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Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, that he, if he doesn’t have time to accuse of the Supreme court, Brett Kavanaugh, he should find someone who does says.
Harris cited details from a recent New York Times report about allegations of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh, in particular, where Deborah Ramirez, who accused him of bringing her to a college party. Nadler said on Monday, in response to the question of whether he would accuse Kavanaugh that his Committee has his “hands full” with impeachment for President Trump.
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“I understand that the House Judiciary Committee has limited resources, and many other tasks,” Harris said in a letter to Nadler Tuesday sent. “However, in the past, congressional committees, dedicated resources, and the established structures have to track the serious cases of misconduct, including through the creation of a task force, and the retention of external consultants to help lead to impeachment inquiries.”
Harris, Kavanaugh life time of said appeal in the Supreme court “provides a similarly rigorous approach.”
Ramirez’s allegations were known, while Kavanaugh’s confirmation process, but Harris showed on information Times ” report, to claim that they were not properly investigated.
“First of all, it has been reported that two FBI agents interviewed Ms. Ramirez of the event, and found them credible, but it lacked the authorization to verify your account,” Harris said, citing the report, adding that Ramirez, the lawyers allegedly provided the FBI with a minimum of 25 names of those who might have had evidence, only the FBI interview any of them.
Now, Harris wants to look at the House Judiciary Committee, to, how, and why the FBI was limited to the scope of their investigations, all behavior has in the context of the interviews the FBI, whether or not, Kavanaugh truly was, during the confirmation process, and “[a]ny additional information that can be provided by potential witnesses, the sexual assault allegations[.]”
Harris, who is not seeking the democratic nomination for the 2020 presidential election is the only candidate calling for Kavanaugh’s indictment. Sens. Cory Booker, D-N. J.; Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.; 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 has continued to push for the indictment, despite the later Time, the piece of update with the information that the alleged victim in a separate incidents, the rejected are reported to be interviewed, and their friends said they could not remember the incident.
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Harris’ Democratic Colleague, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., against the calls for impeachment.
“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 quickly rallied to fight 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.
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Tuesday also saw the news that Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., to introduce a resolution in the house calling plans for Nadler, the Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the allegations against Kavanaugh.
President Trump, meanwhile, continued to speak, against the Time about their reporting, suggesting that Kavanaugh sue for libel and calling the newspaper a “journalistic disaster.”
Fox News, Gregg Re, Judson Berger, Chad Pergram, and Edmund DeMarche contributed to this report.