Kavanaugh Accuser Refuses To Talk To Congress: Read The New Yorker

So if she’s not going to tell her story under oath, then what is its worth? Congress might as well read a comic book or the National Enquirer as to read the New Yorker. Not actually testifying under oath is the same unsubstantiated denial of due process and guilty until proven innocent difference.

It’s fitting that her note was taped to a garbage can. Because garbage is all her accusation ever was. She doesn’t want to tell her story under oath and open herself up to perjury charges.

Have people forgotten that Brett Kavanaugh has been vetted by the FBI had background checks and believe me if there was something to find out about his past they would have already found it?

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A Yale University classmate of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is refusing to talk to the Senate Judiciary Committee about her charges of sexual misconduct against him, a panel member said Tuesday.

Sen. John Kennedy, Louisiana Republican and a panel member, told a gaggle of reporters that a lawyer for Deborah Ramirez told him that she already has told her story to the press.

“Our counsel repeatedly tried to reach him,” Mr. Kennedy said. “They finally did reach him, and he said we are not issuing a statement. He said if you want our statement, read the New Yorker.” More

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