Kavanaugh wants a lifetime position as a Supreme Court Justice and he thinks calendars are substantial enough evidence to prove his innocence. That alone should prove why he isn’t fit for the seat.
We’ll get into the testimony and the Republicans ridiculous defense of Kavanaugh with Seth Blair.
And Brian Forster will fill us in, and Trump’s officially the laughing stock of the world, his hilarious UN speech went over well.
Now, a little preview from today’s show…
November 6th is becoming a referendum on whether or not we want accused sexual predators to run the country. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and the GOP hired female lawyer Rachel Mitchell to ask questions to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford during her hearing so ensure they were asked in a respectful and professional way. They aren’t capable of doing it themselves. The reason he gave is the problem.
We want this hearing to be handled very professionally.. not a political sideshow… which is how they’ve handled the entire situation. They don’t want to get to the truth. Otherwise Mark Judge would be testifying. They want to confirm a slime ball even though the majority of Americans don’t want him on the Supreme Court.
Imagine if you applied for a job and said you can’t see my past records.. you would never get hired. And this is more than a job interview, it’s our country’s future, the very moral fibers of what our children will live with for decades. Transparency in government is never a bad call. Here’s more indefensible, defense today of Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh says the claims against him are “uncorroborated.” Legally speaking, he’s wrong. The claims by at least two women do come with evidence to back them up. For people who aren’t aware of it — and people who are but pretend that they aren’t because it’s bad for their politics — sworn witness statements are evidence.
The failing New York Times published an article a week ago that said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, during a private meeting in the early weeks since taking on the Mueller investigation, suggested that he should wear a wire when talking with Trump and that he should try to build support among Trump’s cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment to the President. Rosenstein denies the 25th amendment comment, and claims the wiretapping remark was said sarcastically. Predictably, Trump-supporters lost their minds.