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CLAIM: ‘Compelling evidence’ will soon ‘exonerate’ Judge Kavanaugh

(National SentinelBombshell: A former law clerk for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has made a bold claim on Twitter — that embattled SCOTUS nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh will be exonerated within a week, based on “compelling evidence.”

POTUS Donald Trump’s second high court pick has been accused of sexual assault — from 36 years ago while in high school — by Palo Alto Prof. Christine Blasey Ford, who made the allegations on a letter allegedly passed to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., in July.

For his part, Kavanaugh has vehemently denied the allegations, even stating that he had no idea who Ford was until her name and the allegations were made public. He has offered to re-testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee anytime, and the sooner the better. Ford, meanwhile, through her Left-wing activist lawyer, Debra Katz, appears to be ‘negotiating‘ an appearance — but it won’t happen Monday, when committee Chairman Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, has set a deadline.

Lots of high-profile people, including POTUS 43, G. W. Bush, have come out in support of Kavanaugh and have vouched for his character.

But now Ed Whelan, the president of conservative think tank the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC), “made a bold prediction on Twitter that ‘compelling evidence’ would exonerate Kavanaugh next week,” Law & Crime reported.



Then Whelan, who supports Kavanaugh, added a couple of additional ‘cryptic’ tweets.

“Sexual assault is a terrible thing. Its victims suffer grievously. It’s precisely b/c sexual assault is so terrible that it is deeply unjust when someone is mistakenly (even good-faith mistakenly) accused of having committed it. Everyone should rejoice when the mistake is found,” he wrote.

“And the sooner the mistake is discovered, the better.”

He also linked to a CNN piece noting that Kavanaugh was said to have not been at the party Ford claims she was abused.

Whelen then linked to a Yahoo News article reporting that Kavanaugh disclosed to Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, that this is a case of mistaken identity because he wasn’t at the party.

Whelen added that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) would “soon be apologizing” to Kavanaugh and that Kavanaugh’s “suffering […] will be shown to have been deeply unjust.”


 

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1 Comment on CLAIM: ‘Compelling evidence’ will soon ‘exonerate’ Judge Kavanaugh

  1. There is no compelling evidence to cause this controversy. Grassley is weak.

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