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Report: Cops questioned Kavanaugh after 1985 Bar Brawl
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Report: Cops questioned Kavanaugh after 1985 Bar Brawl

Another day, uh, another bizarre twist in the many differentiating stories told by Brett Kavanaugh.  Following this photograph being unearthed (see here), it, has now emerged that Kavanaugh was involved in a drunken bar brawl in 1985.  That bar brawl, perhaps,  may have been what began what some now see as problematic drinking for the Supreme Court nominee. Police reports obtained by media outlets across the world, indeed, paint a pretty grim picture for Kavanaugh. One report revealed that  at a bar called Demerys', Kavanaugh,  was involved in the fight in which resulted in a 21-year-old male being injured.   Although injured, it, looks unclear as to whether or not someone may have been charged. Meanwhile, Rod Ludington, maintains that Kavanaugh  by all means just can't hold his alco...
Trump orders fresh new FBI probe into  Brett Kavanaugh: Reports
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Trump orders fresh new FBI probe into Brett Kavanaugh: Reports

After knowingly admitting that Brett Kavanaugh's hearing didn't quite go so well, Trump, has reportedly announced and confirmed that  Kavanaugh will now face a fresh FBI investigation into  Dr. Ford 's allegations.  Trump took to Twitter after the heated-hearing declaring  Dr. Ford was both "compelling and credible". Meanwhile,  Dr. Ford,  has seen a reported Crowdfunding campaign spike in donations.  The Daily News confirmed that  the fundme campaign (see here) has raised more than half-a-million dollars.  Interestingly,  Kavanaugh's "high school calendars" were also seen  for the first time -- sparking more questions than answers into Kavanaugh 's alleged party boy alcoholic past. The calendar reportedly shows a 1 July date in 1982 in which  it explicitly mentions the very same two...
All you need to know about the #KavanaughHearings
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All you need to know about the #KavanaughHearings

The Kavanaugh Hearings have arrived, and, they're already pretty juicy.  It's officially Thursday, which means,  Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh are set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ford, alleges that in 1982 at a Maryland house party -- Kavanaugh not only sexually assaulted her but also attempted to muffle her screams. The stakes ultimately couldn't be any greater for Kavanaugh, who, hopes that Senate officials will advance him to the Supreme Court -- the nation's top and most influential court in the land.   Meanwhile,   two more accusations of sexual assault hit Kavanaugh last night,  two of which are awfully hard to swallow to begin with. Interestingly, Senate Republicans have apparently come out with a bunch-of-new-hog-wash at the last minute. ...
Mass protests erupt across America against Brett Kavanaugh
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Mass protests erupt across America against Brett Kavanaugh

For Brett Kavanaugh, ehum, his hopes of becoming a Supreme Court Judge are looking thinner and thinner by the day.   On Monday,  protests across America took place in response to his nomination, and, those of yet more sexual assault allegations when he was in college.    According to reports, Yale students (among others) staged mass sit-ins and protests refusing to go to class, and instead, focusing their day on Kavanaugh and spreading their message of #StopKavanaugh. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal was also present at the reported Yale protest, where, he reiterated that America cannot  allow the nomination of Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court without a formal and proper hearing.  Kavanuagh, meanwhile, took to the airwaves on Fox News in an interview denying the new claims. De...
Report: At least 600 fellow Yale students stand with new Kavanaugh accuser
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Report: At least 600 fellow Yale students stand with new Kavanaugh accuser

Troubling developments in the case for Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. In an open letter posted to Medium.com,  some 600 former Yale students (dating from the 80's until 2018)  publicly backed his latest accuser Deborah Ramirez.  While the letter doesn't quite go into  all of the nitty details, it does, go into depth about how the environment at Yale over the years has been "toxifying". “We are coming forward as women of Yale because we have a shared experience of the environment that shaped not only Judge Kavanaugh’s life and career, but our own,” the open letter states. “We ask that she be afforded respect and security to protect her privacy, quality of life, and emotional stability,” the letter says. It has now emerged that it was not actually Ramirez who first came...
Here’s everything we know so far about Deborah Ramirez
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Here’s everything we know so far about Deborah Ramirez

With news that there appears to be (and allegedly, we must report)  multiple women that Brett Kavanaugh ("sexually assaulted") … several new names have come forth in the last few hours. First and foremost, as we reported earlier,    Ronan Farrow from the New Yorker broke the news of a 2nd woman believed to have been sexually assaulted by the would-be Supreme Court Nominee. The accusation is now circulating among pundits; newspapers, and circuit heads far-and-wide. The woman at the center of the allegation, in fact, has been publicly identified as Deborah Ramirez. Ramirez, in her interview with The New Yorker, openly admitted that although she recalled the story for the magazine -- there were significant gaps in her recollection of events. This alleged event from 35 years ago did not ha...
Report:   2nd woman comes forward with  assault allegations against Kavanaugh
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Report: 2nd woman comes forward with assault allegations against Kavanaugh

It is worth noting that this story is still developing, and,  the details are still fairly murky. On Sunday, the New Yorker (Ronan Farrow, and, Jane Meyer) reported that Brett Kavanaugh has yet another accuser. That woman has now been identified as 53-year-old Deborah Ramirez. Initially,   word of the accusation and the story from the magazine circulated among journalism circles (including our own).     Sunday afternoon was met with several reports of an alleged 2nd accuser, where,  it had been claimed that Kavanaugh had assaulted her in almost similar fashion to Dr. Ford. The story is now published inside the New Yorker.   The New Yorker opens its damning new report by confirming that the Senate is indeed investigating the claim, some of which, has the alarming potentially to likely c...
Dr. Ford accepts Senate ‘s request to interview this week:  Top Story
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Dr. Ford accepts Senate ‘s request to interview this week: Top Story

Dr. Ford, the woman at the center of sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, will now reportedly testify this week before the Senate. According to reports,  Dr. Christine Ford accepted the Senates' request that such be done on Thursday (which was initially made by her, and then, counter negotiations were granted by Senator Grassley). Ford, had previously rejected at least two requests to testify, citing,  concerns over the safety  of herself and her family.  Ford still hasn't publicly released any singular form of evidence to back up her extraordinary claims.
Senate grants extension to Kavanaugh ‘s accuser: Hot Today
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Senate grants extension to Kavanaugh ‘s accuser: Hot Today

WASHINGTON -- The Senate Judiciary Committee has done a full 360, per, the Senate themselves. According to chairman Grassley,  the U.S Senate has granted an extension to Dr. Ford to speak about her accusations against Kavanaugh on Capitol Hill. Grassley took to Twitter to make the announcement, ultimately, declaring that the Senate would go to the lengths to hear her before they make an ultimate decision. Earlier this  week, Grassley, rejected  requests from  Ford's attorney that she only appear after Kavanaugh does -- and that only Senators would be allowed to interrogate her. "She shld decide so we can move on I want to hear her. I hope u understand," he wrote just before midnight in comments to Kavanaugh. "Come to us or we to u," he tweeted to Ford.
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