Dems Scramble and Suddenly Hit the BRAKES on Kavanaugh’s Accuser

Senator Dick Durbin is now backing off his earlier push to have Kavanaugh’s discredited accuser testify publicly, about a so-called “attack” back in high school, where she claims that highly-respected Judge Kavanaugh nearly “killed her.”

Christine Blasey Ford has said she is willing to testify under oath, but no one has asked her.

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Durbin, who is receiving backlash from the public, demanding that Keith Ellison’s victims also be heard, has now changed his tune.


During an appearance Monday on CNN’s “New Day,” Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) reacted to President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court associate justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault allegations, saying this week would be “too fast” to hear from his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.

Durbin said the Judiciary Committee will have to “be fair” to both Kavanaugh and Ford, adding that it would be too quick this week to have Ford testify because of the importance of a SCOTUS confirmation.

“Let’s do this the right way, a thoughtful way,” Durbin stated. “It’s a lifetime appointment to the highest court in the land. It’s a generation decision.”

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