BOMBSHELL: Two Men Tell Judiciary Committee They Did It, Not Kavanaugh | Trending

BOMBSHELL: Two Men Tell Judiciary Committee They Did It, Not Kavanaugh | Trending

BOMBSHELL: Two Men Tell Judiciary Committee They Did It, Not Kavanaugh | Trending

He made the comments at a news conference in NY a day before Judge Brett Kavanaugh was set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee amid multiple accusations of sexual misconduct.

Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual misconduct by two other women, putting his nomination for the high court at risk.

"On July 6, 2018, I had a sense of urgency to relay the information to the Senate and the President as soon as possible before a nominee was selected".

"Nobody could listen to her deliver those words and talk about the assault and the impact it had had on her life and not have your heart go out to her", Wallace said. "I have firm recollection of seeing boys lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their "turn" with a girl inside the room", she says in a sworn declaration. I don't know what they're referring to, ' he said.

In testimony released beforehand, she said she was appearing only because she felt it was her duty, was frankly "terrified" and has been the target of vile harassment and even death threats.

But the timing of the accusations, released by Avenatti just before a Senate Judiciary Committee vote which has been scheduled by Republicans for Friday, has raised some eyebrows. "If I were going to give advice", she said, "I would have to talk with her to give it". The White House has stood firmly behind Kavanaugh since the allegations of sexual misconduct started to become public.

"I was underneath one of them while the two laughed".

U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley
U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley Credit Senate Democrats

Earlier in a press conference Thursday, Trump said he would consider withdrawing Kavanaugh's nomination if he "thought he was guilty of something like this".

"It's happened to me many times", he said, claiming he had been accused - falsely - by "four or five women".

Despite bitter, partisan accusations between Republicans and Democrats in the run-up to Thursday's hearing, Ford likely will face a less confrontational Senate Judiciary Committee in the era of the #MeToo campaign, which has raised Americans' awareness about sexual assault. It's ridiculous. Total Twilight Zone.

Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied all the allegations lodged against him.

"[Swetnick] wants me to believe that when Brett Kavanaugh, when he was a sophomore or junior, maybe early in his senior year in high school, orchestrated mass rapes, drugged women", Graham told Fox & Friends.

Ford claimed Kavanaugh, and his friend Mark Judge, corralled her into a room and Kavanaugh proceeded to grope her and tried to remove her clothes, while covering her mouth to stop her screaming. She said she described the specific details for the first time in a May 2012 couples' counseling session. The network reports that Senate Judiciary Committee investigators placed a call to Kavanaugh about the accusations on September 25 and he denied the encounter.

Tasha Menaker of the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual Violence said Wednesday that she has worked with Rachel Mitchell for three years to develop sexual assault reporting guidelines for medical and legal specialists in Arizona's most populous county.

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