SEN. WARREN: Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Process ‘Isn’t Over Yet’

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.28.18

Sen. Elizabeth Warren weighed-in on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing Friday afternoon; saying the process “isn’t over yet” and accused the potential Supreme Court Justice of “hiding something.”

Warren released the video on social media as the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance Kavanaugh’s nomination, with Sen. Jeff Flake urging GOP leadership to delay the full vote “one week” for the FBI to investigate allegations of sexual assault.

“We believe & stand with Dr. Ford. This isn’t over yet. Senator Jeff Flake has called for a one-week delay to allow for an FBI investigation. We’ll fight tooth and nail on the Senate floor to stop Brett Kavanaugh from a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court,” posted Warren.

KAVANAUGH'S TURN: Dr. Ford Wraps Testimony, Judge Kavanaugh Set to Appear

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.27.18

Dr. Christine Ford officially ended her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday afternoon; describing in detail her allegations of sexual assault by Judge Brett Kavanaugh in the early 1980s.

Ford faced a series of questions from Republican-appointed attorney Rachel Miller about key details of the attack; including those in attendance, the location of the party, her whereabouts immediately after, and more.

“I thank you very much for your testimony. More importantly for your bravery coming out,” said Chairman Chuck Grassley.

Democrat Senators largely used their five-minute segments to submit documents of support towards Dr. Ford from friends, family, and business associates.

KAVANAUGH: ‘My Family Has Been Destroyed’ Over Assault Allegations

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.27.18

Judge Brett Kavanaugh fiercely defended himself from Dr. Christine Ford’s three-decades old sexual assault allegations Thursday afternoon; saying the national attention and “false accusations” have completely “destroyed” his family.

Kavanaugh was speaking before the Senate Judiciary Committee just minutes after Dr. Ford wrapped her Congressional testimony; warning “If the mere assertion of an allegation, a refuted allegation from 36 years ago, is enough to destroy a person’s life and career, we will have abandoned the basic principles of fairness and due process that define our legal system and our country.”

Kavanaugh went on to discuss the impact the derailed nomination process has had on his family; saying “explaining this to our daughters has been the worst experience of our lives.”

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