On July 9th, 2018 President Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court:
— ABC News (@ABC) July 10, 2018
“I’m going to fight this nomination with everything I’ve got,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said, flanked by 10 Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Schumer made it clear that his party will do everything to keep Kavanaugh from taking the high court seat of retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. The dems did just that beginning with a coordinated effort to interrupt Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing in September 2018.
Three doctors said they personally witnessed protesters being paid off before the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearing, which was disrupted by unruly demonstrators. A total of 70 people were arrested during the hearing after many of them began screeching incoherently in an effort to derail the event. Activist Adam Schindler interviewed three doctors from Texas who suggested that the entire protest was far from organic. “One thing was there were people who had come along… who had a bag of money, and people would hand them a piece of paper, and then they would give them money. So we know money was exchanged for some of the people to be here, just to protest,” said Dr. Tom Schlueter.
“The most telling thing was listening to them giving names and addresses, so when they were arrested, they were keeping a record and celebrating who got arrested, without any regard for any open discussion or even the possibility of being convinced of anything, it was just for the purpose of disruption and to have some kind of disruption of the process,” said Dr. Morton Purvis.
Laying out how Democrats coordinated an outrage campaign over the committee withholding “hundreds of thousands” of documents related to Kavanaugh as “committee confidential,” Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) defended the outbursts and described them as “the noise of democracy.”
The democrats desperate attempt to keep Kavanaugh off of the US Supreme Court, an appointment that would give conservatives the deciding majority, led many to believe that the desperate attempts were to keep Roe v. Wade alive.
Four witnesses came out of the woodworks to accuse the nominee of rape, none of which were credible.
1. Christine Blasey-Ford
Judge Brett Kavanaugh first accuser Christine Blasey Ford is an anti-Trump leftist who participated in the Women’s March and donated to the DNC, was an executive for the company behind the RU486 abortion pill, is the daughter and grandaughter of a CIA Operative and VP of Security, and is involved in a mind control operation that implants false memories and removes memories. One of her research articles in 2008 included a study in which participants were TAUGHT SELF-HYPNOSIS & noted hypnosis is used to retrieve important memories “AND CREATE ARTIFICIAL SITUATIONS.”
Diane Feinstein, the committee’s ranking Democrat, was made aware of Ford’s accusations in July, weeks before the Senate Judiciary Committee convened for Kavanaugh’s hearing. She notably withheld information from her Senate colleagues until before the committee was scheduled to vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. After releasing the information on Sept. 14th 2018, Feinstein also called for a delay in the proceedings and a full FBI investigation. Feinstein advised Blasey-Ford on who she should hire as a lawyer. (DC) During the weeks leading up to Blasey-Ford’s testimony, all photos except one of Blasey-Ford were scrubbed from the internet, her Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts deleted, and and her promiscuous high school yearbook details also scrubbed from history… almost!
Researchers did find some of these details and Alex Jones breaks down some of the findings in the video below:
As reported by Red State, Ford was less than forthcoming with anything that approached a verifiable detail of her experience. She didn’t know what year it happened. She didn’t know what month it happened. She didn’t know where the house was or whose parents it belonged to. She didn’t know how she got home. Those are huge, gaping holes in any account of anything and yet, Ford’s supporters shamelessly contend that this is a natural reaction to this simulacrum of a trauma. One bit of information she did provide, oddly enough, were the names of the other three teens in the house at the time.
Two of them were male. Mark Judge and Patrick Smyth both provided letters, via their attorneys, to the Senate Judiciary Committee denying any knowledge of any party such as the one Ford describes. There was a third witness, the young woman that Ford alleges accompanied her to the alleged party and who the young Christine Blasey abandoned in a house filled with drunk males who, according to Ford, had rape on their minds. The woman, Leland Ingham Keyser, still a friend of Blasey-Ford and former spouse of liberal Bob Beckel, provided a statement by way of her attorney:
CNN has learned that the committee has reached out to a longtime friend of Ford named Leland Ingham Keyser.
On Saturday night, her lawyer, Howard Walsh, released a statement to CNN and the Senate Judiciary Committee..
“Simply put,” Walsh said, “Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford.”
The lawyer acknowledged to CNN that Keyser is a lifelong friend of Ford’s.
Keyser is the latest person alleged to be at the party to say she has no recollection of it.
“I understand that you have been identified as an individual who was in attendance at a party that occurred circa 1982 described in a recent Washington Post article,” a committee staffer wrote Keyser earlier this week.
As later highlighted by The Daily Wire, Leland Ingham Keyser not only denied being at such a gathering described by the accuser — she also did not believe Blasey Ford was the victim, according to reporting from The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway. Moreover, according to Alex Beckel, the son of Mrs. Keyser and her ex-husband, former Fox News personality and ardent Democrat Bob Beckel, Keyser was pressured by Blasey Ford allies to lie during the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings about the incident… and threatened when she would not lie!
Testifying under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Christine Blasey Ford identified herself as a ‘psychologist,’ but records indict this is a false statement under California law. Someone at Stanford University also appears to have caught the blunder and edited Ford’s faculty page. This was the first of many lies presented to Congress in her academy-award worthy testimony. Body language experts and experienced lawyers went on record to point out that she was lying
During her congressional testimony, she told outside counsel Rachel Mitchell that she “never” gave “tips or advice to somebody looking to take a polygraph test,” however in a sworn statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee dated Tuesday, the California man claims to have met the then-Christine Blasey “in 1989 or 1990,” then had been romantically involved with her for about six years from 1992 to 1998. In that time, he claims to have witnessed Ford, then studying psychology, coach a close friend as she prepared for government administered polygraph exams. Fox News’s Shannon Bream posted a redacted version of the letter on Twitter:
BREAKING: Fox’s @johnrobertsFox obtains letter from Ford ex-boyfriend alleging: dated for 6 yrs, never told of sex assault, Ford coached friend on taking polygraph, flew frequently w/o expressing any fear of flying/tight spaces/limited exits. Doesn’t want to b/c “involved”. pic.twitter.com/jVeW0qaJD0
— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) October 3, 2018
The alleged ex-boyfriend also claims that Ford frequently flew, including in small propeller aircraft, without complaint over the course of their relationship and had no fear of small spaces or rooms with only one exit. Ford’s claims that phobias of these things have plagued her since the early 1980s as a result of a 17-year-old Kavanaugh attacking her have been central elements of her story.
Further, the man claims Ford never mentioned being a victim of sexual assault in the eight years they knew each other and never once mentioned Kavanaugh’s name. Finally, he claims their relationship ended amid infidelity and credit card fraud on her part. He does, however, claim that he “finds Ford believable” and did not “want to become involved” with the investigatory process.
The bullying continued as a democratic intern, Jackson Cosko, was arrested for allegedly posting private and identifying information (doxing) on Wikipedia about Republican senators shortly after Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Federalist gives 21 Reasons NOT to Believe Ford HERE
2. Deborah Ramirez
(Breitbart) The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow and his co-author Jane Mayer came under fire for publishing a second allegation of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. When you look at how thin the story is, that criticism might be valid. But Farrow and Mayer deserve credit for writing the full story — a story that not only appears to debunk Deborah Ramirez’s allegation but exposes how the institutional left is aggressively working behind the scenes to destroy Kavanaugh with spurious accusations. After 35 years of not being sure it was him, Ramirez alleged that during a drunken dorm party during her and Kavanaugh’s freshman year at Yale in 1983, he exposed himself to her in such an aggressive way she ended up accidentally touching his genitals.
Like Ford, neither of Ramirez’s witnesses recall the party or the alleged incident, nor does her best friend. More than one says they do not believe Brett Kavanaugh would have ever done such a thing. What’s more, until Ramirez spent six days with her Democrat lawyer, she was unable to identify Kavanaugh as the man who exposed himself. Because of Ramirez’s memory problems (she was also quite drunk at the alleged party) and her supposed witnesses stating none of this ever happened, some argue the New Yorker was irresponsible to publish. In fact, the New York Times found the story so lacking in credibility, the paper chose not to publish.
Ramirez, whom the New Yorker describes as an activist Democrat, admits she has “significant gaps in her memories of the evening,” and that at the party she “became inebriated” and “was on the floor, foggy and slurring her words.” Although Farrow’s reporting completely debunked her allegation, both pieces (he wrote another 10 days after the first) were written with the obvious goal of burying those inconvenient facts and derailing Kavanaugh’s confirmation; especially this latest piece, which is a plea for further delays through the expansion of an FBI investigation.
3. Julie Swetnick
Julie Swetnick, the accuser represented by Michael Avenatti, the attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels made famous by far-left CNN. In a sworn statement dramatically released by her attorney, Swetnick made allegations against Kavanaugh that went above and beyond anything we had so far heard. According to Swetnick, Kavanaugh was part of an organized group of gang rapists who spiked punch bowls at high school parties before running sex trains on unsuspecting, incapacitated women.
What’s more, Swetnick alleges she herself was gang raped at one of these parties and that Kavanaugh was present when it happened. On top of this statement, Swetnick also sat down for an interview with the far-left NBC News. Even though NBC could not corroborate even one part of her story, this unethical news organization (with its own cancerous environment towards women), still ran with it.
Maybe that was a good thing, because this interview only served to destroy whatever credibility Swetnick might have had left. And as a result, even those most desperate to destroy Kavanaugh stopped talking about Swetnick — and for good reason: she stood as toxic proof that a partisan campaign was indeed afoot to smear an innocent man, a wrongfully accused man. John Nolte gives 28 reasons why her allegations were false in THIS Breitbart article.
Judy Munro-Leighton contacted the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding a letter presented by Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) from “Jane Doe” of Oceanside, California, who claimed that Kavanaugh had raped her “several times.” As Breitbart News reported:
According to committee transcripts released Sunday, the accuser, who signed the mysterious letter as “Jane Doe,” alleges Kavanaugh and a friend raped her “several times” after giving her a lift home from a party — making no attempt to claim a time or place for the lurid story.
The accuser claims Kavanaugh groped her, slapped her, and force her to perform sexual acts. “They forced me to go into the backseat and took 2 turns raping me several times each. They dropped me off 3 two blocks from my home,” the accuser wrote, claiming the pair told her, “No one will believe if you tell. Be a good girl.”
The letter, marked with the word “urgent,” did not include a return address, nor did it offer clues regarding the accuser’s background. “A group of white men, powerful senators who won’t believe me, will come after me” if I reveal the incident, the accuser wrote, prompting observers to speculate the sender could be a minority.
Munro-Leighton contacted the committee via e-mail, claiming that she was “Jane Doe” and that Kavanaugh had raped her. However, she later admitted that she was not “Jane Doe” and had never met Kavanaugh.
Conservative groups hailed Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court on October 6th 2018 as a “victory” for American liberty and called it a “major step” in restoring constitutional rights in the U.S. Conservative think tanks, advocacy groups, and legal organizations dedicated to defending religious liberty weighed in on Kavanaugh’s confirmation, which was one of the “defining” issues for many voters in the 2016 election.
“This nomination and today’s confirmation were about the Constitution and the foundational freedoms it was designed to protect. Today was a major step in the journey to restore the Constitution to its rightful and intended role in our Republic,” Family Research Council President Tony Perkins announced.
“Today is a victory for liberty in America. I am overjoyed that the Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh, a good man and good jurist. Justice Kavanaugh will serve with distinction as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States for years to come,” Heritage Foundation President Kay Cole James said in a Saturday statement.
Kelly Shackelford, President, CEO, and General Counsel for First Liberty Institute, highlighted Kavanaugh’s commitment to religious liberty, the First Amendment, and his “respect” for the court as why he was the right choice for the Supreme Court:
As a law firm dedicated to defending religious freedoms, we are thrilled that Judge Kavanaugh has finally been confirmed to the Supreme Court. Judge Kavanaugh has a solid history and commitment to protecting the religious freedoms and First Amendment rights of our citizens and has demonstrated in his many years on the bench a deep respect for the proper role of the judiciary.
But many conservatives acknowledged the path to nomination was not easy, given that Kavanaugh had to overcome many obstacles from leftists and Senate Democrats looking to sink his nomination.
“History was made today as Brett Kavanaugh overcame an unimaginable smear campaign to be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court,” said Perkins. “For the first time in decades, this nomination—his nomination—brought with it the reality of returning to a truly constitutionalist court. Many on the Left couldn’t stand such a thought. And for that, he and his family have paid a tremendous price.”
“This is an outstanding achievement for President Donald J. Trump, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, who overcame the Democrats’ obstruction and delay strategies and confirmed Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court,” Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairwoman Jenny Beth Martin said, thanking all the senators who voted to confirm Kavanaugh to the nation’s highest court.
Some groups decided to investigate the Senate Democrats who tried to bring down Kavanaugh’s nomination.
Tom Fitton, president of the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, vowed to investigate anti-Kavanaugh senators for violating Senate rules throughout Kavanaugh’s confirmation process:
We are grateful that a majority of the Senate rejected the leftist smears, abuse of process, and rejection of constitutional norms. Now there must be accountability for this lawless assault on our constitutional republic. Judicial Watch has launched an investigation into the Senate ethics and legal abuses by anti-Kavanaugh Senators. And we will continue to pursue our Senate ethics complaint against Sen. Booker for his admitted violation of Senate rules, the violation of which requires expulsion from the Senate.
The Senate confirmed Kavanaugh to serve on the Supreme Court in a 50-48 vote on Saturday afternoon, giving conservatives the upper hand as the shift in the balance of power on the court could potentially make this the most conservative Supreme Court since 1937.