Ralph Norman is a good ole boy, and his "joke" proves it.
Mike Davis, Chief Counsel to Nominations, has already made up his mind about Kavanaugh. He's probably not the only one.
Casey Mooney tells the story of her rape during the years Kavanaugh was at Georgetown Prep, and the culture he was steeped in. Stay with it -- there's a bit of a twist at the end.
While her strong preference is for an FBI investigation to take place first, her legal team is willing to negotiate.
Stephanie Ruhle notes that usually in these cases there is a groundswell of other accusers.
Senator Hirono is tired of playing the nice games. She's over it.
"Fox and Friends" was all for giving Trump aides and cabinet members lie detector tests to root out those leaking damaging information to the press, but suddenly they can't be trusted if applied to Judge Kavanaugh's sexual assault.
It's just a "hiccup" that will be quickly run over and they'll put Kavanaugh on the court for life anyway.
In the criminal justice system, people of color don't get a "but they were just youthful indiscretions" pass.
Hypocrisy. In 1991, Orrin Hatch Thought an FBI Background Delay was Terrific. And this confirmation process brands the GOP with the "sexual assault enabler" label for several generations.
Steven M. Alembik deleted the racist tweet after Politico contacted him and still claims he's not a racist. He's a supporter of Ron DeSantis.
When he's not doing insider trading, Wilbur Ross is lying to Congress to keep a partisan edge.
"First off, what teenage boy knows 65 women?" Colbert wondered.