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It Doesn’t Add Up

Here’s the news you need to know on this Monday, September 17, 2018.

Judge Kavanaugh is admired in his church, in his community, and in his profession.

Throughout his distinguished career in public service, he has undergone half a dozen FBI background checks, and never a whisper of misconduct.  

Sixty-five women who were his contemporaries during high school have all come out saying that Brett Kavanaugh was and is a man of character and integrity.

Countless women who have known Brett Kavanaugh personally and professionally, spanning three decades, have all testified to his respect for women, his character, and his integrity.

Furthermore, Senator Feinstein apparently did not believe the allegations were serious, credible, or relevant enough to share with the FBI or any other member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, even in the confidential background portion of the committee process.

It doesn’t add up. But what does add up is that Democrats are doubling down on a strategy of character assassination, seeking to destroy the life of a distinguished public servant for the sake of appeasing their far left wing base.

If these allegations were enough to delay a vote, then Senator Feinstein surely would have shared them soon after she received them in late July – she didn’t.  She would have raised them in her private meeting with Judge Kavanaugh — she didn’t. She would have raised these issues on the two background calls before the hearing – she didn’t.  She would have shared them with her Senate colleagues or brought them up during the three days and 32 hours of testimony – she didn’t. She would have showed up for the FBI background briefing with Senate Judiciary Committee members – she didn’t.  She would have raised it in one of the nearly 1,300 written questions submitted after the hearing – she didn’t.

Senator Feinstein apparently did not believe the allegations were serious, credible, or relevant enough to share, proving that there is no credible reason to delay the Judiciary Committee vote.

 Statement from Carrie Severino, Chief Counsel and Policy Director, Judicial Crisis Network
“Judge Kavanaugh is admired in his church, in his community, and in his profession.  Throughout his distinguished career in public service, he has undergone half a dozen FBI background checks, and never a whisper of misconduct.  Until the eve of his confirmation. Sixty-five women who were his contemporaries during high school have all come out saying that Brett Kavanaugh was and is a man of character and integrity.  Countless women who have known Brett Kavanaugh personally and professionally spanning three decades have all testified to his respect for women, his character, and his integrity. Furthermore, Senator Feinstein apparently did not believe the allegations were serious, credible, or relevant enough to share with the FBI or any other member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, even in the confidential background portion of the committee process.  It doesn’t add up. But what does add up is that Democrats are doubling down on a strategy of character assassination, seeking to destroy the life of a distinguished public servant for the sake of appeasing their base.”

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