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The Kavanaugh hearing: Separating the facts from the emotions
Brett Kavanaugh, and his Prosecutor, Dr. Christine Ford delivered a dramatic and emotional testimony on Capitol Hill; reaction and analysis on ” The Ingraham angle.’
The American Bar Association late Thursday, the Senate judiciary urged not to delay the Committee, to confirm the vote of Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh to a full FBI investigation, according to multiple reports.
In a letter to the Senate judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley and ranking Dianne Feinstein, the organization Democrat, the Committee requested the vote, to the allegations of Dr. Christine Blasey, Ford, and others, which can be fully tested by the FBI.
“We make this demand, because of the ABA’s respect for the rule of law and due process under the law,” the letter. “The basic principles that underscore the Senate’s constitutional duty of advice and consent on Federal judicial nominees require nothing less than a thorough investigation of the allegations and the facts by the FBI.”
Ford, California professor, accused the Federal judge of sexually assaulting her more than three decades.
The organization said the decision behind the appointment to the Supreme court is “just too important to rush to a vote”, while they continue, without further investigation, would not call the effects of the Senate, but “to have a negative impact on the trust that is necessary for the American people, in the Supreme court.”
“It must continue to be an institution, adhere reliably to the law and not the policy,” the letter said.
The Huffington Post published a copy of the letter on Twitter. Fox News by E-Mail and called the ABA and did not immediately receive comment.
In August, the Association Kavanaugh rated as a well-qualified candidate for the nation’s highest court — its highest rating. He gave the recommendation that the allegations were made public.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., cited the Association’s comments during an intense moment during Thursday’s hearing showed, the testimony of both Kavanaugh and Ford to the allegations.
“Here, my understanding is, if you lived a good life, people would recognize it, as the American Bar Association has said the gold standard, Graham. “His integrity is absolutely unquestionable. He is very careful in his personal conduct. Ports without bias or prejudice. He is totally ethical. Is a really decent person. He is warm, friendly, modest – he is the nicest guy.”
Both Kavanaugh and Ford testified before the Committee on Thursday in what was an emotional day of testimony for both sides.
The dramatically conflicting statements are delivered, the call of the Senate judiciary Committee in dramatic testimony, carried echoes of 1991, Anita Hill hearings, the left-senators, a judgment on the story.
It remains unclear whether the negotiation sway enough senators for confirmation.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.