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Dem Rep. Joe Kennedy Accuses Senate GOP of ‘Prosecuting a Survivor’ in Kavanaugh Hearings

Published: Sep 27, 2018 2:10 PM

Dem Rep. Joe Kennedy Accuses Senate GOP of 'Prosecuting a Survivor' in Kavanaugh Hearings

Associate Joe Kennedy III (D-MA)tweeted Thursday that Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee were “prosecuting a victim” and “cross-examining a survivor,” by asking Dr. Christine Blasey Ford for fundamental details regarding her sexual misconduct allegations against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.They’re prosecuting

a victim. Cross-examining a survivor. Last time I inspected she wasn’t the one asking our nation for a job promotion.

— Rep. Joe Kennedy III (@RepJoeKennedy) September 27, 2018

Republican counsel Rachel Mitchell has been questioning Christine Blasey Ford about her claims that Kavanaugh pinned her down, groped her, and tried to rape her when he was drunk during an event in high school. Kavanaugh completely rejects the claims and is set to affirm Thursday afternoon.Thus far, Ford’s

emotional account of what occurred elicited sympathy from the committee and appreciation from the Democrats. Nevertheless, she has actually had problem with certain realities throughout questioning such as whether or not she revealed therapy notes to the Washington Post, why her fear of flying was mentioned as a reason for not pertaining to the hearing regardless of her having taken a trip thoroughly for vacation, and what day she took a polygraph test. Rep. Kennedy’s uncle, the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, faced his own analysis

over treatment of females due to the infamous occasions that took place at Chappaquiddick when he drove Mary Jo Kopechne off of a bridge and left her there to drown. Kennedy didn’t report the incident for 9 hours and she passed away from suffocation. Investigators found that if Kennedy had actually called the authorities immediately, she might have been rescued.