The Atlantic Monthly dug up two classmates who directly contradict Judge Kavanaugh’s testimony regarding his drinking habits during college at Yale University. The Atlantic suggests if Senator Graham does not apply the same standards to Judge Kavanaugh he applied to former President Clinton, he will be violating his own long-standing principals.
Will the Atlantic apply the perjury standard across the board regarding contradictions?
Halieusmedia would like to know if The Atlantic will apply the same standards to Ms. Christine Blasey Ford who also appears to have perjured herself during the first sentence of her opening statement to the Senate Judiciary committee last week? If so, how do things end?
Two adversarial witnesses cancel each other’s testimony out by committing perjury under oath to the Judiciary committee, both under penalty of federal perjury charges. If the law is applied both would face criminal charges with immediate grounds for impeachment of Judge Kavanaugh if confirmed.
Enter Judge Amy Barrett?
If the above speculative conclusion (at this time) plays out would President Trump then put forth Judge Amy Barrett’s name? Popular opinion just prior to Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination last summer, was with Judge Barrett as the nominee.
One thing is clear, the Judiciary committee is being thorough; either Republicans voluntarily or with intense pressure from Democrats and protesters.
And we wait to see what the seventh investigation of Judge Kavanaugh by the FBI will report. In the meantime, Senator Grassley chair of the Judiciary committee, has filed criminal charges against one of the unnamed potential witnesses.