Woman Who Identifies Herself As A Rape Survivor Confronts Lindsey Graham


Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) says he's going to call for an investigation to determine whether anyone on the staff of Sen.

Neocon journalist Max Boot-who, like Scarborough, expressed his disdain for the Trump Administration by leaving the Republican Party-had no kind words for either Kavanaugh or Graham in his September 28 column for the Washington Post.

".@LindseyGrahamSC has more decency and courage than every Democrat member of the committee combined".

He added, "Boy, you all want power. I hope you never get it", Mr.

He said he's furious about how Democrats dealt with the situation. It contains mildly objectionable language.

Sen. Lindsey Graham responded to Christine Blasey Ford's testimony on Thursday by sending a threat to Democrats: "If this is the new norm, you better watch out for your nominees", he said.

That is how women have been told to behave when they are angry: to not let anyone know, and to joke and to be sweet and rational and vulnerable.

Graham said, "No, I think you're trying to portray him as a stumbling, bumbling drunk, gang rapist, who during high school and college was Bill Cosby". I know dozens of people who've suffered far more horribly in the ordinary course of human experience than anything Blasey Ford alleges who endured no psychological damage whatsoever.

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The Judiciary Committee on Friday voted to advance Kavanaugh's nomination to the floor after Senate GOP leaders reluctantly agreed to requests from several moderate senators ― including Jeff Flake of Arizona ― to open a limited supplemental FBI investigation into the allegations, lasting up to one week. During the hearing, Ford told Sen.

According to Boot, Graham "matched Kavanaugh outburst-for-outburst" and showed that he is now "bereft of the adult supervision once provided by former Senate colleague John McCain".

Recalling that he voted for Obama nominees Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan, the senator told Democrats, "I would never do to them what you've done to this guy".

The latest polling for Missouri's U.S. Senate race indicates the incumbent's decision to vote against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh hasn't moved the needle even an inch one way or the other. Kavanaugh has denied the allegations. Boot described Kavanaugh's testimony as "evasive and deceptive", arguing that his anti-Democrat comments at the hearing "reflected a conspiratorial mindset".

Like when Kavanaugh was asked by Minnesota Sen.

"I'd say I've been through hell and then some", Kavanaugh replied.

Dickerson asked Cotton why women who have been sexually abused would come forward with their stories if, like Dr. Ford, they are not believed by the Senate?