90 Miles From Tyranny : SUSPICIOUS: Deep State DOJ and FBI Still Have Not Responded to GOP Senators or Filed Charges Against the Far Left Activists for Criminal Conduct During Kavanaugh Hearings

Thursday, February 13, 2020

SUSPICIOUS: Deep State DOJ and FBI Still Have Not Responded to GOP Senators or Filed Charges Against the Far Left Activists for Criminal Conduct During Kavanaugh Hearings









On October 8, 2019, Republican Senators Grassley, Graham, Lee, Cruz, Cornyn, Crapo, Tillis, Kennedy, and Blackburn ask the DOJ and FBI about the status of four criminal referrals made by the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding the baseless claims made against Kavanaugh, The criminal referrals were made one year before their letter.

Via Mike Cernovich and Ryan Saavedra.

The GOP Senators asked the Barr DOJ and FBI Director Chris Wray where they were on the status of the criminal referrals against four individuals for making materially false statements and obstructing the Senate investigation into alleged misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh.

Here again are the four criminal referrals sent to the DOJ and FBI in October 2018 by Senate Republicans.
1. The first referral, dated September 29, 2018, relates to a false allegation made by an individual who told the Committee that he had direct knowledge that Judge Kavanaugh assaulted a close friend on a boat in the harbor at Newport, Rhode Island in 1985. 1 After the Committee extensively questioned Judge Kavanaugh about the allegation, the individual recanted and apologized on social media for making the false allegation.

2. The second referral, dated October 25, 2018, relates to false allegations made by Mr. Michael Avenatti and his client, Ms. Julie Swetnick.2 In a September 23, 2018, email to Committee staff, Mr. Avenatti stated that he and Ms. Swetnick were aware of evidence that during the 1980s, Judge Kavanaugh participated in the “targeting of women with alcohol/drugs in order to allow a ‘train’ of men to subsequently gang rape them.“3 Committee staff interviewed Judge Kavanaugh and ten other individuals in connection with these allegations, which were outlined in graphic detail in a sworn statement to the Committee purportedly written and signed by Ms. Swetnick.

3. The third referral, dated October 26, 2018, relates to evidence that Mr. Avenatti falsified a sworn statement to the Committee in order to provide support for Ms. Swetnick’s unfounded allegations.4 The sworn statement by an unknown declarant claimed that Judge Kavanaugh had spiked the punch at house parties with Quaaludes and/or grain alcohol in order to make “girls more likely to engage in sexual acts and less likely to say ‘No. “‘5 NBC News later reported on a series of contacts with the purported declarant, who stated that she had denied the key allegations in the declaration both before and after the statement was publicly released and that Mr. Avenatti had “twisted [her] words.”6

4. The fourth referral, dated November 2, 2018, relates to allegations made by...


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