President Trump Agrees to One-Week FBI Investigation of Kavanaugh

Jeff Flake confronted by Ana Maria Archila, Youtube
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President Trump has agreed to a one-week investigation by the FBI into claims against Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, after Senator Jeff Flake said his support was dependent on the outcome of an FBI investigation. Flake changed his position of support for a Senate vote after he was confronted by two female activists with links to organizations funded by George Soros, who claimed they were sexually abused. -GEG
Republican Senator Jeff Flake, who will not run for re-election, voted in favor of advancing Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination from the committee to the full Senate, but later announced he wanted to delay a confirmation vote one week in order to let the FBI investigate. Shortly thereafter, he was confronted by two women who seemed to have trapped him an elevator as they pleaded with him to withdraw his support, claiming that they were victims of sexual assault.
Both women belong to activist groups that are funded by George Soros, who is a friend and investment partner of the President.  Ana Maria Archila, the co-executive director of the nonprofit Center for Popular Democracy Action, claims that she was sexually assaulted when she was 5 years old by a teenager when she and her family lived in Colombia. She said she didn’t tell anyone before this week.
The other activist was Maria Gallagher, a member of Make the Road New York, a pro-immigration activist group. She told Flake, “I was sexually assaulted and nobody believed me. I didn’t tell anyone, and you’re telling all women that they don’t matter, that they should just stay quiet because if they tell you what happened to them you are going to ignore them.  That’s what happened to me, and that’s what you are telling all women in America, that they don’t matter.”
After Flake announced he wanted to delay a confirmation, President Trump agreed to order the FBI to open a supplemental background investigation of Kavanaugh that would be completed in a week.
Flake’s request was supported by other undecided Republicans Senators, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins, as well as two undecided Democrats Senators, Heidi Heitkamp and Joe Manchin.
Senator Flake has worked against President Trump, and CBS reports that Flake spoke with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein just before he made his announcement that has led critics to suspect the Deep State now is involved with the Supreme Court nomination.
Summary by JW Williams, Source:

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