
>You are standing in the center of the library. Twilight is going over the last of the spell details.
"Don't worry, everything will be fine. You'll be home soon. Doesn't that make you happy?">She has one last glance at the book.>You read the title, "Space-Time Spells, by Starlight Glimmer.">Why did you fail to notice this earlier? You begin a more robust objection… but it's too late. You are enveloped in a bright sparkling light and begin spiraling. You try to avoid throwing up.>The light starts to clear and you fall a short distance to the carpeted floor.>Looking down you see that Twilight failed to consider something.>You still have hooves.>Looking up with concern you notice the house colors are rather garish, lots of pinks, reds, and yellows, clashing. The wall has a .. calendar. Who has calendars anymore? Walking over with trepidation you notice the date: July, 1965. Oh Shit.>Clopping towards the hallway, looking for the exit, a man emerges from the stairwell, he is perhaps more startled than you. But seeming to recover faster than you, he says lecherously:
"Wow, your such a cutie, aren't you?">Uncertain how to respond, you realize that Twilight's magic Saddle Bag of Holding which she equipped you with, probably has the answers. You quickly sort through the books (they are alphabetically sorted), you flip through a book by "Respected Male Doctor and friends" and conclude the correct answer is: "Yes."
"My name is Brett, want to come up stairs?">After consulting the book further: "Yes."
After many orgasms and several decades pass, you decide to get your revenge!
The FBI has already conducted and concluded 6 extensive background checks on Kavanaugh to date. These new allegations are A. something that would have had to have been officially reported a long time ago
to even be on
the background checks, B. occurred so long ago that they can't even be prosecuted if they were legitimate, C. have been denied by the individual who Ford claims is the sole and exclusive witness, D. involved alcohol in the first place (making her testimony incredible, as in not credible), and ultimately do not adjust your screens, its as blatant and transparent a political move as it appears to be.
Shit, I need to check and make sure everything's correct before I post, next time.
She's fucking lying.
She thought she could weaponize the energy behind #metoo to soil his reputation, but then Republicans called the Dremocrats' bluff, and want her to testify so that they can prove that Kavanaugh is a vanilla, straight-laced Biblecamp boy. If she shows up, she'll have to testify under oath and potentially face perjury trials if she says anything that they prove incorrect, so she's sittyit out so he'll confirmed, and Democrats will be able to screech about it for decades to come that Drumph appointment a rapist to the SCOTUS.
Huh, that's odd; my flag didn't show.
>>172319>Democrats will be able to screech about it for decades
You mean in a few weeks when they try to coerce suckers into voting for them in the midterm. There will be headlines about Republicans supporting accused sexual predators. Loads of bullshit headlines and suckers who never read the body of the article.
Glenn Beck (of all people) knocks it out of the park, from 2 days agohttps://youtu.be/Ts7-81uwe-I?t=5m15s
Skip to 5:15 if it doesn't automatically"… if you're 16-17 and you do something, you go to a juvenile court and you do your time and those records are sealed because we believe that you do stupid things when you are young and we don't hold that over your head for the rest of your life."
Whether the allegations are true (which, there's plenty above to cast lingering doubt that), he's being smeared for something that wouldn't even be public record if she had done her due diligence 36 years ago instead of waiting until it was politically expedient for a literal pink-hat-wearing (there's photos) anti-Trump advocate to try and obstruct this process.
Such offenses may not be held against you as an adult in the court of law, but they do continue to follow you around in the court of public opinion. The records may be sealed but word of mouth gets around, especially when the girl is an attention whore.
Facts, reason, and law don't matter here. This is purely a feelings based attack. This case cannot be disproven after all of these years, and they have been spending years to groom popular culture to assume that men are guilty until proven innocent in matters regarding sexual assault. They're not trying to build a case against Kavanaugh, they're trying to induce reflexive knee jerk responses.
This attack gives them many moves depending on how things play out.
1: it gives RINOs an excuse to vote against him. The normalfags in my life aren't paying attention to this process and will only hear the headlines around the result. If he loses the vote, they'll only hear about how Trump's nomination (they won't even know Kavanaugh's name) was voted down because a "brave' woman came forward with her rape story.
2: if Kavanaugh wins the vote, they'll have tons of soundbites to take out of context. They will not stop spewing headlines about how "Trump's FBI refused to investigate the sexual assault claims." It doesn't matter if the FBI refused legitimately due to statutes of limitations and lacking of jurisdiction to undertake the investigatation. Idiots don't know that and they'll only hear about how the investigation was refused.
3: armed with their soundbites, they'll try to mobilize midterm voters to "stop Trump and the evil sexual predators that he's putting in power"
This is about the midterms as much if not more so than it is about Kavanaugh himself. They are DESPERATE for their blue wave so that they can make an attempt to impeach Trump or at least stonewall everything that he's trying to do.
>>172449>they have been spending years to groom popular culture to assume that men are guilty until proven innocent
This is one of the things I loathe about leftists more than anything; it's the most blatantly unamerican narrative in the modern U.S. culture.
The notion of innocence until proven guilty is one of the things that has made our court system the envy of the entire world; and SJWs want to throw it away, just so they can lynch-mob anyone they're displeased with.
>GOP pushes to move forward with Kavanaugh confirmation if his accuser won't testify
> Republican lawmakers on Wednesday appear poised to move ahead with a confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman while they were in high school, if the woman does not participate in a Senate hearing to air the allegation.>Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford indicated Tuesday night that she would not agree to attend the hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee scheduled for Monday under the current circumstances.
>The chairman responded to Ford's lawyers Wednesday afternoon in a letter in which he said again that FBI involvement is not needed and that the Senate doesn't have the power to authorize such an investigation.>"It is not the FBI’s role to investigate a matter such as this," Grassley wrote, saying the White House requests and provides FBI background investigation files to the Senate "as a courtesy to help us determine whether to confirm a nominee. The FBI does not make a credibility assessment of any information it receives with respect to a nominee.">"You have stated repeatedly that Dr. Ford wants to tell her story. I sincerely hope that Dr. Ford will accept my invitation to do so, either privately or publicly, on Monday. In the meantime, my staff would still welcome the opportunity to speak with Dr. Ford at a time and place convenient to her," said Grassley, echoing a statement by spokesman Garrett Ventry earlier Wednesday that the chairman was willing to send committee staff to speak to Ford in California "if that is what she prefers.”>Grassley also said that the committee has attempted to contact Ford's lawyers directly by phone and email "several times to schedule a call at a time convenient for you and your client. We thus far have not heard back from you with regard to that request." He said Ford would need to submit her biography and prepared testimony by Friday at 10 a.m. if she intends to testify Monday.
>Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, a possible no vote on Kavanaugh, tweeted Wednesday that she hopes Ford "will reconsider" the offer and testify on Monday: "It is my understanding that the Committee has offered to hold either a public or a private session, whichever would make her more comfortable," wrote Collins.>"After learning of the allegation, Chairman @ChuckGrassley took immediate action to ensure both Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh have the opportunity to be heard, in public or private. Republicans extended a hand in good faith. If we don't hear from both sides on Monday, let's vote," Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., tweeted late Tuesday.>Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., who sits on the judiciary committee, said in a Tuesday tweet: "When Dr. Ford came forward, I said that her voice should be heard and asked the Judiciary Committee to delay its vote on Judge Kavanaugh. It did so. I now implore Dr. Ford to accept the invitation for Monday, in a public or private setting. The committee should hear her voice."http://archive.li/R4pse
I like the name of the new Law. Fits nicely with laws like Godwin's law.
>>172501>during my lunch break, read a feel good story about how a father sold his car in order to pay for his wife's medical bills.>the father loved the car more than his left nut, but he loved his family more>years pass and the kids, now adults, track down the car and buy it back for their father.>the car was named "Christine" after the Steven King story>later I see this post on /mlpol/>haven't seen any references to Christine for fucking years and then I see two in one day from different sources on different devices that are attached to different networks"
Glow in the darks are fucking with the system, Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
If that happens I really hope Trump choose a super conservative woman that wants to ban abortion and is a die hard creationist.
This is a test of Q predictions also:>POTUS: Judge K will be confirmed regardless…
I also think that there is no way for the democrats to actually hinder Kavanaugh from being confirmed for Supreme Court.
Why is that? Is there a vote? What is the ratio of D:R voters?
Because the Democrats enacted the nuclear option when Obama was president you only need an simple majority to confirm Kavanaugh. So because the Republicans have majority in both Senate and the House as long as all Republicans vote in favor of Kavanaugh he will be confirmed. This is also the reason the Democrats want to delay the vote till after the midterms. The democrats hope to take control of the Senate and be able to block the nomination.
The Senate Judiciary committee has 11R and 10D, including the committee chair. The Senate its self has 54R, 44D, and 2 Independents>>172540
Its a bigger issue than that. If the Democrats re-take the senate in November, they can potentially (and by their recent behavior, undoubtably would) block any
judge whom Donald Trump nominates for the Supreme Court, Kavanaugh included.
That is true. They can probably block most policies put forward too, forcing Trump to use executive orders to get anything done.
And the more executive orders he has to use, the more the left will use it against him and the right by turning the "Look, he's abusing executive orders!" claim back on us.
>>172695> "In my [Facebook] post, I was empowered"> I was empowered
Is this a new way to say "I was drunk and bullshitting"
OMG he likes women… with a certain look… OMG… he's .. he's …. normal! REEEE!
And we continue our rotation to fascism.
So the moment she had to stand by her words and what she wrote she retracted them.>>172704
If there is any truth to that he probably was looking for and wanted to hire women and not men who thought they were women.
Cuz BHO totally didn't go fucking nuts with EOs during his presidency
Hussein did not do anything besides signing EOs for 6 years (I think there was Democratic majority the first two years he was in office).
One of the top stories on Drudge
>If Senate Democrats and their media allies manage to destroy Brett Kavanaugh, they will bring America one step closer to a new, liberal style of totalitarianism.
>I don’t use the “T”-word lightly. I’ve spent years pushing back against those who fling it about in free societies like ours. But totalitarianism doesn’t require cartoonish, 1984-style secret police and Big Brother. The classical definition is a society where everything — ethical norms and moral principles and truth itself — is subjugated to political ends.
>By that measure, the Democratic campaign to block Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, based on ahazy, uncorroborated, decades-old assault allegation, tends toward the totalitarian. Certainly, it has many of the elements of abusive politics that Americans normally associate with foreign lands untouched by the light of liberty and reason:
>An (initially) anonymous accusation, surfaced at the 11th hour, seemingly calculated to strike terror into the hearts of Kavanaugh and his family members and supporters? Check! That came in the form of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s cryptic statement last week, confirming that she had “received information from an individual concerning the nomination” of Kavanaugh but declining to offer any details.
>An accusation that’s impossible to rebut? Check! Senate Democrats aredemanding that the FBI look into the allegations firstbefore the Judiciary Committee holds a hearing. But Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, can’t remember the time or location of the alleged incident. An FBI probe is impracticable, not to mention improper given the lack of a federal crime.
>Kavanaugh’s integrity is thus besmirched, and the path to the only forum where he could clear his name is obstructed.
>A media mob that treats the mere existence of an accusation as proof of its veracity? Check! The examples of this are legion. My favorite came courtesy of the Atlantic writer who claimed that her own run-in with a pervert meant that Kavanaugh is also guilty. This, just a couple of years after Rolling Stone’s University of Virginia fiasco was supposed to have taught reporters a lesson about the importance of listening to the accused as well as the accusers.
>It didn’t have to be this way.
>Feinstein didn’t have to leak the anonymous accusation to the press, contrary to Ford’s wishes. Or she could have urged Ford to go public early, giving both parties enough time to be heard.
>Even now, Feinstein and her colleagues could back a committee hearing, without which Kavanaugh has no realistic opportunity for mounting a defense. Kavanaugh is a judge and a political operator. But he ‘s also a father and husband.
>But no. Senate Dems have settled on the ugliest means available, even by the standards of the body that added the verb “Borking” to our political vocabulary. The question is: Why have Republican high-court nominations brought out the worst from the left, going back to the Ronald Reagan era?
>The short answer is that liberals fear their major cultural victories of the past half-century are democratically illegitimate. Not a single one was won at the ballot box, going back to the Supreme Court’s 1965 Griswold decision, which recognized a constitutional right to contraceptives. From abortion to gay marriage, plus a host of less titillating issues, modern liberalism has lived by the Court. And liberals fear their cause will die by the Court.
>Unless, that is, they block conservative encroachments into the judiciary by all means necessary. Hence, Borking and Clarence Thomas-ing. And hence, too, the naked slandering of Mitt Romney in the course of the 2012 presidential campaign, to forestall his shifting the Court to the right.
>>172736>I wish I could say that the way out of this impasse is for the right to double down on the gentle conservatism represented by Romney, the Bush dynasty, and the late John McCain. Perhaps that is the right course in the long term. But for now, it is imperative for the health of American democracy to resist the liberal ruthlessness that is on display in the halls of the Senate.
>The verb “to Kavanaugh” must not be permitted to enter our lexicon, lest the step to unfreedom become irrevocable.
>Sohrab Ahmari is senior writer at Commentary and author of the forthcoming memoir of Catholic conversion, “From Fire, By Water.”
The good doctor now claims that she's willing to testify before the Senate if certain conditions are met
, but that testifying on Monday would be 'impossible',…reports the New York Times
who received an e-mail from Katz, the dyke-lookin' lawyer for the accuser. The lawyer claims that both sides of the Senate Judiciary were also notified.
>The woman who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual assault has told the Senate Judiciary Committee, in an apparent bid to jump-start negotiations, that she “would be prepared to testify next week,” so long as senators offer “terms that are fair and which ensure her safety,” according to an email her lawyers sent to committee staff members.>In the email, obtained by The New York Times, the lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford said that testifying Monday — the timetable Republicans have set for a hearing — “is not possible and the Committee’s insistence that it occur then is arbitrary in any event.” The lawyer reiterated that it is Dr. Blasey’s “strong preference” that “a full investigation” occur before her testimony — wording that stopped short of demanding an F.B.I. probe and suggested she is open to testifying without one.
>A spokesman for Senator Charles E. Grassley, Republican of Iowa and chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, had no comment when asked if Mr. Grassley would agree to a date other than Monday.>“We’re glad to hear back, but that’s about the extent to which we can comment,” the spokesman, George Hartmann, said.http://archive.li/pHGWS
This fucking bitch…
This is a textbook picture of someone who views herself as "the cool wine aunt." Someone who has wasted her whole life on degeneracy and never found true happiness.
LOL public not falling for your shit anymore, Dems!
Wait, those numbers are from the huffington compost? BWAHAHAAHA. The "Blue Wave" is canceled.
The defendant always goes second.
This cunt is full of shit.
If democrats says her terms are reasonable they will show that they don't agree with due process. This will likely hurt the Democrats more than they realize. The moment they starts reeing that the demands was not met they will also have to explain why they think the demands were reasonable. And why due process and innocent until proven guilty is a bad concept in their mind.
You underestimate the arrogance of American liberals. I'm less confident that Democrats will be held accountable for this kikery.
It does send a very clear message to anyone with half a brain that Democrats couldn't care less about our rights though. The right to fair trail, the right to confront your accuser, the notion of innocence until proven guilty; none of those things matter to Democrats.
It is fun watching the faces of CNN "reporters" when they don't get the answers they want and can't push their skewed narrative.
Nothing hurts a reporter more than blueballing him on soundbites.
Imagine letting 10 Somalians walk into your house and gangrape your daughter, and knowing you're still not as big of a cuck as some Senate Republicans.
>>173399>Be on the Senate>Be a actual republican
Pick one and only one.
>Ford had already moved 3,000 miles away from the affluent Maryland suburbs where she says Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a house party — a charge he would emphatically deny. Suddenly, living in California didn’t seem far enough. Maybe another hemisphere would be. She went online to research other democracies where her family might settle, including New Zealand.>“She was like, ‘I can’t deal with this. If he becomes the nominee, then I’m moving to another country. I cannot live in this country if he’s in the Supreme Court,’ ” her husband said. “She wanted out.”http://archive.today/gk85T
And this cunt said she was afraid of flying.
Literally the definition of a win-win.
Sadly she will never move, like all the one who promised to move to Canada when Trump was elected. Also New Zealand will never accept her. Best she can hope for is to move to Germany or Sweden and be raped for real by some progressive refugees.
>AP source: Kavanaugh, Ford agree to testify on Thursday >Negotiators reached a tentative agreement Saturday for the Senate Judiciary Committee to hear testimony Thursday from Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault from decades ago, according to two people briefed on the matter.>Lawyers for Ford and bipartisan representatives of the committee came to the tentative agreement after a short phone call, said one of the people, who was not authorized to speak publicly and requested anonymity. The person said Kavanaugh would also appear.>Some details of the hearing, such as the order of their appearance, remained in negotiation. Talks were expected to continue Sunday.
>Ford initially indicated she wanted to tell her story to the committee, but talks dragged on as her lawyers negotiated terms of her appearance.>As the talks continued, Grassley countered that he would end the standoff by scheduling a Monday vote on whether to recommend Kavanaugh's nomination to the full Senate. Meanwhile, Republicans viewed Ford's requests as a way to delay voting on President Donald Trump's nominee.
>Patience among Republicans was running thin. The GOP has faced enormous pressure from its base of conservative leaders and voters to swiftly approve Kavanaugh, who would become the second of Trump's nominees to sit on the nation's highest court.>Grassley had set a Friday night deadline for Ford to agree to the committee's latest terms for her appearance. Grassley said that if she missed that deadline, he would scrap the hearing and his committee would vote on sending Kavanaugh's nomination to the full Senate.
Ford's lawyers asked for another day. In a tweet aimed at Kavanaugh shortly before midnight, Grassley said he was giving them additional time.>"She shld decide so we can move on. I want to hear her. I hope u understand. It's not my normal approach to b indecisive," Grassley wrote.
>On Friday, Grassley had rejected concessions Ford wanted if she is tell her story publicly before the committee.>Grassley turned down Ford's request that only senators, not attorneys, be allowed to ask questions. The committee's 11 Republicans — all men — have been seeking an outside female attorney to interrogate Ford, mindful of the election-season impression that could be left by men trying to pick apart a woman's assertion of a sexual attack.>He also rejected her proposal that she testify after Kavanaugh, a position lawyers consider advantageous because it gives them a chance to rebut accusations.http://archive.is/FC3hw
I'll be sure to have popcorn. If they think that a conservative lawyer - who has the opportunity to make a name for herself in front the Senate Judiciary, the country, and to some degree the world
, in a landmark event that will go down in history - will go easy on her cuz she's a woman,… fucking WEW! Better bring marshmallows cuz that bitch is gonna get burned at the stake!
I will make sure I have plenty of snacks ready for the event. By body is ready for the show.
We might have a case of "Day-care sex-abuse hysteria" going aroundhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day-care_sex-abuse_hysteria
>Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faced a storm of new sexual misconduct allegations Sunday after attorney Michael Avenatti said he had knowledge that Kavanaugh and high school friend Mark Judge targeted women with drugs and alcohol in order to "allow a 'train' of men to subsequently gang rape them.">Avenatti, who represents adult film star Stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against President Trump and has hinted at a possible presidential run, made the claims in an email to Mike Davis, the chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee. He did not state the source of his "evidence" and did not name any alleged victims.
>Meanwhile, the New Yorker magazine reported late Sunday that a Yale classmate of Kavanaugh claimed he exposed himself to her at a college party. Kavanaugh strongly denied that claim as a "smear.">The woman, Deborah Ramirez, has called on the FBI to investigate the alleged incident. The magazine's report, which is co-written by Pulitzer Prize winner Ronan Farrow, states that four Democratic senators have received information about Ramirez's allegation and at least two have begun investigating it.>The report was published days before Kavanaugh is to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee about an allegation of sexual assault against him dating to his days as a high school student in the early 1980s. The accuser in that case, Christine Blasey Ford, has agreed to go before the committee and tell her story.
>White House spokesperson Kerri Kupec said: "This 35-year-old, uncorroborated claim is the latest in a coordinated smear campaign by the Democrats designed to tear down a good man. This claim is denied by all who were said to be present and is wholly inconsistent with what many women and men who knew Judge Kavanaugh at the time in college say. The White House stands firmly behind Judge Kavanaugh.">Ramirez claimed Kavanaugh exposed himself to her while she was intoxicated during a drinking game in the 1983-84 academic year, when Kavanaugh was a freshman. She also claimed she inadvertently touched Kavanaugh's penis when she pushed him away and says the incident left her "embarrassed and ashamed and humiliated.">She also claimed another male student yelled "Brett Kavanaugh just put his penis in Debbie's face" and insisted that person used Kavanaugh's full name.>The report stated that the magazine had not corroborated that Kavanaugh was at the party in question. An anonymous male classmate said he was told that Kavanaugh had exposed himself to Ramirez within the following days.>Still another male classmate who Ramirez claims egged on Kavanaugh to expose himself to her denied any memory of the party in question. In addition, the magazine published a statement by six of Kavanaugh's classmates saying: "We can say with confidence that if the incident Debbie alleges ever occurred, we would have seen or heard about it—and we did not. The behavior she describes would be completely out of character for Brett.">The statement continued, "In addition, some of us knew Debbie long after Yale, and she never described this incident until Brett’s Supreme Court nomination was pending.">A female classmate who signed the statement told the New Yorker that Ramirez "is a woman I was best friends with. We shared intimate details of our lives. And I was never told this story by her, or by anyone else. It never came up. I didn’t see it; I never heard of it happening."
Ramirez admitted to the New Yorker that she does not fully remember the alleged incident because she had been drinking at the time. The magazine also reported that Ramirez spent six days "carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney" before telling the full version of her story.http://archive.is/oEhKG
By design. They're not trying to convince the multitude, they're trying to further divide their followers away from reason and toward their narrative. Whether their followers become the majority or not is irrelevant, their aim is division and unrest.
And in that regard, they're succeeding on both
I think there has been two more accusers (including the one in the Ramirez) that have stepped forward. Rather than strengthening the accusations made by Ford this will instead weaken it (at least for rational thinking people).
She didn't remember the details before talking to the attorney whom asked her leading questions. The attorney created a false memory in her head. Ramirez might believe it happened but that is because the attorney created the narrative. This is why police investigators and psychologists no longer asks leading questions.
You're right, and that's another part I forgot to mention (two parts actually). They're not trying to convince rational, thinking people, they're banking on the (((methods))) of increasing the population of irrational people while exhausting rational people with their unending bullshit.
True they will manage to create a large following of idiots that believe the accusations. What I think this actually is all about right now instead of blocking the confirmation, because frankly the Democrats know they won't be able to do that, I think the Democrats is trying to create the condition to add two more people to the Supreme Court if they ever get the presidency again. The one thing that can mittigate some of the damage this would cause is if Ginsburg drops dead or leaves the SC and Trump gets to pick a third judge for the SC. This way even after Democrats have added two more judges they will not be able to skew the SC too much.>not increasing the number of judges in the SC should be a pledge all president candidates, and politician running fro congress, should make, or make it into law that the SC shall only have nine judges.
Surprise, surprise, Democrats want to delay more
>Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, called late Sunday for a delay in further consideration of Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh after a second woman accused him of sexual misconduct.>“I am writing to request an immediate postponement of any further proceedings related to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh,” Feinstein (Calif.) wrote in a letter to Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa), the committee’s chairman.
>Her letter came after the New Yorker magazine reported that Deborah Ramirez, a classmate of Kavanaugh’s at Yale University, said he exposed himself at a party when they were both first-year students.>Ramirez, who told the magazine that they both had been drinking at the time of the incident, acknowledged some gaps in her memory but said she remembered another student shouting Kavanaugh’s name.>“I would think an F.B.I. investigation would be warranted,” Ramirez said.>In a statement issued by the White House, Kavanaugh denied the accusation and called it “a smear, plain and simple.”>“I look forward to testifying on Thursday about the truth, and defending my good name — and the reputation for character and integrity I have spent a lifetime building — against these last-minute allegations,” he said in the statement.
>In her letter, Feinstein asked “that the newest allegations of sexual misconduct be referred to the FBI for investigation, and that you join our request for the White House to direct the FBI to investigate the allegations of Christine Blasey Ford as well as these new claims.”http://archive.is/Un7gE
Of course they want to delay more, they're banking on the idea that they can push back his confirmation with more baseless and otherwise court-inadmissible allegations 'which need to be investigated' until near/after the mid-terms, further banking on the idea that they can retake the house and/or senate and then block any/all current/future Trump appointees.
Specifically, they want to avoid a Kavanaugh confirmation until after the Supreme Court convenes in October, after which they can attempt the same claim that Republicans made in preventing Obama from appointing Scalia's replacement.
Anyone living in Bugerland needs to fucking vote this year, no excuses. These crooks need to be sent packing, no room for discussion.
Absolutely essential I agree, however one should give as much credit to the mid-term polls as the Hillary v. Trump polls; more and more people distrust the MSM (even Fox, and rightly IMO) and refuse to answer polls regardless of who is officially/unofficially conducting them. That the Democrats are pulling these hail-mary tactics is evidence that they're not
confident in their ability to win back the house, despite posturing to the contrary.
That's more or less what I think, I don't trust polls at all any more. But I just want to drive home how important this election is. There's no excuses to stay home this year, every vote counts. I live in a meme state that's probably going to go solid blue no matter what, but I don't even care. I'm still voting and so should everyone else. I'm so pissed off watching the Dems trying to pull this horseshit at the last minute, I can't fucking wait to vote.
She might have been in Norway at the time the "rape" took placehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_Mobile_Telephone
Also do you got any link to any sources for the image?
Maybe she had an EE8 Field Telephone she got from her dad when he came back from Nam
I saw this on 4pol but I still haven't seen a source.
Okay. After watching the interview I have a few thoughts I'd like to share. For one, he was very clearly and obviously coached on how to respond to the questions. He used "I have never" rather than the "I haven't" or "I've never", which isn't evidence of deception but it suggests that he may have been more measured in his speech than might be natural. Its understandable given his circumstances, especially because every US media organization (and then some) is/was/will-be watching (and looking to take anything out of context). His responses to the second and third allegations were much more natural and seemed less reserved. I credit that he didn't speculate on the cause of the allegations (but he clearly had an opinion he had been counseled to not mention; there was one time where he flashed frustration when asked what could have motivated the alleged victims), and he made a perceivable effort to not use court-speak which he might have used in a more professional scenario, but again that's understandable because such terms could easily have been spun, misinterpreted, or otherwise used to defame him. My only issue really is that when directly asked to address the allegations from the good doctor, he avoided saying (using his method of speech) "I never sexually assaulted Dr. Ford (or 'her' or whatever variant)", instead he said "I never sexually assaulted anyone
", but my skepticism is because rather than answer the direct question he addressed the greater question of all
the allegations. Again, not evidence of deception, but it felt forced, which is understandable.
I'll watch it a few more times at varying speeds to see if there's anything more to pick up on.
>>174735>there was one time where he flashed frustration when asked what could have motivated the alleged victims
He was incredibly professional. I would have lost my shit there.
The memes just write themselves these days.
Would this make Avenatti guilty of defamation and slander as he was the one that publicly accused Kavanaugh. And if Avenatti wants to escape that he has to say who the client was and that she told him to go out publicly.
I hope so.
I'd like to see this creepy porn lawyer get what's coming to him.
"Devil's Triangle" is what I will call Trump's set of Supreme Court nominees after he replaces Ginsburg
In that case, Gorsuch and Kavanaugh make a Devil's Triangle of the Left
This sleazy motherfucker is just running for the hills at this point..
The left fucking worship this scumbag too.
Here's a Vox article detailing most of this:https://archive.is/9gWdS
Direct archive of the "FFFFFFFourth of July" tweet:https://archive.is/bcalD
*makes popping sound with mouth*
I saw it on voat.
Maybe he doesn't actually believe it, but a narrative is needed as cover.
"Guys… guys… I totally didn't get trolled all to shit guys,…"
I love to see how Avenatti tries to get out of this if it turns out to be true.>>175062
You and me both. Fun times ahead if confirmed true.
The story could even be more interesting. Imagine if you were, lest say, the Trump-MIC/NSA and you wanted to psy op him. Could you then cover your tracks by claiming to be just a 4chan civie?
>>175166>Could you then cover your tracks by claiming to be just a 4chan civie?
I would think it would be extremely easy. Untraceable phones (particular to ownership). A little clever physical movement of phones leaving a record of locations phones have been to give credibility if history of base stations phone had been connected to is retrieved. Destroy phones. Make a post on 4chan and relax.
>Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford offers Senate four people who corroborate her assault claims >The attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford have sworn and signed declarations from four people who corroborate her claims of sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.>In documents sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee and obtained by USA TODAY, Ford’s attorneys present declarations from Ford’s husband, Russell, and three friends who support the California college professor’s accusation that Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed, groped her and attempted to pull off her clothes while both were high school students in 1982.http://archive.is/IHNPt
So Ford’s husband, and three of her friends who have no other basis for their claim other than Ford saying it happen is apparently evidence for it happening.
How did her lawyer even pass the bar exam, or for that matter even graduate law school
And just how do they think the cross-examining is going to go?
The authors (her husband and her three friends) of the "collaboration document" are not going to appear. It is just a written and signed document so there will be no cross examination of them.
It will just be a "Look at this document, it says it happened". And most likely state that all the records of the emails mentioned have been deleted a long time ago. So there will be no evidence of Ford ever talking about it earlier as her Husband and her three friends claim. Which is basically their collaborating evidence; Ford talked about it before Kavanaugh was nominated.
>Friend 1 (Adela Gildo-Mazzon)>Adela Gildo-Mazzon said Ford told her about the alleged assault during a June 2013 meal at a restaurant in Mountain View, California, and contacted Ford’s attorneys on Sept. 16 to tell them Ford had confided in her five years ago.
>Friend 2 (Keith Koegler)>In another declaration, Keith Koegler said Ford revealed the alleged assault to him in 2016, when the two parents were watching their children play in a public place and discussing the “light” sentencing of Stanford University student Brock Turner.>“Christine expressed anger at Mr. Turner’s lenient sentence, stating that she was particularly bothered by it because she was assaulted in high school by a man who was now a federal judge in Washington, D.C.,” Koegler said.
>Friend 3 (Rebecca White)>In another declaration, Rebecca White, a neighbor and friend of more than six years, said Ford revealed the alleged assault against her in 2017.>“I was walking my dog and Christine was outside of her house,” White said. “I stopped to speak with her, and she told me she had read a recent social media post I had written about my own experience with sexual assault.>“She then told me that when she was a young teen, she had been sexually assaulted by an older teen,” White continued. “I remember her saying that her assailant was now a federal judge.”
>Husband (Russell Ford)>In his declaration, Ford’s husband said he learned of his wife’s experience with sexual assault “around the time we got married” but that she didn’t share details until a couple’s therapy session in 2012.>“I remember her saying that her attacker’s name was Brett Kavanaugh, that he was a successful lawyer who had grown up in Christine’s home town, and that he was well-known in the Washington D.C. community,” Russell Ford said.
If there's going to be another stream, I'd suggest making a new thread for it.
So apparently the woman Michael Avenatti represent who were so afraid to come forward. Says she saw Kavanaugh drunk, and heard stuff from others. She don't say she experienced anything herself committed by Kavanaugh or Judge. From what I can decipher, she/her lawyer words it as Kavanaugh was at a party where someone raped her, but leftist will read it as Kavanaugh raped her.
So at best it is heresay and her subjective observation and recollection of stuff that happen to others while she was drunk 35 years ago.
>Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was accused Wednesday by another woman of having engaged in sexual misconduct at parties while he was a student at Georgetown Preparatory School in the 1980s.>The allegation came from Julie Swetnick, 55, who like Judge Kavanaugh, 53, grew up in the Washington suburbs. In a statement posted on Twitter by her lawyer, Ms. Swetnick said she observed the future Supreme Court nominee at parties where women were verbally abused, inappropriately touched and “gang raped.”>She said she witnessed Judge Kavanaugh participating in some of the misconduct, including lining up outside a bedroom where “numerous boys” were “waiting for their ‘turn’ with a girl inside the room.” Ms. Swetnick said she was raped at one of the parties, and she believed she had been drugged.>None of Ms. Swetnick’s claims could be independently corroborated by The New York Times, and her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, declined to make her available for an interview.
>In a brief interview, Mr. Avenatti said that he had corroborating witnesses who could back up Ms. Swetnick’s accounts, but was not ready to present them as he waited to see if the Senate Judiciary Committee would begin a full investigation into her claims as he demanded, along with an F.B.I. inquiry.>Mr. Avenatti also said he was waiting to hear back from the committee before making Ms. Swetnick available for interviews.
>In her statement, Ms. Swetnick wrote that she met Judge Kavanaugh and Mr. Judge in 1980 or 1981 when she was introduced to them at a house party in the Washington area. She saw them to be “extremely close friends” who were “consistently” together at social gatherings. She said she attended at least 10 house parties in the Washington area from 1981 to 1983 where the two were present. She said the parties were common, taking place almost every weekend during the school year.>She said she observed Judge Kavanaugh drinking “excessively” at many of the parties and engaging in “abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls, including pressing girls against him without their consent, ‘grinding’ against girls, and attempting to remove or shift girls’ clothing to expose private body parts.”>“I also witnessed Brett Kavanaugh behave as a ‘mean drunk’ on many occasions at these parties,” she wrote.>She said that Judge Kavanaugh, Mr. Judge and others would try to spike the punch at parties in an effort to intoxicate women, who would be targeted and taken advantage of. In 1982, she said, she “became the victim of one of these ‘gang’ or ‘train’ rapes where Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh were present.” She said she told at least two people about the incident shortly afterward.http://archive.is/tgFH4
Look at all of these character witnesses who will never be given a voice by the (((media)))
so in case it wasn't mentioned here yet allegedly this latest bitch crazyhttps://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/26/ex-boyfriend-filed-restraining-order-against-kavanaugh-accuser-845348
also she used to work for the IRS and the DOJ, so literally deep state
inb4: Some retarded leftist takes this seriously.
REEEEEEEEEEEEEE he cant be let on to the surpreme court. muh fbi has to stop him.
>>175336>>175372>Look at all of these character witnesses who will never be given a voice by the (((media)))
True, and even more fucked up they focus on 1,600 men who don't know any of the women or Kavanaugh or even attended schools or lived anywhere near where Kavanaugh went to school.
>A full-page ad that ran in The New York Times on Wednesday displays the names of 1,600 male supporters of Christine Blasey Ford, harkening back to a similar ad published in 1991.>"We believe Anita Hill. We also believe Christine Blasey Ford," the ad reads, referencing two women who accused Supreme Court nominees of sexual misconduct nearly three decades apart. >A crowdfunding campaign raised more than $100,000 to fund the ad. The 1,600 names were pulled from among 4,200 people who signed an online petition, AdWeek reports.http://archive.fo/MSZAR
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>Two men say they, not Brett Kavanaugh, had alleged sexual encounter with Christine Ford
>The Senate Judiciary Committee has questioned two men who say they, not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, had the disputed encounter with Christine Blasey Ford at a 1982 house party that led to sexual assault allegations. >The revelation was included in a late-night news release by Sen. Chuck Grassley, the top Republican on the committee. The release includes a day-by-day view of the committee's investigative work over the last two weeks since allegations surfaced targeting Kavanaugh.
>The committee has interviewed two men who came forward about the disputed assault at a summer house party. Both told the committee they, not Kavanaugh, "had the encounter with Dr. Ford in 1982 that is the basis of his complaint," the release states.>The previously unknown interviews could add a new layer to the evolving saga on the eve of a possible explosive hearing between Kavanaugh and Ford, though it's unknown whether the men's claims are being taken seriously. >One of the men was interviewed twice by committee staff. He also submitted two written statements, one on Monday and a second, more in-depth statement on Wednesday. >Committee staff spoke to a second man over the phone Wednesday who also said he believed he, not Kavanaugh, had the disputed encounter with Ford. "He explained his recollection of the details of the encounter" to staff, the release states. http://archive.is/ABcW8