Kavanaugh willing to talk to Congress about sex allegations

Kavanaugh willing to talk to Congress about sex allegations
Obsession. Zina Bash, seated behind Brett Kavanaugh. YouTube

[Ed. – This is an embarrassment to the entire nation.]

Judge Brett Kavanaugh said Monday he is willing to talk to Congress to defend himself against startling allegations of attempted sexual assault in high school — and vehemently denied every part of the accusation.

The allegations were made by Christine Blasey Ford, a California professor who as a high school student in the 1980s knew the judge and says he attempted to force himself on her at a party.

The accusation has upended Republicans’ push for quick confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The Judiciary Committee was slated to vote on Thursday, but Democrats and one key Republican have said that can’t happen until the Senate can learn more.

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Ms. Ford’s lawyer says she is willing to appear to testify — though it’s not clear what setting she is willing to appear for.

Judge Kavanaugh, in a statement released by the White House, said he, too, is willing to clear things up — though he didn’t use the word “testify.”

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