How can even Seasoned Democrat Voters stand with their party after the sham they pulled on Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Cavanaugh? To call this Democrat smear campaign a SHAM is putting it mildly. I believe this SCAM Gutter Politics dirty deed will backfire on Dems who hoped to destroy Brett Kavanaugh!
Professor Ford opening statement: I am here today and are terrified, buit I believe it is my civic duty to tell you what happened to me while Brett Kavanaugh and I were in high school. I have described the events publicly before. I summarized them in my letter to Ranking Member Feinstein, and again in my letter to Chairman Grassley.
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) September 28, 2018
I’m publishing this article as America awaits the Senate vote to #ConfirmKavanaugh. Will update as soon as more information becomes available.
Update 11:50 AM: At least four Democrat members of the Senate Judiciary Committee abruptly walked-out of Friday’s hearings surrounding Judge Brett Kavanaugh. This raises the likelihood of a purely partisan vote to endorse the potential Supreme Court Justice.
According to the Hill, Sens. Whitehouse, Blumenthal, Hirono, and Harris suddenly departed the room just moments after Chairman Chuck Grassley officially opened the hearing. The Committee has scheduled a 1:30pm vote on Kavanaugh.
Update 2:45 PM: The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed Judge Brett Kavanaugh in a party-line vote Friday afternoon, sending his Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate a day after an emotional hearing where a California professor leveled sexual assault allegations that he adamantly denied.
The committee voted 11-10 to recommend Kavanaugh, with previously undecided GOP Sen. Jeff Flake, of Arizona, supporting him. However, that support came with a last-minute caveat that holds major implications for a final vote.
After meeting with Democrats behind closed doors, Flake, who earlier in the day announced he would endorse the nominee, emerged to call for a delay in a full floor vote to allow for an FBI investigation “limited in time and scope.” While backing Kavanaugh at the committee level, Flake said he’d only be “comfortable” moving on the floor if the FBI investigates further. He said the pause should last for no more than one week.
Fox News Video: Senate Judiciary Committee holds vote on Kavanaugh