Sunday, September 30, 2018

White House Directs FBI to Interview First Two Kavanaugh Accusers, But Not the Third (Swetnick)

Photo: Andrew Harnik/Associated Press
Don't tell me we'll never learn from this credible witness if Kavanaugh ran a gang-rape/drug operation while a 17 year-old high-school student?
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been instructed by the White House to interview two of the women who have alleged sexual misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh, according to people familiar with the matter.
The parameters of the FBI probe don’t include interviewing Julie Swetnick, who said this week the Supreme Court nominee attended a party decades ago where she was gang-raped, according to one of the people.
The focus on the first two accusations suggests that the White House doesn’t consider Ms. Swetnick’s accusations credible, people familiar with the instructions said, a possibility that drew criticism from Ms. Swetnick’s attorney, Michael Avenatti.
The Wall Street Journal has attempted to corroborate Ms. Swetnick’s account, contacting dozens of former classmates and colleagues, but couldn't reach anyone with knowledge of her allegations. No friends have come forward to publicly support her claims.
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Anonymous said...

What they need to investigate is the lies Kavanaugh told during the hearing. Kavanaugh disqualified himself on thurs with all the lies he told. Blatant lies. Why is everyone ignoring these.

It's not only the lies that make him unfit for the court, but the meltdown. The accusations. The tone. The demeanor.

There's still time to avoid disaster. The man just isn't up to it.


Anonymous said...

Martha (the former conservative) NEEDS TO SEEK HELP! You've turned into a mental case.