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Supreme Court could hear groundbreaking case that challenges UN immunity

As world leaders descend on New York for this year’s U.N. General Assembly, the immunity enjoyed by the organization is being challenged at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Following a devastating earthquake in 2010, Nepalese peacekeepers sent to help instead brought Cholera to Haiti – a disease unknown to the country at the time. Waste from the peacekeepers’ HQ leaked into the local river and ended up being responsible for ten thousand deaths, with hundreds of thousands contacting it.

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“My father and stepmother both died because the U.N. brought cholera to Haiti.” Mary Laventure, the lead plaintiff in the case told Fox News in an email.

Laventure wants her day in court.

“Many other Haitians, including Haitian Americans, died as well. This may be the last chance for justice for those hurt by the U.N.’s actions. The U.N. must be held responsible so they know there are consequences for the damage they cause in places like Haiti,” she said.

The plaintiffs are hoping the justices will hear their case when they start their next session in October.

Edward Flaherty, a Geneva-based lawyer who filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court on behalf of Swiss NGO, Hear Their Cries, told Fox News that if the case is accepted for review, it “will allow the Court to finally examine the constitutionality of UN immunity.”

Flaherty pointed to a case from the last session of the court as a reason to be hopeful that the justices will set a precedent that has so far led to most governments, including that of the U.S., to mostly back the immunity enjoyed by the U.N.

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Haitians make their way through a puddled street in Port-au-Prince November 19, 2010. (REUTERS)

“The court recently decided a case in its last term against the International Finance Corp, an arm of the World Bank which enjoys similar immunity to that of the UN, the Court suggested it is not terribly sympathetic to laws that deny litigants their day in court – as UN immunity has done to the injured Haitians.”

In 2016, after years of avoiding any responsibility, then U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon apologized to the people of Haiti for the United Nations’ role in the cholera outbreak, telling a meeting: “We simply did not do enough with regard to the cholera outbreak and its spread in Haiti. We are profoundly sorry for our role.”

James Haggerty, the lead counsel in the case being brought on behalf of the plaintiffs told Fox News that despite the U.N.’s reassurances and the promise of a $400 million fund, no victim has been compensated.

“The Secretary General has already apologized and accepted responsibility, stating that the evidence showed the U.N. caused the death and illness that ravaged Haiti. Any argument that they haven’t accepted responsibility for what they did to the people of Haiti is a fiction. And they had previously agreed to accept liability in exactly these sorts of situations.”

Haggerty continued: “The trust fund was announced with great fanfare, but to my knowledge, it has collected little over 5%. These trust funds are no more than PR stunts — a voluntary passing of the hat. The UN acts like they owe Haiti only voluntary acts of kindness, rather than an obligation to compensate the victims of this plague. That’s why trust funds sit near empty, while the victims of the UN’s recklessness continue to suffer. “Accepting liability isn’t a charitable act. It’s an enforceable obligation. We believe the Supreme Court is going to agree.”

A spokesman for the U.N. Secretary General asked why the world body continued to hide behind immunity in the Laventure case referred Fox News back to previous statements on the topic.

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Courtney Smith, the Acting Dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University, told Fox News that the logic for giving immunity to international organizations “ is to facilitate their ability to carry out their duties free of interference by the governments of the places they operate.”

Organizations continued: “These obstacles can be insurmountable if national governments and local actors are able to impede their work through legal restrictions and threats of politically motivated prosecutions.

“That being said, immunity must be balanced with accountability.  It cannot be a license or excuse for behavior that harms the reputation and impartiality of the organization. Even though immunity is a legal principle, its actual implementation often rests on political calculations.”

Haggerty is hopeful the justices will hear his case. “There’s a knee jerk reaction to a case against the UN — that they’re immune because they’ve always been immune. We fear that’s why there’s never even been a hearing in open court in this case. We’re hoping the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold our right to be heard.”

Meanwhile, Flaherty, who has represented several U.N. whistleblowers in corruption and retaliation cases at the World Body, said a court ruling in the plaintiffs’ favor would be groundbreaking especially in reform of the UN’s draconian practices.

“If successful, the challenge in Laventure to U.N. immunity will force the U.N. to dramatically reform its corrupt practices and root out its rogue employees, or else face a tsunami of lawsuits in the US, if not in the other jurisdictions around the world where it operates, which could threaten its very existence. 

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Flaherty concluded: “U.S. taxpayers should demand no less from a humanitarian entity such as the U.N. than it demands of multinationals that operate within its borders–obey local laws, or pay the civil and criminal consequences when it doesn’t!!”

Haggerty warned: “The next Haiti is out there just waiting to happen. Unfettered Immunity is a cancer that is rotting the UN to the core.”

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Louise Gorsuch: Why I became an American citizen

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I am an English girl who moved to America because I fell in love with a boy.  I became an American because I fell in love with this country and its ideals.

I met Neil in England.  Three months after our first date we were engaged. Within another three months, we had moved to Washington, D.C. It was a sudden, unplanned adventure, and it felt like my life had just split into a ‘before’ and ‘after.’

Unlike so many immigrants who come here because they are fleeing something – perhaps violence or political persecution – I wasn’t escaping.  My story is less dramatic but shared by many.

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Neil was working long hours at a small law firm, while I spent my days navigating the endless cultural differences that became a constant reminder I was an outsider.

Who knew, for example, that you couldn’t remove a stick of butter from the carton of four and buy it separately?  After all, the lady in front of me tore the twelve-egg carton down to six.  And why did my husband’s English speaking grandmother need him to translate for me?

Over time, I found an America that spoke directly to me. It started with a rodeo.

The first year I lived in Washington, I discovered country music on the radio and heard the ad for a rodeo being held in Frederick, Maryland – The Beast of the East!  I made Neil go with me—somewhat grudgingly, I must tell you, for Coloradans come with a healthy skepticism of rodeos this far east of Texas.

I’m a country girl and that evening opened up a whole new world for me. This was the America I would come to love. It seems trite to talk about a melting pot but the diversity of cultures and viewpoints offers a home to any soul. I had found my place.

When I became a citizen in February 2002, it was because I wanted to vote—to go all-in on the project of being in a republic premised on the right to rule oneself, and to share the obligation to make the republic work. 

The English sometimes mistake American optimism for naiveté, but the positive attitude is a strength. Maybe it’s a product of the nation’s history, which began when colonial farmers successfully fought against the odds to win their independence. Maybe it has been sustained by the constant addition of immigrants who came here to forge a better life for their families through sweat and tears. Maybe it springs from the faith of the American people that their country and its foundational principles are a force for good.  Wherever it comes from, I find that optimism infectious.

Over the last two years, our quiet life in Colorado has exploded into a public place.  Neil’s words and actions are scrutinized and interpreted—often in ways neither of us recognize. But there have also been countless people who have stopped to wish Neil well, to tell him a joke, and even (this is real) mailed him food because he looked a bit worn during his Senate hearing.

The positive experiences have been truly meaningful to us. Individuals from all political persuasions have wished us well out of kindness. A kindness that I have come to associate with the vast majority of my fellow citizens.

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The title of Neil’s new book (“A Republic, If You Can Keep It“) resonates with me. The gist of it is all in the inflection: “if you can keep it,” he says. Our Constitution protects the people’s individual freedoms, but more importantly, it secures our right to govern ourselves.

When I became a citizen in February 2002, it was because I wanted to vote—to go all-in on the project of being in a republic premised on the right to rule oneself, and to share the obligation to make the republic work. Neil’s book, in part, is a plea to all Americans to see that task as their responsibility, and not that of judges or government bureaucrats.

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Of course, we know that self-government is also messy.  When neighbors have the right to rule each other through the ballot box, they might argue bitterly.

Nowadays many hear complaints that the intensity of the noise and turmoil in today’s political culture is new, but I would refer them to our history. To me, the raised voices should be celebrated, not reviled. They are not a symptom of dysfunction but a sign of health, a demonstration that the nation can withstand the rancor that comes with self-government and, eventually, get on with the rodeo.

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Maher blasts Dems for reviving Kavanaugh battle: ‘What were you like at 17?!?’

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“Real Time” host Bill Maher took aim at Democrats on Friday night for their renewed opposition toward Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, telling them that “going after a guy for what he did in high school” looks bad.

Maher began the show’s panel-discussion segment by citing the “Kavanaugh effect” and the implication that four vulnerable Democrats lost their U.S. Senate seats in 2018 because of their opposition to the then-Supreme Court nominee — noting that Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., who backed President Trump’s appointment of Kavanaugh, was the only red-state Democrat to keep his job.

“People did not like going after a guy for what he did in high school,” Maher said. “It looked bad — and now Democrats are talking about impeaching him again?”

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“People did not like going after a guy for what he did in high school. It looked bad — and now Democrats are talking about impeaching him again?”

— Bill Maher

CNN commentator Tim Naftali — the historian and former director of the Nixon Library in California — defended the Democrats’ opposition to Kavanaugh, suggesting if there was a “dark cloud” above the justice, it should be pursued.

“From high school?” Maher reacted.

MSNBC analyst Heather McGhee sided with Naftali, stressing that the controversy is about Kavanaugh’s “character.”

But Maher doubled down.

“So you’re saying at 17, you have to have your fully-formed character,” Maher exclaimed. “Ruth Bader Ginsburg said glowing things about him. I think he’s an a——. I think he shouldn’t be on the Supreme Court.”

“Sometimes you have to do a fight even if you can’t win,” Naftali said.

“But what were you like at 17?!” Maher shot back. “I’m just telling you what the politics is… People don’t think you should go back to age 17. It just strikes them as preposterous and by the way, it’s counterproductive for Democrats winning.”

“People don’t think you should go back to age 17. It just strikes them as preposterous.”

— Bill Maher

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Last week, The New York Times walked back an explosive report about a resurfaced allegation of sexual assault against Kavanaugh from his college days. The piece by Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly was adapted from their forthcoming book, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,” and alleged that there was corroboration of an incident in which Kavanaugh, as a college student at Yale, exposed himself to a female classmate at a party.

But the Times was forced to issue an update that included the significant detail that several friends of the alleged victim said she did not recall the purported sexual assault. The newspaper also stated for the first time that the alleged victim refused to be interviewed, and has made no other comment about the episode.

Several Democratic lawmakers have called for Kavanaugh’s impeachment, including 2020 presidential candidates Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.

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Marc Thiessen: Impeach Kavanaugh? Democrats, I say go for it

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The latest smear on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is a disaster for Democrats, and everyone seems to know it except the party’s presidential candidates.

No sooner had The New York Times published a new, unsubstantiated allegation of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh, then most of the candidates demanded Kavanaugh’s impeachment.

“These newest revelations are disturbing,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., wrote on Twitter, adding “Like the man who appointed him, Kavanaugh should be impeached.”

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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., declared Kavanaugh’s “place on the court is an insult to the pursuit of truth and justice. He must be impeached.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former Obama housing secretary Julián Castro and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke joined in with impeachment calls of their own.

Even former Vice President Joe Biden demanded Congress open an investigation and “follow the evidence to wherever it leads.” That was considered the restrained response in the Democratic field.

Never mind that the supposed victim has told friends she has no recollection of the alleged incident; facts have never stood in the Democrats’ way when it comes to Kavanaugh before. If the Democratic presidential contenders want to see Kavanaugh impeached, I say go for it. Open the investigation Biden has demanded. Start impeachment hearings. And broadcast it for all of America to see.

Let’s remind voters of the disgraceful confirmation process Kavanaugh faced. Let’s relive how Democrats accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting a teenage girl, exposing himself to a college classmate and participating in gang rapes at high school parties — all without a shred of corroborating evidence.

Let’s rehash Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations, but this time with the knowledge that the principal witness Ford named to her alleged assault, Leland Keyser, is now on record saying she does not believe Ford. Let’s remind Americans how Senate Democrats denied Kavanaugh the presumption of innocence and insisted that the burden was on him to prove he was not a sexual predator.

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That sure worked out well for Democrats last time around. In 2018, the Kavanaugh debacle may have cost Democrats control of the Senate. Sens. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., and Claire McCaskill, D.-Mo., lost their seats thanks to voters disgusted by their party’s campaign of character assassination against Kavanaugh, while Democrats blew a chance to pick up GOP seats in Tennessee and Texas.

As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said at the time, the Kavanaugh hearings were “like an adrenaline shot” for the Republican base. Now, Democrats want to bring out the hypodermic needle for the 2020 elections. Sounds good to me.

On Capitol Hill, Democratic leaders know this a path to disaster. In a stunning rebuke of the party’s presidential contenders, Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin, D-Ill., told those calling for Kavanaugh’s impeachment to “get real.” “We’ve got to get beyond this ‘impeachment is the answer to every problem,'” Durbin said. “It’s become a knee-jerk reaction among many Democrats that if you’re unhappy with President Trump or some of his appointments, impeachment is a recourse. … If that’s how we are identified … we run the risk that people will feel we’re ignoring the issues that mean a lot to them as families.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., was even more succinct. Asked if the House was going to investigate the new allegation, she said “no.”

Durbin and Pelosi understand that the threats to impeach Kavanaugh are a godsend for Trump. And they come in the wake of Senate Democrats issuing an unprecedented threat to the other Supreme Court justices. In a brief, they warned that if the high court does not rule as Democrats wish in a gun case, they could “restructure” the court when they take power in the 2020 elections — packing it with liberal justices, flipping a 5-to-4 conservative majority to a liberal majority.

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Democrats do not seem to realize that when they make threats like these, they are not hurting Kavanaugh or Trump, they are hurting themselves. In 2016, 26 percent of Trump voters said Supreme Court nominees were the most important issue to them, while only 18 percent of Hillary Clinton’s voters mirrored the sentiment. As we have seen in the past two elections, when the Supreme Court is on the ballot, Democrats lose.

In other words, Democrats should not want voters to be thinking about Kavanaugh or liberal court-packing when they cast their ballots in 2020. Republicans should. So, let the impeachment proceedings begin.

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Marc Thiessen: Impeach Kavanaugh? Democrats, I say go for it

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The latest smear on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is a disaster for Democrats, and everyone seems to know it except the party’s presidential candidates.

No sooner had The New York Times published a new, unsubstantiated allegation of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh, then most of the candidates demanded Kavanaugh’s impeachment.

“These newest revelations are disturbing,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., wrote on Twitter, adding “Like the man who appointed him, Kavanaugh should be impeached.”

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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., declared Kavanaugh’s “place on the court is an insult to the pursuit of truth and justice. He must be impeached.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former Obama housing secretary Julián Castro and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke joined in with impeachment calls of their own.

Even former Vice President Joe Biden demanded Congress open an investigation and “follow the evidence to wherever it leads.” That was considered the restrained response in the Democratic field.

Never mind that the supposed victim has told friends she has no recollection of the alleged incident; facts have never stood in the Democrats’ way when it comes to Kavanaugh before. If the Democratic presidential contenders want to see Kavanaugh impeached, I say go for it. Open the investigation Biden has demanded. Start impeachment hearings. And broadcast it for all of America to see.

Let’s remind voters of the disgraceful confirmation process Kavanaugh faced. Let’s relive how Democrats accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting a teenage girl, exposing himself to a college classmate and participating in gang rapes at high school parties — all without a shred of corroborating evidence.

Let’s rehash Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations, but this time with the knowledge that the principal witness Ford named to her alleged assault, Leland Keyser, is now on record saying she does not believe Ford. Let’s remind Americans how Senate Democrats denied Kavanaugh the presumption of innocence and insisted that the burden was on him to prove he was not a sexual predator.

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That sure worked out well for Democrats last time around. In 2018, the Kavanaugh debacle may have cost Democrats control of the Senate. Sens. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., and Claire McCaskill, D.-Mo., lost their seats thanks to voters disgusted by their party’s campaign of character assassination against Kavanaugh, while Democrats blew a chance to pick up GOP seats in Tennessee and Texas.

As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said at the time, the Kavanaugh hearings were “like an adrenaline shot” for the Republican base. Now, Democrats want to bring out the hypodermic needle for the 2020 elections. Sounds good to me.

On Capitol Hill, Democratic leaders know this a path to disaster. In a stunning rebuke of the party’s presidential contenders, Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin, D-Ill., told those calling for Kavanaugh’s impeachment to “get real.” “We’ve got to get beyond this ‘impeachment is the answer to every problem,'” Durbin said. “It’s become a knee-jerk reaction among many Democrats that if you’re unhappy with President Trump or some of his appointments, impeachment is a recourse. … If that’s how we are identified … we run the risk that people will feel we’re ignoring the issues that mean a lot to them as families.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., was even more succinct. Asked if the House was going to investigate the new allegation, she said “no.”

Durbin and Pelosi understand that the threats to impeach Kavanaugh are a godsend for Trump. And they come in the wake of Senate Democrats issuing an unprecedented threat to the other Supreme Court justices. In a brief, they warned that if the high court does not rule as Democrats wish in a gun case, they could “restructure” the court when they take power in the 2020 elections — packing it with liberal justices, flipping a 5-to-4 conservative majority to a liberal majority.

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Democrats do not seem to realize that when they make threats like these, they are not hurting Kavanaugh or Trump, they are hurting themselves. In 2016, 26 percent of Trump voters said Supreme Court nominees were the most important issue to them, while only 18 percent of Hillary Clinton’s voters mirrored the sentiment. As we have seen in the past two elections, when the Supreme Court is on the ballot, Democrats lose.

In other words, Democrats should not want voters to be thinking about Kavanaugh or liberal court-packing when they cast their ballots in 2020. Republicans should. So, let the impeachment proceedings begin.

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Cal Thomas: NY Times attack on Kavanaugh an example of journalistic ineptitude and Dem bias

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When the Supreme Court, under a previous ideological majority, was handing down decisions favorable to the left, Democrats were fine with deferring to that third branch of government to achieve what they declined to produce in legislation. Some Democrats in conservative states took the position that it wasn’t their fault that cases voters regarded as constitutionally wrong and morally unprincipled were being decided. Blame the justices, not them.

The assault on the court has become worse now that Democrats see their primary avenue to legal and cultural change slipping away. The latest is the post-confirmation assault on Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Opponents failed to deny him a seat on the court with testimony from Christine Blassey Ford, who couldn’t remember important details of a sexual assault she claimed Kavanaugh perpetrated on her.

But frustrated Democrats at The New York Times keep trying. The Times published a story last Sunday that alleged Kavanaugh, while at Yale, “exposed himself and friends pushed his penis into the hands of a female student.” The incident was supposedly witnessed by a classmate, Max Stier, who went on to become a lawyer for Bill Clinton (oh, the irony), who supposedly communicated the story to the FBI and senators at the time of Kavanaugh’s nomination.

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According to The Associated Press, the Times story “was based on an upcoming book by Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, ‘The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,’ about the junior justice’s brutal confirmation battle last year.”

Kavanaugh denies the incident ever happened. The young woman the incident supposedly happened to has declined to be interviewed, and, according to friends, “doesn’t recall the incident.”

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The Washington Post reportedly had the same secondhand information about Kavanaugh a year ago, but did not run the article because it could not confirm key details.

The Times, unconcerned with key details, went full-steam ahead. The rather weak editor’s note the newspaper was forced to publish on Sunday “correcting” the story pointed out quite glaringly its journalistic ineptitude. And in what can only be described as an assault to its reputation as a trusted media outlet, the Times, said Andrew Sullivan in New York magazine, has “abandoned liberalism for activism.”

There’s an old journalistic cliché that says don’t let facts get in the way of a good story and once again the Times is so eager to keep the Supreme Court and government in general under the control of Democrats that it will publish anything, whether it is true or not, to further that goal.

You’d think the Times’ troubles would give other newspapers pause before they tried smearing a person’s reputation in pursuit of political goals, but no.

After the Times’ half-hearted correction, The Washington Post jumped into the mud pit with stories about previous attempts to impeach Supreme Court justices and promoting claims by those who say Kavanaugh’s confirmation wasn’t fair (it wasn’t for him, but that’s not what they mean).

As one would expect, several Democratic presidential candidates rushed to judgment and demanded Kavanaugh be impeached. Questions have been raised, after all, but liberal Democrats are the ones who are raising them.

It’s always the seriousness of the charge, not whether the charge has merit. When the charge is proved bogus, the left moves on to new charges against the same or other persons whose views they oppose.

As a Wall Street Journal editorial noted, “It’s important to understand that this assault on the justice is part of the left’s larger campaign against the legitimacy of the current Supreme Court and an independent judiciary.”

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This is all the left has in its dwindling arsenal. Those on the left are still after President Trump’s tax records. They hate his Supreme Court appointments. They are livid that his economic policies are working when they have always believed the economy was their issue — never mind their failure to achieve any level of success close to what Trump’s administration has accomplished.

If the Democratic Party were a defendant in court, it could credibly plead insanity. Let’s see how far this insane behavior gets them with voters in the next election.

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NYT reporters claim Kavanaugh agreed to be interviewed ‘if they wrote they didn’t talk with him’

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The New York Times reporters behind the controversial piece about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh claimed on Wednesday night that he had agreed to be interviewed for their book under the condition that they write that they didn’t speak with him.

Appearing at a National Press Club event in Washington D.C., Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, the co-authors of the new book “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,” said Kavanaugh was willing to sit down with the them, but ultimately fell through because of his demand.

“Brett Kavanaugh agreed to talk to @katekelly and @rpogrebin for their book – If they wrote that they didn’t talk to him,” National Press Club president Allison Kodjak tweeted. “The authors – who told the story tonight @PressClubDC, refused and walked away from the interview.”

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Fox News did not get an immediate response from Kavanaugh’s office.

Last weekend, the New York Times walked back an explosive report about a resurfaced allegation of sexual assault by Kavanaugh from his college days. The piece by Pogrebin and Kelly, adapted from their book, alleged there was corroboration of an incident in which Kavanaugh, as a college student at Yale, exposed himself to a female classmate at a party.

The update included the significant detail that several friends of the alleged victim said she did not recall the purported sexual assault. The newspaper also stated for the first time that the alleged victim refused to be interviewed, and has made no other comment about the episode.

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On Monday, Pogrebin and Kelly claimed that the key information missing from their piece was in the original draft and suggested that the editors removed it.

“In your draft of the article, did it include those words that have since been added to the article?” MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell asked.

“It did,” both Pogrebin and Kelly responded.

“So somewhere in the editing process, those words were trimmed,” O’Donnell said in clarification.

Pogrebin then explained that The Times doesn’t usually include names of victims and that she believed that when the editors removed the name, the crucial information that she didn’t remember was also removed.

“So I think it was just sort of an editing, you know, done in the haste in the editing process,” Pogrebin added.

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NYT reporters claim Kavanaugh agreed to be interviewed ‘if they wrote they didn’t talk with him’

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The New York Times reporters behind the controversial piece about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh claimed on Wednesday night that he had agreed to be interviewed for their book under the condition that they write that they didn’t speak with him.

Appearing at a National Press Club event in Washington D.C., Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, the co-authors of the new book “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,” said Kavanaugh was willing to sit down with the them, but ultimately fell through because of his demand.

“Brett Kavanaugh agreed to talk to @katekelly and @rpogrebin for their book – If they wrote that they didn’t talk to him,” National Press Club president Allison Kodjak tweeted. “The authors – who told the story tonight @PressClubDC, refused and walked away from the interview.”

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Fox News did not get an immediate response from Kavanaugh’s office.

Last weekend, the New York Times walked back an explosive report about a resurfaced allegation of sexual assault by Kavanaugh from his college days. The piece by Pogrebin and Kelly, adapted from their book, alleged there was corroboration of an incident in which Kavanaugh, as a college student at Yale, exposed himself to a female classmate at a party.

The update included the significant detail that several friends of the alleged victim said she did not recall the purported sexual assault. The newspaper also stated for the first time that the alleged victim refused to be interviewed, and has made no other comment about the episode.

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On Monday, Pogrebin and Kelly claimed that the key information missing from their piece was in the original draft and suggested that the editors removed it.

“In your draft of the article, did it include those words that have since been added to the article?” MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell asked.

“It did,” both Pogrebin and Kelly responded.

“So somewhere in the editing process, those words were trimmed,” O’Donnell said in clarification.

Pogrebin then explained that The Times doesn’t usually include names of victims and that she believed that when the editors removed the name, the crucial information that she didn’t remember was also removed.

“So I think it was just sort of an editing, you know, done in the haste in the editing process,” Pogrebin added.

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Clarence Thomas friend: Joe Biden told Thomas that he didn’t believe Anita Hill’s sexual harassment claims

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A close friend and former colleague of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, echoed new revelations from former Senator Orrin Hatch R-Ut., that Joe Biden did not believe Anita Hill after she accused Thomas of sexual harassment during Thomas’ Supreme Court confirmation process.

“With Senator Joe Biden, Justice Thomas has always held this very deep affection and respect for Joe Biden, because they would talk often off-the-record during the confirmation hearings.  And Biden did express to the Justice at the time that he did not believe Ms. Hill,” said Thomas friend and radio host Armstrong Williams on Fox Nation’s “Deep Dive.”

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Williams’ recollection is line with that of Biden’s former Senate colleague, Orrin Hatch, who appears in the new Fox Nation documentary, “The Confirmation Chronicles Vol. 2: High-tech Lynching.”

Senator Hatch alleges that Biden confided to him during the 1991 hearings that he doubted Hill’s story. “Biden told me personally that he didn’t believe her. He said, ‘I don’t know why she did this.’ I don’t mean to malign Joe, but Joe told me he didn’t believe her and there were some others that told me that, too.”

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Additionally, Williams claimed the Biden did not keep these feelings to himself and shared them with fellow Democrats on the Judiciary Committee, which was conducting the probe.

“And not only that.  He was clearly saying that he spoke with Metzenbaum, Simon and Kennedy and expressed to them that he did not believe it.  They expressed the same, because whatever evidence they examined, it did not convince them that any of this was true,” said Williams, referring to the late-Senators Howard Metzenbaum D-Oh., Paul Simon D-IL., and Teddy Kennedy D-Ma.

The accounts of Williams and Hatch contradict what Biden has said repeatedly about believing Hill.

In 2017, appearing at a Glamour’s Women of the Year event in New York, Biden said that he “believed Anita Hill.”

During an interview on ABC’s “The View” in April, shortly after Biden launched his current presidential campaign, Biden said “I believed her from the beginning.  I was against Clarence Thomas.  I did everything in my power to defeat Clarence Thomas…”

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Several days later, during an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Biden said again, “I believed her from the very beginning.”

Also on the “Deep Dive” panel was Carrie Severino, Author of “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court” and a former Thomas law clerk.

Severino suggested that Biden may be telling a different story for political benefit. “I think what we are seeing here in Joe Biden’s comments and frankly, in the way the American people look at Thomas is a re-imagining of history…through our modern lens.”

“Biden…told several people that he didn’t believe her.  Now, ‘Oh, that doesn’t sound so good’ so he is kind of re-writing history,” she said.

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Finally, Williams made another claim about Hill’s motivation that is also detailed in the Fox Nation documentary.

“I worked with Anita and Justice Thomas, I was at EEOC…[Anita] was the one that I would go to lunch with and she would say to me ‘[Thomas is] like a father-figure to me.  He pays me no attention but there’s no one that travels with him.  He shouldn’t travel alone.  You should try to travel with him.’

Williams continued, “What changed was Justice Thomas deciding that he was marrying Jenny Thomas – I’m just going to be candid about it because Justice Thomas had always indicated that he would never marry interracially – just something that he said he would never do. But he went on this New York trip and he fell in love with Jenny…I will tell you that’s when Anita Hill began to change.”

The Confirmation Chronicles Vol. 2: High-tech Lynching” is available exclusively on Fox Nation.

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Marc Thiessen: NY Times guilty of journalistic malpractice in reporting on Justice Kavanaugh

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A Columbia Journalism Review poll released this year found that half of all Americans have “hardly any confidence at all” in the media, which beat out even Congress as the institution for which the public has the lowest confidence.

It’s not hard to see why. This month, CNN reported that the CIA was forced to pull a highly placed source inside the Kremlin because of concerns that President Trump might burn him — when it turns out the decision to extract the source was made before Trump took office because of leaks from senior Obama administration officials.

Now, The New York Times has published an adapted excerpt from a new book by Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly in which they breathlessly describe a “previously unreported story” about how Max Stier, a male college classmate of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, notified senators and the FBI that he saw Kavanaugh expose himself to a girl at a Yale party and that “friends pushed his penis into the hand of a female student.”

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One small problem: In the book, Pogrebin and Kelly write that the female student in question “refused to discuss the incident” and that “several of her friends said she does not recall it.” That calls the entire allegation into question. Yet the Times did not include this vital information in the excerpt it published.

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Pogrebin and Kelly conveniently blamed their editors for the omission. Why didn’t they insist it be included when they reviewed the story before publication? And how then do they explain the fact that they also failed to mention it in an interview with NPR? When asked by Terry Gross the specific question, “Are there other women who have come forward?” they repeat their uncorroborated accusation without mentioning that this “other woman” not only did not come forward but also does not recall the incident.

The Times was later shamed into appending an editors’ note to the story saying “the book reports that the female student declined to be interviewed and friends say that she does not recall the incident. That information has been added to the article.”

Too little, too late. This is simply journalistic malpractice. Indeed, if prosecutors in a court of law were to do what the Times did – fail to disclose evidence that goes toward negating a defendant’s guilt – they could have their case thrown out and face potential disbarment for prosecutorial misconduct. But apparently in the court of public opinion, anything goes.

That’s not all. In their article, the reporters innocuously describe Stier as someone “who runs a nonprofit organization in Washington.” They fail to share with readers in the story the fact that Stier was a member of Bill Clinton’s legal team at the same time that Kavanaugh was working for independent counsel Kenneth Starr on the other side of the Monica Lewinsky investigation. That seems relevant information that could call his motives into question.

Amazingly, the Times story leaves out the one truly newsworthy revelation in the book. During the Kavanaugh hearings, Leland Keyser – whom Christine Blasey Ford named as a witness to her alleged assault – never testified, but her lawyer wrote the Senate Judiciary Committee that while she “has no recollection of the incident in question … she believes Dr. Ford’s account.”

In their excellent book, “Justice on Trial,” Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino first broke the news that Keyser told friends she did not in fact believe Ford. But Pogrebin and Kelly got Keyser to speak on the record for the first time.

“It would be impossible for me to be the only girl at a get-together with three guys, have her leave, and then not figure out how she’s getting home” she told them, adding “I just really didn’t have confidence in the story.” She also said she was pressured by many who “wanted me to remember something different” and threatened “behind the scenes that certain things could be spread about me if I didn’t comply.”

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For some reason, the Times did not find this news fit to print — perhaps because it strengthens the case that Kavanaugh was smeared. The only thing more shameful than the Times’s irresponsible reporting was news of all the Democratic presidential candidates who seized on the Times story to call for Kavanaugh’s impeachment.

In light of Keyser’s comments, they should be apologizing to Kavanaugh instead. And if the media want to understand why it has surpassed Congress as the least-trusted institution in the country, here is a textbook example.

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