Can a Supreme Court nominee be taken down by an accuser with no evidence and who the prosecutor assigned to question her found “unconvincing?” That would be the wish of many Left-wing activists today, but David Catron, writing at The American Spectator suggests that the frustrating farce of the Kavanaugh/Ford drama is almost over. He writes (abridged):
Rachel Mitchell, the Arizona prosecutor who conducted yesterday’s Judiciary Committee examination of Christine Blasey Ford, provided a 30-minute analysis of her findings to Republicans Thursday evening.
According to multiple reports, Mitchell heard nothing from Ford that she found worthy of prosecution. According to a Politico report, “She told them that as a prosecutor she would not charge Kavanaugh or even pursue a search warrant.
The good news is that Kavanaugh has already been so thoroughly vetted that the FBI is unlikely to find anything new that will hurt his chances of being confirmed in the near future.
Combined with Rachel Mitchell’s conclusion that Ford’s accusations aren’t even worthy of a search warrant, another clean FBI report will convince any objective observer that the Kavanaugh smear was just another Democratic dirty trick.
The frustrating farce is almost over.
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