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Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., one of the four freshman women in the Congress were known together as the “squad” is involved in planning Tuesday a resolution seeking an impeachment investigation of Supreme court, Brett Kavanaugh, in spite of the reluctance of top to follow the Democrats and the concern for the basis of the latest allegations.

The resolution follows a New York Times report that a new allegation of sexual misconduct, when Kavanaugh was in college-although an editor’s note later that the alleged victim could not remember it happening. In a statement, Pressley only focuses on the women who came forward, during Kavanaugh’s confirmation process.


“I think that Christine Blasey Ford. I think Deborah Ramirez,” Pressley said in a statement that together retweeted by reporter Nik DeCosta-Klipa, the Pressley from their official Twitter account. “It is our responsibility to affirm together that human dignity and the humanity of the survivors.”

To contain Pressley with your personal Twitter account to retweet a post pictures of what seems to be the text of the resolution. He calls “Asking whether the house of representatives should Board Michael Kavanaugh, associate judge for the Supreme court of the United States of America charges”, and for the House Judiciary Committee to carry out deposits and taking statements, serving subpoenas, if necessary.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, head of the House Judiciary Committee, has not Kavanaugh necessarily against impeachment. But he made it clear, it was the highest priority in his Committee.


“We have our hands full with the impeachment of the President now,” Nadler said on a radio show on Monday.

Top-ranking sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., outright rejected the calls.


“We have on these” impeachment is the answer to every problem,” Durbin said, according to Politico. “It is not realistic. If that is how we are recognized in Congress, as the charge of Congress, we run the risk that people feel we are ignoring the problems means a lot for you as a family.”


GOP lawmakers, meanwhile, rallied quickly to fight to Kavanaugh Monday and vowed, any prosecution effort.

South Carolina Republican sen. Lindsey Graham, the current Chairman of the legal Committee, assembled one of the most passionate defence of Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing, calling the attacks “beyond the pale.”

“My heart goes out to justice, the family, Kavanaugh forced to endure this ridiculous therapy,” he tweeted.

The original Times piece, adapted claims from a soon to be released book, that Kavanaugh’s classmates from the Clinton-connected non-profit CEO, Max Stier, “saw Mr. Kavanaugh with his pants down to another drunken dorm party, where friends, pushed his penis in the hand of a student.”

Late Sunday, the had revised his story to include the fact that several friends of the alleged victim said she told them they could not take up the reported sexual assaults remind of the question

Several democratic presidential candidate, said, however, that Kavanaugh, accused and should not back down in the editors ‘ note and revision of history. Sens., Kamala Harris, D-Calif.; Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.; Cory Booker, D-N. J.; South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg; former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas, and former housing and urban development Secretary Julian Castro all called for a charge after the first Time reports.

Harris sat down for an investigation on Monday, a prosecution petition circulating on her Twitter account.

Fox News, Gregg Re, Judson Berger, Chad Pergram, and Edmund DeMarche contributed to this report.

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