DICK, sign the petition to Congress: Open a probe into the sham “investigation” of Brett Kavanaugh.
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Nearly a year after the Senate narrowly confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to a lifetime seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, further allegations of sexual assault have surfaced.
The new allegation, first reported by the New York Times, backs up the so-called “uncorroborated” testimony of victim Deborah Ramirez, which calls into question why the FBI investigation into Brett Kavanaugh—which surely was more resourced—was such a sham.
According to Yale classmate and assault witness Max Stier, he approached the FBI at the time, over a year ago, about the previously unreported assault, but they did nothing. The FBI also failed to interview people who could corroborate Ramirez’s story, even after witnesses proactively tried to reach the FBI.
The FBI “investigation” was anything but. Sign the petition to Congress: Demand a probe into the sham investigation that happened.
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In total, FBI agents only spoke to six people as a part of the investigation, which did not include Kavanaugh or Christine Blasey Ford, another survivor who testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee during Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings.
After the “investigation” wrapped up after only a week, U.S. senators were only allowed to read the report in a secret room for a limited time, where they were not allowed to take any notes.
Rather than shed light on these serious sexual allegations, the FBI conducted a snow job to protect Kavanaugh—designed to look like an investigation. What happens to Kavanaugh remains to be seen, but who allowed this to happen must be held accountable
Mon 01 June 2020 1:31 AM