Who Else Says Kavanaugh Shouldn’t Be on the Supreme Court
We are looking at three firsts when it comes to Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee.
- As a nominee, Kavanaugh did an interview with Fox News declaring his innocence in reference to sexual assault allegations by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
- His op-ed with the New York Times professing his impartiality and stating that “might have been too emotional at times.”
- And now, a retired Supreme Court Justice speaks out against Kavanaugh.
Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said yesterday that Kavanaugh isn’t fit to be on the bench because of “potential bias,” referring to Kavanaugh’s rant on the Clintons seeking revenge on him for the Starr Report and Democrats in collusion as well due to “pent up anger” with President Trump for losing the 2016 Presidential elections.
Justice Stevens admits that he considered Judge Kavanaugh qualified initially, “but his performance during the hearings caused me to change my mind.”
Stevens also cited Harvard University law professor Laurence Tribe questioning Kavanaugh’s impartiality. Besides Professor Tribe, 2,400 law school professors are also sending a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee opposing Kavanaugh’s appointment.
Stevens while a lifelong Republican and was appointed by President Gerald Ford, was a liberal voice on the bench.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
The Republicans and the GOP are covering up in multiple ways possible Brett Kavanaugh’s actions.
The FBI has already contacted Deborah Ramirez, the second accuser of Judge Kavanaugh. Julie Swetnick, who is represented by Michael Avenatti has not been contacted.
The FBI investigation is just step one. Step two: impeachment.
Kavanaugh may have cost himself a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court with his partisan rant that led to President Trump’s order to have the FBI investigate the sexual assault allegations.
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