Date: September 18, 2018
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Mat Staver
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Mat Staver is the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, a non-profit litigation, education, and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of human life, and the family. Mat has argued two landmark cases before the Supreme Court
Mat began by noting that since the first week of hearings when he last appeared on Crosstalk, things just got worse in the Brett Kavanaugh nomination process. There’s eyewitness evidence that people were being paid $50 per person to protest, they were signing civil disobedience forms, and they were getting orchestrated/coordinated text messages and e-mails while in the confirmation room. These communications would tell them what to scream, when to scream and when to scream louder. Then when they would get arrested, their fines were paid for by various organizations such as Linda Sarsour’s Women’s March.
Eventually, 10 Democrats on the committee voted to cancel or delay the hearings. Each vote had to be voted down. When that hearing finished, it meant they would come back and this week they would vote Brett Kavanaugh out of committee (this Thursday).
Since they weren’t able to cancel the hearings or shake Kavanaugh during testimony, his opponents sent a letter from Dianne Feinstein to the FBI, a letter that the FBI isn’t investigating. Mat indicated that Feinstein held this letter for at least 6 weeks. The letter, from a woman named Christine Blasey Ford, alleges that when she was in high school (36 years ago), Brett Kavanaugh got drunk and tried to sexually assault her. She doesn’t remember the exact year, where the alleged incident occurred, how she got to the alleged home where it occurred or how she got home. Originally she said there were 4 people involved, now she’s changed that to 2 people.
Mat believes this was a, ‘…last minute, pressured release by other Democrats and their radical public interest organizations in which she was saving this in case they could not torpedo the nomination…’
This broadcast includes a look at Christine Blasey Ford’s connections to the political ‘left’, her parents loss in a past foreclosure case overseen by Kavanaugh’s mother, Clarence Thomas audio from 1991, an explanation of the Soros connection, and response from Crosstalk listeners.
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