Mainstream Media Ignores Senate Investigation Report that Found Zero Evidence Against Kavanaugh in Sex Abuse Allegations

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The mainstream media ignored the Senate Judiciary Committee report that could have influenced the midterms elections in favor of Republicans.  The investigation found ‘no evidence’ to back sexual assault claims against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and two accusers, Julie Swetnick and Judy Munro-Leighton, were referred to the DOJ for making false statements.  Munro-Leighton confessed that she made up the story that Kavanaugh raped her in a car because she was angry and wanted attention.  The false accusations against Kavanaugh degraded the culture and based it in lies and the presumption of guilt.

On Friday, the Senate Judiciary Committee released a 414-page document presenting its summary report and exhibits regarding the allegations of sexual misconduct against now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. In the 28-page summary of its findings, the committee explained that after speaking with 45 individuals and taking 25 written statements, it did not find “any evidence to substantiate or corroborate any of the allegations” against Kavanaugh.

“The revelation of last minute allegations tested the committee in many ways,” said Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) in a statement Friday. “But these investigative efforts rose to the occasion and were critical to helping us obtain the truth. This was a serious and thorough investigation that left no stone unturned in our pursuit of the facts. In the end, there was no credible evidence to support the allegations against the nominee.”

In its announcement of the report, the committee notes that its investigators “spoke with 45 individuals and took 25 written statements relating to the various allegations made in the course of the Supreme Court confirmation process.” Citing the supplementary FBI investigation ordered by the committee, the committee states that neither found “any evidence to substantiate or corroborate any of the allegations.”

The committee also notes that it has submitted multiple people to the Justice Department for review for “potential violations of Senate rules, potential witness tampering, and potential false statements made to the Committee in violation of federal law,” including Kavanaugh-accuser Julie Swetnick, lawyer Michael Avenatti, and Judy Munro-Leighton.

“Despite the Committee’s best efforts to ensure a timely and thorough review, an eleventh-hour news report released the day before a scheduled Committee vote on Justice Kavanaugh’s nomination disrupted the Senate’s exhaustive confirmation process,” the committee states after summarizing the extensive background review of nominee it conducted. “On September 12, 2018, the media reported that Ranking Member Feinstein possessed a letter from an unidentified woman detailing an incident involving her and Justice Kavanaugh when they were in high school. As details of that allegation unfolded, the Committee’s Majority Nominations Unit paired with the Committee’s Oversight and Investigations Unit to investigate the allegations. These joint efforts, with up to 40 attorneys, law clerks, and other professionals from the Chairman’s staff, continued over the following month as the Committee received several additional allegations of sexual misconduct.”

“All interviews were conducted in an objective and fair manner aimed at producing a final determination of fact with respect to the allegations levied against Justice Kavanaugh,” the committee asserts. “In order to accomplish that, investigators conducted extensive interviews with individuals who knew Justice Kavanaugh in high school and college; investigators also conducted extensive interviews with individuals who knew the accusers in order to better weigh the credibility of their allegations. In sum, the Committee spoke to 45 individuals and collected 25 written statements.”

The committee also notes that a “large portion of individuals providing testimony in support of Justice Kavanaugh asked that their names be redacted out of fear that their statements might result in personal or professional retribution or personal physical harm – or even risk the safety and well-being of their families and friends,” so the committee respected those requests for anonymity and redacted their names from documents.

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