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Dana Balter Has Four Questions for Katko on Kavanaugh

Just over a month after touting his background as a prosecutor to emphasize the importance of a Supreme Court nominee’s integrity, Congressman John Katko has been silent on the sexual assault allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

  1. Does Congressman Katko think the Senate should vote on Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination given the allegations against him?
  2. As a former prosecutor, does he find the multiple allegations credible given the evidence available to date?
  3. Can Judge Kavanaugh be considered “thoroughly vetted” if the Senate moves forward on a vote without a full and impartial investigation of these allegations?
  4. Do these allegations – and the response to them – raise concerns about Judge Kavanaugh’s integrity, which Congressman Katko described as the most important qualification for serving on the court?

Congressman John Katko on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, 8/13/2018:

“As a former federal prosecutor, I understand the importance of having a full and functioning Supreme Court.”

“It is critical that nominees are thoroughly vetted….”
“Nominees should be confirmed or denied based on their integrity….”

“I trust that the upcoming hearings will be rigorous and will sufficiently inform senators on the nominee’s ability to serve with integrity on the Supreme Court.”

 

 

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