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Brett #Kavanaugh doesn't have the integrity to be on SCOTUS. Kavanaugh committed AT LEAST 5 instances of perjury. This is judicial misconduct. Let me spell some of it out for you and tell you what YOU can do. #StopKavanaugh #PerjuryBrett

1) In 2002 Manny Miranda stole thousands of documents belonging to Dems. Kavanaugh worked alongside Miranda. During a 2004 confirmation hearing Kavanaugh denied receiving any of the documents Miranda stole. In 2006 he lied again under oath. We now know he committed perjury.
2) At a 2006 confirmation hearing, Kavanaugh told @SenatorLeahy that he knew nothing of an illegal warrantless wiretapping program until the New York Times broke the story in 2005. Now we know he was lying. He committed perjury.
3) During a 2006 confirmation hearing, Kavanaugh told @SenatorDurbin that he “was not involved” in legal questions related to the detention and torture of so-called enemy combatants. Now we know he was lying. He committed perjury.
4) In a 2004 confirmation hearing, Sen. Ted Kennedy asked Kavanaugh under oath whether he had assisted William Pryor’s nomination to the 11th Circuit. Pryor had called Roe v. Wade “the worst abomination of constitutional law in our history.” Kavanaugh said no. He was lying.
5) During 2006 confirmation hearing, Kavanaugh downplayed role in the nomination of Charles Pickering, a racist judge who once reduced the sentence of a man who burned a cross in front of an interracial couple’s house. Kavanaugh denied involvement. Now we know he was lying.
6) Kavanaugh doesn't deserve ANY bench let alone SCOTUS. Here’s what you can do:

Go to…
2. Click on "Form for Filing" to go to the PDF

3. File a complaint that Kavanaugh committed perjury, which counts as judicial misconduct.

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Oct 8, 2018
Mitch McConnell says that this will "all blow over".

But the #KavanaughAffair deserves to be told and remembered. It's a political thriller which includes sexual assault, drunken violence, shady finances, perjury, and much more.

This entire story must be told!

1) There are so many questions about the #KavanaughAffair.

Why was Kavanaugh chosen above others?
Why were his work records hidden away by a guy named Bill Burck?
Who prevented the FBI from investigating fully?
And why did Justice Kennedy announce his resignation so abruptly?
2) We know Kavanaugh was Justice Kennedy's law clerk & Kennedy wanted Kavanaugh to replace him on the SCOTUS bench.
Three questions:
a) Did Kennedy make a deal with Trump?
b) Why EXACTLY was it important for Kennedy to have Kavanaugh replace him?
c) When did the planning begin?
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Oct 7, 2018
I have so many question about the #KavanaughAffair. The alleged sexual assaults, the lies under oath, the boozing, the shady finances. I want to know how Kavanaugh's name was chosen. I want to know Justice Kennedy's involvement. There's enough here for a book!

2) We know Kavanaugh was Justice Kennedy's law clerk & Kennedy wanted Kavanaugh to replace him on the SCOTUS bench.
Three questions:
a) Did Kennedy make a deal with Trump?
b) Why EXACTLY was it important for Kennedy to have Kavanaugh replace him?
c) When did the planning begin?
3) Let's try to answer c) When did the planning for Kavanaugh to replace Kennedy begin? A good place to look might be at Kavanaugh's own website. The one created to promote his candidacy for the Supreme Court bench. Gee! I wonder what the date of creation was?
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Oct 3, 2018
Below are 31 times Kavanaugh lied under oath to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Please remember that lying under oath is a felony. It doesn't matter if it's about drinking or sex or using stolen documents or lying about political matters.

A lie is a lie.

Lie 1) In 2004, Kavanaugh claimed nomination of anti-abortion, anti-LGBTQ judge William Pryor was “not one that I worked on personally.”

Truth: Newly released emails showed Kavanaugh was involved in selecting Pryor, interviewing him, and working to confirm him.
Lie 2) In 2006, Kavanaugh denied he “primarily handl[ed]” nomination of racist Judge Charles Pickering, who reduced sentence of man convicted of burning a cross in front of interracial couple’s house.

Truth: Emails show Kavanaugh prepared documents on Pickering's behalf.
Read 38 tweets
Oct 1, 2018
Let’s break down some this #Kavanaugh bullshit down and have a little fun in the process - although I'm afraid my descriptions may be a little dark and stormy at times.

<I hope you will enjoy this thread>
2) First, can we all agree that while people are able to change their lives, most of us have our basic character established by the time we are 18 years of age? (And probably earlier than that.) Yeah sure. One can break the mold and change dramatically, but most of us don’t.
3) Given that as a truism, let us compare Merrick Garland’s year book to Brett Kavanaugh’s. Garland's shows a studious guy on the honor roll and student council. While Kavanaugh is absorbed with boofing, devil’s triangle and FFFF (Find em, feel em, f*ck em and forget em).
Read 24 tweets
Sep 16, 2018
Why I believe Christine Blasey Ford.
Why you should believe Christine Blasey Ford.
And why the #Kavanaugh nomination should come to a screeching halt.

1) First the obvious. Dr. Christine Ford has 3rd party documentation dating from 2012. It doesn’t name Kavanaugh, but it names the circumstances. She’s got the receipts, baby!
2) Second, she has already taken a polygraph test. Has #Kavanaugh taken a polygraph test? No. And considering the number of times he has already been found to lie under oath, he probably should have!
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Sep 9, 2018
I think this morning we need a little thread about Brett Kavanaugh and gambling. What do you think? Wanna join me for a quick game?

1) It’s starts with the massive debt Kavanaugh accrued by allegedly buying baseball tickets. He carried $60,000 to $200,000 of debt on credit cards which he SAYS was for baseball tickets.…
2) "Kavanaugh would have had to buy nine top-tier season tickets to reach the LOWER limit of the debt that the White House says he accrued because of baseball."

Hmmmmm. Very interesting.
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