Senator Grassley Responds to Allegations Against Judge Kavanaugh


Senator Chuck Grassley, Chair of the Senate Judiciary, has responded to the allegations made by a California professor against Judge Kavanaugh. He is standing by him.

“Judge Kavanaugh’s background has been thoroughly vetted by the FBI on six different occasions throughout his decades of public service, and no such allegation ever surfaced.”

The timing of these allegations by a far-left Democrat is highly suspect.

Senator Chuck Schumer, who leads the Senate Minority, has said he will do anything to stop the Kavanaugh nomination. He is demanding the vote be delayed.

“Senator Grassley must postpone the vote until, at a very minimum, these serious and credible allegations are thoroughly investigated. For too long, when woman have made serious allegations of abuse, they have been ignored. That cannot happen in this case,” Schumer said in a statement on Sunday.

It is important to note that Chuck Schumer and all of the Democrats ignored Keith Ellison’s accuser.

It is going to be a rough week. The GOP should vote tomorrow.

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herbert r richmond
herbert r richmond
3 years ago

As soon as possible because they will paint him as a serial rapist or worse. Never mind their golden boy Clinton.

3 years ago

I agree, Grassley should have a vote Monday morning, this is nothing but a last minute desperate hail mary by the Demowits, I believe even Feinstein was suspicious of it, why did she hold on to it so long? she didn’t even ask Kavanaugh about it when he had a one on one private meeting with her, or in the confirmation hearings, it stinks bad !!!!!!!!