• The woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault reportedly had to move out of her house and hire private security after receiving death threats

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her during their high school years in the 1980s, has moved out of her house and hired private security because of death threats she has received since coming forward.
    Ford, a mother of two teenagers, has received vulgar emails and messages on social media, a New York Times report said.
    "From what I've heard you have 6 months to live, you disgusting slime," one of the messages reportedly read.
    Ford and her attorney have yet to respond to invitations to testify at a public hearing about her allegations...
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  • A 2015 clip of Brett Kavanaugh joking about his days at an elite high school has resurfaced and is going viral

    A 2015 clip of Brett Kavanaugh joking about his days at an elite high school has resurfaced and is going viral

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    A 2015 clip of Brett Kavanaugh making a joke about the elite Maryland high school he attended has resurfaced at an inconvenient time for the Supreme Court nominee.
    Kavanaugh faces allegations of sexually assaulting a woman along with the help of a friend when they were all teenagers at a high school party.
    Kavanaugh and the friend, Mark Judge, attended Georgetown Prep.
    In 2015, Kavanaugh joked that "what happens at Georgetown Prep stays at Georgetown Prep."
    A 2015 clip of Judge Brett Kavanaugh making a joke about the elite Maryland high school he attended has resurfaced at an inconvenient...
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  • Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation odds could get a boost if his accuser refuses to testify

    Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation odds could get a boost if his accuser refuses to testify

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Republicans want Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser to testify in a committee hearing scheduled for Monday.
    Kavanaugh's accuser, Prof. Christine Blasey Ford, has not responded to committee officials seeking her testimony.
    Republicans on the fence about supporting Kavanaugh say they would be disappointed if Ford does not testify and fully expect the committee to move on in that case.
    WASHINGTON - Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are swiftly organizing a hearing for lawmakers to hear testimony from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Prof. Christine Blasey...
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