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Bob Cesca
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RELM_buttonMister Kurd -- NSFW; Jody Hamilton from the Stephanie Miller Show is here; We discuss the Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh hearings as they happen; Ford's unquestionable credibility; Kavanaugh's crying and belligerence; Chuck Grassley's interruptions; Lindsey Grahama's threat; Trump's insane press conference; Trump vs Trudeau; Trump vs Mister Kurd; Larry Charles on the interview show; and so much more.

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  • Badgerite

    So, the FBI ‘investigation’ is refusing to interview or just giving them the run around to avoid interviewing them.
    People are coming forward to corroborate and the alleged ‘investigation’ is trying its damned not to notice?
    Since when do lying FFFFFFers get put on the Supreme Court after a sham of an investigation. Controlled by the White House. They are running out the clock just like Kavanaugh did on questioners at that hearing.

  • Badgerite

    Oh for the love of God. So he was in a bar fight that would have gotten anyone else a record but he the FBI didn’t know about it because he was the DA’s son. OK. And what else? Mr. Choirboy does not really sound like much of a choirboy.

  • Badgerite

    Bruce Bartlett@BruceBartlett
    The best case for Kavanaugh is that he didn’t commit prosecutable crimes, but merely did things reprehensible, contrary to
    reasonable judicial temperament, and that he continues to lie about. That’s the best case.

  • Badgerite

    What can be said about Bret Kavanaugh is that he lies a lot. About material facts. And that his lies are contemporaneous with a current investigation for by Congress and the FBI as to his confirmation. And that he lies beyond a reasonable doubt. How is he still a nominee at this point?

  • Badgerite

    *BSA*@Bsa018222
    Replying to @joshtpm
    How it the guy that says “I don’t want to tell the cops what happened” the nominee for the Supreme Court.
    “When the Federalist Society sends us its judges, they’re not sending their best. They’re rapists. And some, I assume,
    are good people.”
    Sounds about right.
    Julie Swintek needs to be interviewed as well. I can’t imagine what the rationale behind any alleged investigation is that excludes her. Anyone who is coming forward and personally taking responsibility for what they have to say needs to be interviewed. Otherwise it is not really an investigation.

  • Badgerite

    So we now know the Kavanaugh lied as to the when he first heard of the allegations of Debra Ramirez. And that he contacted people before the hearings to get them to more or less cover for him. Because…”What happens at Yale, stay at Yale”….or something.
    So, how many material lies under oath is it necessary for a Supreme Court nominee to make before they are no longer a Supreme Court nominee?
    Not to mention, the gop committee has certainly tried everything to try and avoid actually talking to Julie Swintek.
    I find it hard to believe that this woman who has a lot to lose by coming forward is doing so frivolously. I begin to think the allegations of seeing Kavanaugh in such a setting are more than a little bit accurate. And the gop is trying like crazy to avoid actually letting her speak.

  • My heart broke for Dr. Ford and Kavanaugh reminded me of my ex-husband the day after an violent alcoholic bender. His oscillating between anger and tears just screams violent ahole drunk.

  • Badgerite

    I believe the reason that the gop brought in Rachel Mitchel was to try to rattle Blasely Ford. When that didn’t work and Kavanaugh came out and basically went ballistic, the gop went ballistic as well to try to cover that up as well as everything else wrong with this nomination. When the whole gop side of the aisle is behaving the same way and attacking, attacking, attacking, it maybe was designed to make Kavanaugh’s behavior appear more normal. It was not normal. It was not even acceptable. He does not belong on the Court.

    • Don P

      Frankly, I think they dumped Mitchel midway through Kavanaugh’s testimony because she was getting close to nailing him. An experienced prosecutor has seen his type at least a hundred times. (Belligerent embellishment)

  • Badgerite

    The gop argument is basically that it was 35 years ago. So they don’t care. Of course, they don’t care, it didn’t happen to them or theirs. And we could see that attitude in the way Kavanaugh reacted to Fred Gutenberg’s outstretched hand as well. They want to be able to ignore the public. That is the point of voter suppression as well.

  • Badgerite

    That wasn’t a hearing. That was a pathetic attempt at a cover up. The guy did it. He may not remember the specific incident. But he absolutely knows that he engaged in that kind of behavior and he is hiding from it.
    She was credible. He was not. No one on the Democratic side had to come to her defense and deflect like Graham had to do for Kavanaugh.

  • Badgerite

    Blasely Ford’s story is corroborated. And it is corroborated by a pattern of past behavior that can be attested to by others who knew Kavanaugh at that time and knew him to drink to excess and become aggressive when he did. The incident at Yale with Debbie Ramirez was apparently known about on campus and talked about. And when it was talked about, it was Bret Kavanaugh’s name that was associated with the incident. No one else’s. Ramirez may have been uncertain but other people there clearly were not. That is actually evidence and it is evidence of a particular pattern of behavior that supports Blasely Ford’s story.
    Julie Swetnick is also corroboration. The idea that she is not to be believed because as a young woman she continued to
    go to parties is utterly ridiculous. Just as it is utterly ridiculous to expect a 15 year old girl to report an attempted rape by a friend or acquaintance to the police. This is just a variant of “she was asking for it”. And it is offensive and disgusting.
    Past behavior that establishes a pattern relevant the behavior that Blasely Ford alleges is actually evidence. Corroborative evidence. But the committee would actually have to commit to an actual investigation with the intent of reaching the truth. That was obviously not the case with this committee. It was a ridiculous show put on to try to ignore as much of any available evidence as they could ignore and still not refuse to hear Dr. Ford’s.
    Basically, this hearing was a ridiculous, one sided, stilted political show. It was absolutely and without question not a search for what actually happened.

  • Michael B Conway

    That picture says it all.

    • Don P

      I watched a lot of his “testimony”, ok, well I watched the two women over his shoulders (one of whom was Mrs. Kavanaugh). Holy crap, so so so telling, they weren’t buying much of his shit either.

  • katanahamon

    Kavanaugh is such a f’ing saint now, crying about how unfair his treatment is, from huffpo let’s just remember what Kavanaugh’s feelings were about asking Clinton questions during the Lewinsky debacle…

    “Kavanaugh personally urged Starr to expand the Whitewater investigation to include looking at the death of White House staffer Vince Foster, a controversy that was a partisan attempt to use a man’s death to go after the Clintons.

    Foster died by suicide in 1993, a conclusion reached by U.S. Park Police (his body was found in a park) and the FBI. In fact, multiple investigations concurred that it was a suicide.

    Yet in March 1995, after those reviews, Kavanaugh called for a “full-fledged investigation” into Foster’s death. That inquiry helped validate right-wing conspiracy theorists who believed that the Clintons killed Foster, and the matter outraged Foster’s family.

    During the Monica Lewinsky inquiry, Kavanaugh pressed Starr to ask Clinton sexually graphic questions about his relationship with the White House intern. Some examples:

    In 1998, Brett Kavanaugh proposed some graphic questions to ask President Bill Clinton.
    OIC MEMO
    https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5bad46201f00002e01229928.png?ops=scalefit_720_noupscale
    Yet on Thursday, Kavanaugh said he was shocked that he had to talk about his sex life.

    “As to sex, this is not a topic I ever imagined would come up at a judicial confirmation hearing,” he told the Senate Judiciary Committee.”

    • Don P

      His whining about leaking, and that “What comes around goes around” threat in his opening statement drew so many FU’s from me I lost count. YOUR family is being destroyed?? All of a sudden YOU are the one getting threats?? Not so funny now, is it asshole! And his pussy ass (apologies for the misogyny) has had to put up with this for a week? he’s made people’s lives hell for DECADES.

  • katanahamon

    Of course they’re supporting Kavanaugh..this is all Democratic propaganda, lies, obstructionist tricks. I’m furious at the right wing penchant for blatantly being guilty of exactly what they accuse Democrats of (and the press/media allows it.) This whole hearing was a useless sham, another stupid, pointless political exercise in showing exactly what the Repubs are capable of. It won’t surprise me at all if they confirm him. I’d hope that we could press for an FBI investigation regardless..

    Rump is acting weird because his brain is deteriorating rapidly. His obviously slurred speech should be a clue. Why can Hillary stumble on a crack in the pavement and the right wants to have an investigation into her health, but Rump has now slurred his words in many, many, and again, many speeches and press encounters yet no one is talking about it?? We have a brain damaged criminal as president, and this too is being normalized. Why are we allowing the right wing to act like this, to get away with all this? Oh, Graham says they’re going to do the same thing to Dem nominees? Oh good, that means our nominee will get a hearing. When we have ppl go before congress under oath with opposite stories, don’t we have to have an investigation? I’m stopping..I’m too mad..