Saturday, September 22, 2018

Supreme Court Nominee Update

Kavanaugh Denies Allegations of Sexual Assault

Kavanaugh to Testify Against Sexual Assault Allegation

Kavanaugh ‘Anxious’ to Testify, Trump Says

Susan Collins: Kavanaugh and his accuser 'should both testify'

Senate judiciary chair says he's working to get to bottom of Kavanaugh allegations

Grassley announces Monday hearing to air Kavanaugh accusation

Collins urges Senate Judiciary Committee to allow counsel for Kavanaugh, Ford to ask questions

Senators decline to identify how an innocent person could clear his name

Kavanaugh ready to testify Monday: 'I will be there'

Kavanaugh Accuser Wants to Testify Next Week, Her Lawyers Say, "provided that we can agree on terms that are fair and which ensure her safety."

Accuser has not yet agreed to appear at a public hearing set for next Monday

Brett Kavanaugh's friend Mark Judge declines to testify about alleged sexual assault

Kavanaugh accuser's legal team floats possible Thursday hearing with Senate Judiciary Committee: Reports
Ford “does not want Kavanaugh in the room when she appears before the panel and she would prefer for the federal appeals court judge to testify first, according to reports.”

In other words, deny the man the right to face his accuser, nor to answer her allegations.

“To them I answered, ‘It is not the custom of the Romans to deliver any man to destruction before the accused meets the accusers face to face, and has opportunity to answer for himself concerning the charge against him’” (Acts 25:16)

Senator Gives Kavanaugh Accuser Until 2:30 PM Saturday to Decide About Testimony 

How the Democrats Could Have Handled the Allegations Against Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh Is Already Reshaping the Supreme Court

Senate rarely overrules judiciary panel on Supreme Court nominees

Senate Majority Leader Vows Kavanaugh Will be Confirmed Soon

Democrats will likely investigate Brett Kavanaugh if they win the Senate, Sheldon Whitehouse says

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