The Kavanaugh appointment has once again been put off. I guess Monday was not good for Ford so now the country will have to wait. But just how long does America have to wait until we can fill the vacancy in The Supreme Court Of The United States? Ford has claimed she will be there but is talking about more stipulations. Democrats are making it sound like she is being treated poorly and seem to all to be thinking that she should be given as much time as necessary. Like until after the midterm elections right?
“In a letter to the committee, Ford’s lawyers said that she had accepted the request to provide “her first-hand knowledge of Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual misconduct next week” after Republicans on the committee set a 2:30 p.m. deadline for her to say whether she would do so. Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, had said a vote would proceed in the absence of a response from Ford’s team by the cutoff time.”
Ford’s lawyer claims that her client is not getting proper treatment.
“In the letter from Ford’s lawyers, they said “many aspects of the proposal you provided … are fundamentally inconsistent with the Committee’s promise of a fair, impartial investigation into her allegations.”
Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal took to Twitter where he praised Ford for her bravery ( and part in the stall tactic I imagine).
“Courageously, Dr. Ford will tell her story in the face of an impossible choice & vile bullying by Republican leadership. I will support her steadfast bravery against the arbitrary, unfair, irrational constraints set by Chairman Grassley.”
But most Democrats are just upset this hasn’t led to a full-on FBI investigation. They seem to be concerned their stall will not last long enough. They for some reason think the American public is behind them. But in a recent poll, most Americans are undecided or feel more inclined to doubt Ford than believe her.
“25 percent of women responding say that the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh are credible, while 35 percent say that they haven’t heard enough to decide and 18 percent aren’t sure, according to a new poll from HuffPost/YouGov.
For men, there are less who are undecided: 28 percent say that they find the allegations credible, but 34 percent who say they are not credible. 29 percent of men haven’t heard enough and 10 percent aren’t sure.”
Looks like America is siding more towards Kavanaugh. So far this looks to be a case of he said she said. As of right now, Kavanaugh has the other named people at the party siding with him. I wonder what she will have to say. It sure looks like Kavanaugh has this allegation beat.