Kav Executive Summary

PUBLISHED: 5:22 PM 5 Oct 2018
UPDATED: 6:12 PM 5 Oct 2018

Judiciary Committee Releases Report Summarizing FBI Report On Kavanaugh

Senate released executive summary on the FBI's report into allegations against Kavanaugh.

Senate releases executive summary report on Kavanaugh.

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee released an executive summary on Thursday detailing information in the FBI’s confidential supplemental background investigation into Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Democrats demanded for weeks that the FBI investigate Kavanaugh, and when the bureau returned a report indicating that there was no evidence to corroborate allegations against the SCOTUS nominee, some Democrats were literally crying that President Donald Trump ‘meddled’ in the probe and prevented an ‘extensive’ investigation, but the White House gave the FBI free reign to speak to anyone.

Committee Ranking Democrat Diane Feinstein was also seen on camera tearing up, a sign to many that her evil plans to thwart his nomination failed.

On Thursday, the White House received the FBI’s supplemental background report and sent it to the Committee. Lawmakers revealed that the bureau found no evidence to support allegations that Kavanaugh did anything wrong almost four decades ago.

According to the executive summary of the report, FBI investigators contacted 10 potential witnesses. Nine people were interviewed in person, and one submitted a sworn affidavit. The bureau didn’t interview Christine Blasey Ford or Kavanaugh, because they both testified under oath before the Committee last Thursday.

Ford accused Kavanaugh of groping her at a high school party around 1983, but she has no evidence or witnesses to support her claims. Kavanaugh has also strongly denied the allegations, and alleged witnesses at the party have refuted Ford’s claims.

Here’s part of the summary, per Fox News:

“The FBI provided to the Senate 12 detailed FD-302 reports summarizing their interviews with the witnesses as well as supporting materials cited by the witnesses during their interviews,” the summary reads. Only senators and top aides are being allowed to review the full report in a secure facility on Capitol Hill.

Among those questioned were Mark Judge, PJ Smyth, and Leland Keyser, the three individuals Christine Blasey Ford claimed were present in the house when Kavanaugh allegedly threw her on a bed and sexually assaulted her sometime in the 1980s.

“The Supplemental Background Investigation confirms what the Senate Judiciary Committee concluded after its investigation: there is no corroboration of the allegations made by Dr. Ford or Ms. Ramirez,” the Judiciary Committee Republicans wrote.

Kavanaugh has been accused by five people of inappropriate behavior, all of which allegedly occurred in the 1980s.

Ford alleges Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed and attempted to grope her around 1982. She bizarrely said she believed he could have “inadvertently killed” her, but no witnesses corroborate the tale.

Ford’s allegations were also so shoddy even Feinstein admitted last week that she “can’t say everything’s truthful.”

The second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, claimed Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a party in 1983. She admitted to the New Yorker that she has “significant gaps in her memories,” and could not remember specific information or the alleged person, and was “inebriated.”

Julie Swentick, the third accuser, originally claimed Kavanaugh took part in drugging and gang raping girls when he was in high school during the early 1980s. Despite signing a sworn affidavit regarding the horrific claims, Swetnick admitted on Monday that Kavanaugh never took part in anything she originally claimed.

When pressed on these allegations on Monday, Swetnick backed away from just about all of her original claims. Swetnick said she’s not sure if the alcohol at the party was spiked with drugs, and said she has no idea if Kavanaugh ever took part in drugging women, sexually assaulting them, or taking part in the alleged “gang rapes.”

Two others made claims against Kavanaugh in the form of anonymous letters, and the claims have already been proven to be outright lies.

In addition all of the flimsy allegations, the FBI also found no evidence to support allegations that Kavanaugh was sexually inappropriate toward women almost four decades ago.

Feinstein and Democrats have been endlessly attacking Kavanaugh in an attempt to destroy his nomination, and now some are literally crying on live television because the FBI report didn’t corroborate any of their outright lies.