a reply to: whargoul
Considering Kavanaugh and the allegations against him dealt with sexual assault stuff the others issued you raise have no relevance to that issue.
Nothing Ford Ramirez / lawyers provided corroborated any claims made against him. If anything it further undermined the accusations they made.
Secondly the American Bar Association is not investigating Kavanaugh. What they are doing is reopening his evaluation from 2006
so they can add the bull# temperament accusation by Democrats. The board of the ABA already distanced itself from the claims made by one of its
members and put out a letter contradicting that members position. The ABA also called for a halt to the confirmation process to investigate however
the ABA doesnt seem to understand how background investigations work let alone the fact the Senate is the primary investigative entity for this. Also
you may want to look at the makeup of the ABA before making false claims considering most are liberals who support Democrats.
* - American Bar
Association reopening Kavanaugh evaluation due to 'temperament'
Democrats like to use the line this is not a courtroom for their hearings while at the same time remain hypocritical on the topic. His temperament at
the time was not that of a judge overseeing an active case. It was a man who has been falsely accused of sexual assault with no corroboration from the
accusers. Only when Ford blew up in Democrats faces did they seize on temperament. A last ditch effort to get their way or destroy the man, which
they failed at.
Any reason you mislead people about the ABA and Kavanaugh?
As for perjury, again, being thrown around tells me people dont adequately understand what perjury is and whats required to meet legal standards.
Perjury requires a person to give a factual statement under oath knowingly/premeditatively that the statement is false. The word you are looking for,
and the word so many Democrats / liberals / Comey used to exonerate Clinton illegally is intent
. At no point did Kavanaugh do this, contrary to
the straw grasping left.
Any reason you omitted facts and legalities for your perjury accusation?
As for his time in the Bush white house what part of white house counsel confuses the left? While government lawyers do not enjoy the privilege of
attorney client privilege, they are still bound by executive privilege, classified information and the inability to legally disclose legal document
information when he is not a party to the information in question. In those instances he reviewed the info in order to forward it to the right person
or to review legalities contained in it.
Tell us - what exactly is in the WH files in question and how does it relate to Kavanaughs time on the federal bench?
Democrats know this however they also know the average person does not. Allowing the left to make accusations they know are false in order to cast
suspicion and not truth. Democrats are trying to use FOIA to get the info but they wont be successful since most of what they think they want is foia
exempt under deliberative process exceptions.
As for He said she said well it is exactly what happened. She accused Kavanaugh (along with 2 other women) and yet provided absolutely no
corroborating info / witnesses or evidence. The witnesses Ford named refuted her claims and had no idea what she was talking about. The same is true
for the ramirez lady. Swetnick is a different area al together because she flat out stated she was intoxicated and could not remember for sure.
It is legally required for an accuser (and government if prosecuting) to support their accusation. If nothing supports it legally or civilly then it
is in fact she said he said.
Nothing provided by any of the women reached the threshold of probable cause (criminal).
Nothing provided by any of the women reached the threshold of preponderance of evidence (civil).
Next time, before the snark and accusation against me, maybe you should do a bit more research, understand what it is you are talking about and the
legalities involved before engaging.
edit on 8-10-2018 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)