Juanita Broaddrick should question Kavanaugh's accuser

Next week, Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused President Donald J. Trump (R)'s nominee for Supreme Court justice, Brett Kavanaugh, of sexual assault 38 years ago when they were both teenagers, is scheduled to relate her version of what happened to the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Then the senators will question her about the alleged incident. Now, I'm sure the members of this committee are all upstanding individuals who have never committed any form of sexual assault, although, privately, they might be victims. So would they know what questions to ask?  While the Judiciary Committee members are lawyers, they are not expert in this field.  So who will ask insightful questions?  Well, there is always Ford's lawyer, Debra Katz, to ask these important questions.  But whoops!  Apparently not. According to Timothy Meads at Townhall: Katz ... has a long history of dismissing sexual assault allegations...(Read Full Post)
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