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FOX Business’ Kennedy describes how the Senate hearing, the allegations of sexual misconduct against judge Brett Kavanaugh.
To derail a exceptional series of unsubstantiated, lurid last-minute allegations his confirmation threatens to the Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Ford, accused of California professor, to have him of sexually assaulting her more than three decades, are to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday morning.
The procedures were upended by the latest developments: on Wednesday afternoon, Judiciary Committee Republicans revealed that on Monday, she led her “first interview with a man who thinks he won’t Judge Kavanaugh, had the meeting with Dr. Ford in 1982, the basis of his complaint.” They had a further conversation the next day.
On Wednesday, the Republican said, she received a “detailed written explanation of the man interviewed twice previously, he believes, do not Judge Kavanuagh, had the meeting in question with Dr. Ford.” GOP investigators, who also spoke on the phone with another man, of a similar statement.
Ford has previously said that there is “no chance” it would have Kavanaugh confused for someone else.
Key swing-vote senators have said that at the Thursday hearing, which will begin at 10:00 a.m. ET, a crucial opportunity to assess Ford’s credibility, and determine whether pre-Kavanaugh to the nation’s highest court.
It is also a chance for the public to see, Ford, person, explain in detail what they claimed happened at the Maryland house party in the year 1982, where Kavanaugh is a plan jumped, allegedly, on you and tried to muffle her cries — and why anyone about the episode until 2012.
The procedure begins with opening statements from Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking member of the Committee, sen Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. After taking the oath, Ford the prepared remarks supply has already publicly, according to a schedule for the Committee. Each senator on the Committee will be granted one five-minute round of questions, with the opportunity to ask questions alternately between the Democrats and Republicans.
The Republicans have kept: Rachel Mitchell, an experienced sex-crimes Prosecutor, to treat some of your question, but Democrats have indicated that they intend to ask their own questions. After Ford’s testimony is completed, and the process is repeated for Kavanaugh.
In your prepared remarks, Ford’s lawyer published in the advance on Wednesday, Ford will say, senators, that you “thought that Board [Kavanaugh] had a chance to kill me”, and “I thought he wanted to rape me.”
“It’s bad-it does damage to the Supreme court.”
– Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
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She will explain that she remembers, “four boys” in the party, including one whose name I don’t remember.” The people you have comrades have refused to name — Kavanaugh and his class, Mark Richter, and P. J. Smyth — to know, under the penalty of crime, something about the alleged episode.
Ford also describes a girl, “my friend Leland Ingham,” as well as the visit. Ingham, in a previously released statement, has also refused to Kavanaugh or the information about the alleged attack.
Ford s letter to Feinstein in July, but Ford is a different recording gave, in writing, that the Assembly “included me and 4 others.”
In addition, in a hand-written Declaration that you are at the disposal of the former FBI agent, manages your polygraph examination in August , Ford wrote: “there are 4 boys and a few girls were” on the party-again seemingly incompatible your letter to Feinstein.
The Republicans, which is to be expected by means of Mitchell, question Ford on the obvious discrepancies.
In addition, questions are raised about the credibility of some of Kavanaugh’s other accusers, who will be present Thursday.
None of the sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh has first-hand report. In New York on Sunday, the former Kavanaugh classmate Deborah Ramirez claimed that Kavanaugh had exposed his penis to her at a party a few decades ago, even as they denied close college friend always hearing about the episode and said, you make the claim for political reasons.
“It is bad-it is to the detriment of the Supreme court,” Kavanaugh congressional investigators said this week. “It is to the detriment of the country. It is to the detriment of this process. It’s feeding frenzy, a total of, you know? Everyone-just amazing.”
Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.