Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, is still asking Christine Blasey Ford’s legal team to turn over information relating to her allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
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Fox News’ Shannon Bream tweeted out a copy of a letter sent by Grassley to Blasey Ford’s attorneys. In the letter, dated Thursday, Grassley specifically asks for “records and descriptions” of any communications between Blasey Ford and any senators, particularly Democrats Dianne Feinstein of California and Mazie Hirono of Hawaii.
He also is seeking any records relating to communications with Debbie Ramirez and Julie Swetnick – two other women, who have made claims against Kavanaugh.
Grassley cites “recently uncovered information” in renewing his request for information. He did provide specific details about the new information.
And he said: “I urge you once again, now for the third time in writing, to turn over the therapy notes, polygraph materials and communications with The Washington Post that Dr. Ford has relied upon as evidence.
Meanwhile, Kavanaugh defended his career and his character in a column in The Wall Street Journal.
“I do not decide cases based on personal or policy preferences,” he wrote. “I am not a pro-plaintiff or pro-defendant judge. I am not a pro-prosecution or pro-defense judge. I am a pro-law judge.”