die kavanaughauffäre ist wie ein aufgeplatztes geschwür. soviel eiterige fehler der amerikaner kommen hervor.
ich habe mal einige artikel ausgesucht, die manches erklären. wie die republikaner manipulieren (die democraten sind aber ohne zweifel auch dazu fähig).Kavanaugh Yale classmate: The FBI investigation was a joke.
What You Need To Know About The FBI’s Brett Kavanaugh Investigation
I went to Yale with Kavanaugh, lived in the same residential halls, and graduated with him in 1987. The alleged incident between Kavanaugh and Ramirez, another classmate, occurred during 1983-1984 in a first floor “common room” in entryway “B” of Lawrance Hall. I lived on the first floor of an adjacent entryway (“A”). Kavanaugh lived in entryway “D.” …
Many of us who lived in Lawrance Hall during 1983-1984 approached the FBI last week offering help with its inquiries. I promised a list of names of people who may have attended the party at which Ramirez claims to have been assaulted. The FBI never returned my call. ...
The FBI seems to have interviewed only 11 possible witnesses relevant to both Ford’s and Ramirez’s allegations. Who made the decision to limit the inquiry’s scope? The White House and Senate Republicans. Not surprisingly, the FBI was kept from following up on a long list of possible witnesses provided by Ramirez.
FBI's Wray confirms White House limited Kavanaugh probe
The bureau has reportedly completed the ﬁrst four interviews initially authorized by the White House and Republican leaders, including several people close to Kavanaugh and Blasey. The names include Kavanaugh’s longtime friend, Mark Judge, who Blasey named as a key witness in her allegations, claiming Judge was in the room when the assault happened. FBI agents have also spoken with Ramirez about her allegations, Kavanaugh’s high school classmate P.J. Smyth, whom Blasey said was also at the party, and Leland Keyser, a friend of Blasey’s from the time.
What’s Going on With the FBI Investigation Into Allegations Against Kavanaugh?
FBI Director Christopher Wray told the Senate on Wednesday that the White House put limits on the re-opened investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but the law enforcement chief insisted that the process used was a typical one. …
Wray confirmed that background investigations are handled differently from other FBI probes and that the scope of inquiries into judicial nominees is dictated by the White House.
so weit sogar die befangenheit und parteilichkeitChief Justice Roberts Has Withheld Dozens Of Judicial Complaints Against Kavanaugh For Three Weeks
What’s not being investigated is Kavanaugh’s behavior in high school and`college, which his classmates say was deﬁned by partying and drinking to excess, at which point the SCOTUS nominee would allegedly become “aggressive” — accounts that drastically diﬀer from those Kavanaugh oﬀered while under oath. Some senators, including Bernie Sanders, have raised concern over the FBI’s apparent disregard for the likelihood that Kavanaugh may have perjured himself.
“The FBI investigation of Brett Kavanaugh must include a review of his numerous untruthful statements in his previous testimony before Congress,” Sanders tweeted. “Lying to Congress is a federal crime.” He then outlined the numerous examples in which Kavanaugh appears to have lied under oath
Georgia's Secretary of State Is Blocking 53,000 Voter Registrations as He Runs for Governor
United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. has withheld more than a dozen judicial misconduct complaints against Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh he received in recent weeks and has chosen not to refer them to a judicial panel for investigation, reports The Washington Post.
Karen LeCraft Henderson, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, the same court on which Kavanaugh serves, sent the complaints to Roberts starting three weeks ago, according to four people familiar with the matter.
Republicans may be about to steal an election in Georgia
Marsha Appling-Nunez was showing the college students she teaches how to check online if they’re registered to vote when she made a troubling discovery. Despite being an active Georgia voter who had cast ballots in recent elections, she was no longer registered.
“I was kind of shocked,” said Appling-Nunez, who moved from one Atlanta suburb to another in May and believed she had successfully changed her address on the voter rolls.
She tried re-registering, but with about one month left before a November election that will decide a governor’s race and some competitive U.S. House races, Appling-Nunez’s application is one of over 53,000 sitting on hold with Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office. And unlike Appling-Nunez, many people on that list — which is predominantly black, according to an analysis by The Associated Press — may not even know their voter registration has been held up.
But through a process that Kemp calls voter roll maintenance and his opponents call voter roll purges, Kemp’s office has cancelled over 1.4 million voter registrations since 2012. Nearly 670,000 registrations were cancelled in 2017 alone.
It isn’t often you get to watch an election being stolen in real time, but that might be what is happening right now in Georgia.
Kemp, the Republican nominee for governor, is locked in an extremely tight race with Democrat Stacey Abrams. He also happens to be the secretary of state, the official in charge of all elections in Georgia.
According to records obtained from Kemp’s office through a public records request, [Marsha] Appling-Nunez’s application —like many of the 53,000 registrations on hold with Kemp’s office — was flagged because it ran afoul of the state’s “exact match” verification process.
Under the policy, information on voter applications must precisely match information on file with the Georgia Department of Driver Services or the Social Security Administration. Election officials can place non-matching applications on hold.
An application could be held because of an entry error or a dropped hyphen in a last name, for example.
Appling-Nunez says she never saw any notice from Kemp’s office indicating a problem with her application.
An analysis of the records obtained by The Associated Press reveals racial disparity in the process. Georgia’s population is approximately 32 percent black, according to the U.S. Census, but the list of voter registrations on hold with Kemp’s office is nearly 70 percent black.
It’s also an example of how Republicans, who complain all the time about the stifling hand of big government, use their power to weaponize bureaucracy against people they don’t like.
nathan über mich: »er ist der unlinkste Nicht-Rechte den ich je kennengelernt habe. Ein Phänomen!«
blues über mich: »du bist ein klassischer Liberaler und das ist auch gut so.«