Friday, August 9, 2019

The Tale Of Judiciary Jolly Jerry's Quest For Brett Kavanaugh Working Papers

Gather round, my dearies, for the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed shall tell the tale of Judiciary Jolly Jerry and his quest for Brett Kavanaugh's Working Papers.

Once upon a time, there were these FOX operatives, for it is impossible for me to recognize them as journalists, who peddle their wares by distracting the public with flesh, devoid of sources or intellect, which could have easily have been found with a basic internet search for the Wikipedia entry.

Brett did not just work with Ken Starr, he also was the one who worked on numerous investigations
The Ken Starr Special Counsel Team, featuring Brett Kavanaugh
of Bill Clinton's presidency, and allegedly wrote the Ken Starr Report, which unlocked the constitutional mechanisms for House Judiciary to commence impeachment proceedings.

Now, with this Wikipedia information in hand, executed through a basic Google search of the term "Brett Kavanaugh", this brings us to Monica Lewinsky.

It seems Brett worked with the former Chief of Staff for House Judiciary, Julian *Slimy Slime Slime* Epstein, of which I never queried on how he got the job, but I will just go out there on a limb and say Hillary Clinton more than likely had something to do with Julian getting hired because she worked on the Nixon impeachment proceedings.

She just refuses to #sayhisname

Julian *Slimy Slime Slime* Epstein, known for his "fabulous" New York parties, set up the impeachment hearings by making it into a sex scandal with Monica Lewinsky, then denied her due process of legal representation or the right to testify and tell her story, which was Whitewater.

Whitewater was the progenitor of the Detroit Land Bank Authority and was set up by Perkins Coie, which sucks.

So, now it seems Jolly Jerry Nadler is going after Brett's work product to find out how they switched out Special Counsel Bob Fiske, who supposedly was investigating the original model for stealin', which was transposed and enhanced for Detroit, recognized as the Arkansas Finance Development Authority, and replace it with #MeToo to impeach Trump.

But Doug Collins, the Ranking Member, does not like that idea of digging for a way to launch impeachment proceedings and really does not want to deal with the fact that he will not #sayhisname, nor does he want to be indicted for what happened in House Judiciary, the congressional votes, the GOP, and the children.

Doug has fear in his eyes, but only I can see it, well, maybe not just me....

I know Justin Amish knows why Doug has fear.

I know Bob MAXIMUS GOODLATTECUS Goodlatte knows the origin of this fear.

Jason Chaffetz also knows what this fear is.

Brett used to work on George Bush's campaign with John Roberts in the Florida ballot "chad" issue.

Brett also worked as a staff secretary during 911, so Brett knows stuff because he was recruiting federal judges for appointments.

Senate Judiciary knows all about this, but intentionally neglected to address this in Brett's SCOTUS confirmation hearings, and instead, pulled the old switch-o-change-o model and give the public another sex scandal, to distract the masses in another Pied Piper campaign, just like they are trying to do with the impeachment proceedings.

See, the impeachment proceedings are really not about Trump.

The impeachment proceedings are being constructed as a cover up for not having to #sayhisname, but they have no choice but to #sayhisname because I am going to make them say it.

This is sanguinely entertaining because I know Slimy Slime Slime is advising Jolly Jerry.

This is about Medicaid fraud in child welfare and we are in a Constitutional Crisis.


Jerry Nadler makes new push for Kavanaugh’s White House records

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler is moving to bring new scrutiny to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s past, asking the National Archives on Tuesday to release a large cache of records related to his time in George W. Bush's White House.

In a letter from Nadler and Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.), another senior Judiciary Committee member, the lawmakers said accessing the records are essential to "the public's faith in the integrity of the judiciary."

The effort reopens a debate over Kavanaugh's nomination, which became the subject of fierce partisan rancor during his confirmation hearings last year after Kavanaugh faced allegations of sexual assault.

Democrats also argued they lacked access to records pertaining to Kavanaugh's government work that were important to his qualifications. Ultimately, the Senate supported his nomination along nearly partisan lines, but Democrats vowed to continue seeking records about his background.

Nadler and Johnson emphasized that the Senate only received a sliver of Kavanaugh's records from his White House tenure, which ran from 2001 to 2006, when he served in the White House counsel's office and later as staff secretary.

Then-Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley requested records from Kavanaugh's time in the counsel's office but later withdrew his request after the committee received some of the documents it sought.

But Nadler and Johnson say the likelihood that Kavanaugh will rule on matters like abortion rights, executive authority and other topics within the purview of the Judiciary Committee increases the urgency for them to obtain the full slate of records from his White House tenure — information they say is on track to be released in 2021 anyway under the Presidential Records Act.

In the interim, the committee members say the National Archives and Records Administration should begin producing documents that Grassley initially requested and then, on a "rolling basis," Kavanaugh's emails and any "textual records" in his office files from his time as staff secretary.

The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee ripped Nadler's push as "harassment" of Kavanaugh.

“Chairman Nadler’s request is so far outside the scope of judicial ethics, it’s harassment,” said Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.). “Senate Democrats spent months launching false accusations in an attempt to smear Justice Kavanaugh’s reputation and block his confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, and now House Democrats want to follow suit with yet another fishing expedition to tarnish his good name.”

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