Judge Brett Kavanaugh is not backing down. Despite the apparent coordinate effort from those on the left, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court has made it very evident, with a letter he sent Monday afternoon to Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, that he will not be threatened and bullied into stepping down.
In the letter Kavanuagh says that it was only after sitting for more than 30 hours before the committee and answering thousands of questions did both of these allegations arise. All the while Kavanaugh has been more than willing to testify once again in order to clear his name. However, Dr. Ford has been less than willing after accusing Kavanaugh. First, she didn’t want to testify, then she wanted the FBI to look into it first, then she needed another day, then she was unable to fly.
For someone who is sure of something that happened, wouldn’t you want to testify and get your story out there?
However, Kavanuagh, in his letter, makes the astute point that this smear campaign against him is bigger than himself. Essentially, he says it about all of us, whether we liked to admit it or not. For instance, what’s to stop someone from accusing you of sexual harassment in the workplace in order to either get your fired or keep you from getting a desired promotion? Are we simply to believe someone who puts forth allegations because they say it happened without a shred of evidence to back up their claims?
BREAKING – Kavanaugh letter to Grassley pic.twitter.com/tKauHUSk6W
— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) September 24, 2018
Kavanaugh’s letter to the heads of the Senate Judiciary Committee is a bold, brash statement in which he claims his innocence 100 percent. For someone who has the media, the entire Democratic Party and Hollywood against him, Kavanaugh is standing strong and, honestly, the words in his letter do not sound as if they were written by a man who is guilty of that which he is being accused.
Check out his entire letter here: Kavanaugh letter