Christine Blasey Ford Still Can't Return Home Due to Threats

Christine Blasey Ford Still Can't Return Home Due to Threats

She said she believed that Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, was sexually assaulted, but that there was no corroboration that Kavanaugh was her assailant.

"My greatest fears have been realized-and the reality has been far worse than what I expected", she said. "These measures have been recommended by the Senate Sergeant at Arms and the United States Capitol Police, who are working in coordination with the Maine State Police and local law enforcement", Clark said in a statement.

"By awarding Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as a distinguished alumna, UNC Chapel Hill sends a message to her, to our students, faculty, and staff, and to the larger community of the U.S. and the world that we believe her-that UNC Chapel Hill believes survivors of sexual assault-and that we recognize the inordinate courage it took for her to take the moral and ethical stand that she did in testifying about her sexual assault experience in front of the world", Hu writes. Fighting allegations of sexual misconduct from three decades ago, he won confirmation by a razor-thin margin on Saturday over the screaming objections of Democrats and women's groups in all corners of the nation.

Hirono was not alone in her concerns about Collins' speech on the Senate floor on Friday and the decision to vote for Kavanaugh.

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"She had an opportunity to make history", said Maine Democrat Rosa Scarcelli, a businesswoman who previously ran for governor and is among Collins' many potential challengers. That-not Kavanaugh's lies, or his troubling judicial record, or Ford's credible testimony about what he did to her-was what Collins felt the need to lecture Americans about. "I do believe that she was assaulted".

"There was no corroboration on Brett Kavanaugh's bald assertion that he didn't do it", said Hirono, emphasizing her discontent with what she saw as an inadequate FBI investigation. Susan Collins (R-Maine, shown above left) defending her vote for the nominee, which outraged Sen.

In Washington, President Donald Trump said today that he thought Collins was "incredible" and that she "gave an impassioned, handsome speech".

"It's certainly been a difficult situation", she said of the hard feelings over the Kavanaugh nomination.

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Annie Clark, a spokeswoman for Collins in Washington, D.C., said the entry had been corrected, and she questioned why the incident was even being treated as news. "And I know it for a fact because I spoke with her, she didn't stop".

Collins gave the White House a reason to be optimistic when she told CNN she found it to be a 'very thorough investigation'. "And that was from the heart, that was from the heart". Susan Collins, whose decision to support Brett Kavanaugh was key to his confirmation to the Supreme Court.

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In the nomination letter, Ho writes, "Dr. Blasey Ford giving her testimony, speaking truth to power, was an inspiration for so many of us".

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