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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Two if you wanna be on the. Program. Donald Trump responded to Hillary Clinton's criticism of the Cavanaugh event. She's very very ballads tanking the integrity to court at Trump said, I guess that's why she lost. She doesn't get it. She never did. Hillary said what was done last night in the White House is a political rally at further undermined the image and integrity of the court. A reporter during a press availability the oval orifice asked Trump about our comments. What's your response to Hillary? What's your response to Hillary's saying that last night swearing in was a political event? Trump's that. I guess that's why she lost. She doesn't get it. She never did. I knew that a long time ago. Hillary never got it. That's why she lost. Hillary also said get this that that sex claims against her husband are not like. The Cavanaugh confirmation because her husband faced intense investigation. Hillary has a point we have to acknowledge she has a point the allegations against her husband were substantiated, they were investigated and Bill Clinton was found to be guilty. He was found to be guilty of all kinds of things Cavanaugh is not has not and will not be. There's not a single allegation against cavenaugh that has any evidence or corroboration, but all of the allegations against Bill Clinton have been proven Hillary's, right? She doesn't intend to be. But she is right. The allegations against her husband were substantiated Bill Clinton paid an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar settlement to Paula Jones. Jennifer flowers had audiotapes of his come ons to her. Juanita broaddrick told others about her rape immediately. There was a pattern with Bill Clinton and sexual harassment. There's no such pattern with cabin. All all speaking of that. Did you hear about this? Jane mayer. Part of the duo, Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow writing at the New Yorker that second story the New Yorker came out with that not even the New York Times would print because they couldn't validate any of it. Jane Mayer showed up at what was it? The atlantic. There was some kind of a. Convention or festival or some such thing. New Yorker reporter Jayme mayor suggested in an interview that she and Ronan Farrow reported on Deborah Ramirez. Uncorroborated allegations of misconduct by Cavanaugh out of eagerness to show a pattern of such behavior. Mayor told L magazine her recollection of the Thomas hearings Ajay's. Yeah. So having watched this before I knew that key issues would be whether the judge had a pattern of similar behaviors since that helps establish who's telling the truth when there's a standoff. There wasn't a pattern. This is amazing. She ran uncorroborated story to illustrate a pattern. I'm almost speechless. In my attempt to explain this. The first story that was run about Deborah Ramirez. Nobody could corroborate her story kept changing. There was no evidence for it. The New York Times found it so bad. They wouldn't they wouldn't allude to it much less reprint aspects of it. And so Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow, run a second story that isn't true just to establish a pattern. In other words. We're gonna lie twice. We're going to run a false story. I that has no backup. And then we're going to run a second story to show a pattern because I remember that with Clarence Thomas other women came forward and showed a pattern and it helped us persuade people at Thomas was guilty. And so we wanted to show a pattern of behavior with cavenaugh pattern. Abi you couldn't even substantiate a single allegation be it from ballsy Ford or be it from Ramirez or from avenue. Ottis client was her name, sweat, Nick. I mean, this is a flat out admitting. Yeah, we made up a second story. Well, didn't use those words, but yeah, we wanted to show a pattern. So essentially, they're saying we believe we can convince people something happened just by writing a story alleging it, and of course, they're buddies in the left will gladly accept an allegation is fact and then act on it. Yeah. We needed to show a pattern here is Krista. Smithville ohio. You're next. I'm glad you waited. Hi, hi, rush. Very very cool to talk to you. Thank you. So I was just wondering I was concerned and wanted to get your thoughts. You mentioned this a little bit yesterday, but with this mob rule as it is and with Hillary claiming that their party needs. No civility right now. I just get worried with the moms and the leftist activists and them threatening. Or if they begin to salt people, it just has me worried about provoking violence to the point where we don't do anything pro-trump or put Trump stickers in our yard on our cars because we truly are the silent majority. We're not out there showing it. I mean, I've been to rally, but it just hasn't really scared and worried. Living my day each day. Totally understandable. You mean you need your your your support for Trump is not wavering? But you don't you don't feel safe. Publicly demonstrating or showing is that basically, right? Correct. I don't blame you a bit. The only thing that will worry me is if you said you were thinking about dropping support for Trump just to make. Oh, no. No. No, no. I just it worries me with a lot of people are worried about this. I'll tell you. I think you I think there are a lot of people like you who just don't want to call attention to themselves because this is an insane group of people, and they're showing a willingness to assault and intimidate attack. Anybody and you're right to think that violence is just around the corner and who wants to bring that on. So your point is that there are a lot of people like you who are gonna vote the way Trump would want them to vote for him. I e for Republicans coming up in this election that nobody may be counting. Yes. You know? Nobody's got signing signs in the yards. Everybody. I talked to is a hundred percent maga- don't Trump, and nobody talks about it. And it's almost like, you know, we whisper about it like who are you? Okay with Trump. Oh, yes is how in the old in the old Soviet Union? People would go to the bathrooms in their house to whisper to each other. What they really. I thought because they frayed that the state that the regime was listening to him. And so you're basically describing describing the same thing the difference is that in in two thousand sixteen there were Trump yard signs everywhere. You went in states across this country. They're not there. Now, Trump isn't on the ballot either. So. You you might not be all that many Trump signs to be put in yards. But but your point is the outward support for Donald Trump. Is is being suppressed by people to not call attention themselves. Well, you're concerned about violence is shared. Let me grab summit number nine. Listen to this Krista. This is rand Paul. He was on FOX and friends today, and Ainsley Ainsley Earhardt. So you have a big fear about this rhetoric. Your fear is that somebody's going to get killed someone almost did. I was there at the ball field. When Stephen Scalise almost died from a very very angry violent man who was incited really by rhetoric on the left and this hasn't been reported enough when he came onto the field with a semiautomatic weapon firing probably close to two hundred shots at us shooting five people and almost killing Steve Scalise. He was yelling this is for healthcare. He also had a list of conservative legislators.

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That's all lightning Panthers Saturday night at six thirty on nine seventy LA the home of lightning hockey. This is the Schnitt show. Republicans have signified that as they're reading the supplemental FBI investigation. There is nothing new. There is nothing to corroborate the allegations made by Dr Ford or the second accuser this, Deborah Ramirez. There's nothing absolutely zero. You know, when you have one of the big CNN political commentators is David chalian when you hear him say that the ball game is over. Meaning that cavenaugh is going to be confirmed. I you know, that that's pretty damn significant because of the way that flake and Collins are signifying that they're gonna vote that their yes votes. However, I I'm not saying that this is one hundred percent over because we are thrown curve balls. It's look when we are look how we've gotten here. I nothing is certain anymore. Nothing absolutely zero. But it is looking. Like Kavanagh's headed toward a confirmation. Even though he has been just unfairly maligned than stained and destroyed and his family his kids his wife. I mean, it's really just grotesque, and essentially the Democrats they have resulted essentially to argue. About the process. Right. So, you know, Democrats are left with nothing else to argue except about the process and when you're down to making arguments about process. Well, kinda means you're losing and you're losing bad. So as far as I've got the quotes here. And again, I don't think he can a hundred percent count on anything. But this is the way it certainly is looking that Collins and flake, you're gonna yes because Collins, Susan Collins from Maine said, quote, it appears to be a very thorough investigation. But I'm going back later today to personally read the interviews. That's really all I have to say right now. But it appears to be a very thorough investigation is what Collins, and of course, Collins is relying on a lot of her staffers, and and, you know, her other colleagues, etc. Flake Jeff flake said we asked the FBI. To investigate current credible allegations. That's what they've done I had planned to vote for him before. But I certainly wanted the FBI the professionals to look at it, and they have and I think they've been thorough. So all you need. You don't need the Democrats. You don't need Joe Manchin. You don't need Heidi Heitkamp, Heidi. Heitkamp told a TV station Fargo North Dakota earlier today that she's a no vote. So mansion is still undecided. So if you get Collins, and you get flake, then it's a done deal. You don't even need more Cousy by the way Mukasey this just out in the last thirty minutes or so from the Anchorage daily news, and they write them Rakowski told reporters that she did not yet know whether the FBI had been thorough enough in its investigation or spoken to enough witnesses asked whether she felt that she'd been given enough time to consider the decision before voting this weekend. Rakowski added I certainly hope so yes. So that's what we're getting now from cow ski flake.

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on The Young Turks

"They think it's perfectly fine because they don't want any additional information every bit of information that has come out since this FBI investigation started has hurt Kavanagh's credibility, and so they don't want any more Republican voters. Don't care at all because they've never been interested in the actual facts of whether Cavanaugh assaulted Christine, Blasi Ford, and honestly, more importantly, and perhaps more scary. They don't care either way whether it happened or didn't happen. They don't find that to be something that should. Disqualify you from being on. There was something that I thought I, if you do fine, you have their testimony there sworn testimony from last week. Now, if the f. by f. b. i. interrogates each of them, you might have some discrepancies in their own stories. That's the first thing I thought I was like. Well, of course you're going to be the first to players in the whole scenario. I then there's any discrepancy, any discrepancies in their stories. You thinking, oh, what point were they not telling the truth? Who knows again, if you're looking for the truth, maybe the accuser is the one who's not telling the truth to be. I don't. You want that answer to interrogate her and ask him the same thing that she was asked Newport, not interested. So her lawyers put out a statement saying that this is cannot be called an investigation since it didn't interview her nor the witnesses that they put forward who could crop rate her testimony. They're profoundly disappointed and they should be because they had between eight and twenty depending on who you talk to witnesses at bay said, could corroborate what happened. Thirty six years ago. The f. b. I talked to literally none of them. They were not interested that is there's a similar sort of situation with some of the other accusations. So Deborah Ramirez, they did actually interview that was the second accuser, but all of the various people that say that they can corroborate that at the time they knew that Brett Cavanaugh had done what Deborah Ramirez allegis she did. They didn't interview because they don't care. Mark. Judge they talked him are judge, but did they go and talk to the supermarket that she says she saw him working at that could sort of hone in on exactly when this alleged assault happened now they didn't do that apparently were barred from doing it. So again, the Senate Republicans and the White House want to say that they're not getting involved in this. They're not limiting it, but that is what actually happened in terms of the witnesses. And in terms of what areas of investigation they could actually go into, I wanna give you a little bit more information about what the FBI could have gotten from some of those witnesses that Deborah Ramirez suggested. One has gone forward and gone public. I should say. Because he tried to get in touch with the FBI and the guy would not return his calls. This is Kenneth uphold. This is one of brick Kavanagh's college roommates..

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Good. Keystone, light boldly without hesitation or reservation. I mean, that just makes me want to drink a cheap beer. It could also then be endorsed by cavenaugh, so just comes full circle. Exactly. Roche also believes that Deborah Ramirez who accuse cavenaugh of exposing himself. He believes her. So he said, I cannot remember ever having a reason to distrust anything larger small that I've heard from Debbie is I think he married Debbie. It seems like link, of course others have you noticed Kavanagh's wife in every photo in video. Looks like she's like, so pissed off to be there. She's not real happy. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure she is, but even like family photos going back five years, check it out. There's a lot more to this Cavanaugh stuff that that we haven't talked about the past couple of days. Mark judges book wasted tales of gen-x. Drunk is now selling almost two thousand dollars Amazon, which is a lot of scratch off and cartons of cigarettes for for Marco, desperately needs go. So his book his book that he wrote about Bart cavenaugh, which not about breath, Cavanaugh different guy as we know, right, that's selling for two thousand dollars a copy right now. Yes, it's pretty obvious what's going on here. This is this big. Just a big setup from Donald Trump to sell a book for a shitload of money. He's been. He's been playing seven dimensional chess, this even the name Mark judge is it sounds like a name like Mark or John Barron Trump would come up with a half-baked name. He's like, okay, I need to make some money off of a book. What's it? Good name about a guy that's friends with pre court. Just Mark judge. Okay. His name's Mark judge two thousand dollars a pop. I'm going to be billionaire. That's pretty clear. Somehow talk someone out of talk off, supreme Justice like, no, that's that's. That's too on the nose Donald biff back to the future because this book was written in ninety eight. He went back in time and create wrote a, he wrote a bunch of he did a bunch of these. This one's the one that played out for judge it. Judges mom is gonna make a million dollars off this for sure. She's the only one with copies. Another interesting story related Kavanagh is an ex boyfriend of the Cavanaugh accuser. Christine blazey Ford claims. He saw Ford helping a woman prepare for a polygraph test, and that goes completely against what Ford said and her sworn testimony when she was asked if she'd ever prepared herself for polygraph or help anyone prepare for polygraph and she's like, no, why would I do that? He also said still over, yeah, ex boyfriend might not be super what? Yeah. What about Ron? Yeah. And on Wednesday. Also, Christine Boise, Ford's attorney responded Senate Judiciary committee chairman, Charles grace, Grassley requests. For the therapy notes that she has from her therapist and for the polygraph data. And he said, absolutely not. So that some people like, why would you? Why would they high that information? It's bold move saying no to that guy will it actually might come to an unseen because senators are going to be able to start reading the FBI investigation. There summary into the Cavanaugh background reinvestigation as soon as today it's morning and first Grassley is gonna, get a crack at it and then finds Feinstein, and then everyone else. And what we know right now, we just know that the Cavs legged skis even more and sometimes hung with bar fighters have their you before comes right now. All you know is like all this shit that popped up this week. None of it's in the FBI investigation that comes out Friday. And lastly, in late breaking Wednesday night news, Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell through his neck, wait around and filed for cloture an action that moves the Senate closer to a final confirmation vote, which might place take on light take place on Saturday..

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"I believe we I investigation on Brett cavern on now has more to work with tonight than it did last night, including this statement tonight by Brett Cavanaugh's Yale roommate, Chad leading ten. Roommate said he never saw him blackout. He. He was with him when he got home at night and saw when he woke up your response to that. I unfortunately believe that my my probably now is is lying. Brad Kavanagh was questioned under oath last week about his drinking because he was accused of an attempted rape with his friend Mark judge while he was drunk stumbling drunk according to Dr Christine blassie Ford. And in the Senate confirmation hearing brick Kevin was questioned under oath about his drinking in college because Dever Ramirez has accused Brad Kavanagh of aggressively exposing himself to her while he was drunk stumbling drunk at a party in a Yale dormitory. Deborah Ramirez says that when she had to push cavenaugh away, she was forced to touch him in a way that disgusted and horrified her and so- descriptions of Brett Cavanaugh being belligerent and aggressive while being drunk at Yale are now highly relevant to the FBI background investigation of Brett Cavanaugh Brett Kevin under oath answers to last week. Last week's questions about drinking Dow the basis of this week's questions about perjury, the New York Times. Times is now reporting according to unnamed White House sources that the f. b. i. will actually be allowed to interview anyone the FBI deems necessary in the cavenaugh investigation. After initial order from the White House limited the FBI investigation do interviewing only four people in those four people did not include Brett Kavanagh or Dr Christine blessing Ford, but did include Deborah Ramirez Friday on this program to women who were roommates of Deborah Ramirez at Yale said that Brett Kevin are frequently got very drunk and they believe that his Senate testimony minimizing his drinking was a lie because they themselves both drank with Brett cavenaugh while in college. Both of the women said that they believe Deborah Ramirez, Deborah Ramirez, accusations against Brett Kevin on yesterday Cheddington that Yale classmate of birth Kevin was issued a written statement saying that he was deeply troubled by Brett Kavanagh's description of his. Is drinking at Yale. Cheddington is now a professor at North Carolina State university. He was a varsity basketball player at Yale. Brick Cavanaugh was not on the varsity team, but he enjoyed socializing with the varsity players according to Chad leading him in his written statement, professor leading ten said quote, Brett was a frequent drinker and a heavy drinker. I know because especially in our first two years of college, I often drank with him on many occasions. I heard Brett slurring his words and saw him staggering from alcohol consumption, not all of which was beer when Bret got drunk. He was often belligerent and aggressive on on one of the last occasions. I purposely socialized with Brett. I witnessed him respond to a semi hostile remark, not by diffusing the situation, but by throwing his beer in the man's face and starting a fight that ended with one of our mutual friends in jail..

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Mitch McConnell: No more delays

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Mitch McConnell: No more delays

"Mitch McConnell says he won't stand for any more delays in the Senate will vote this week on Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court. But as corespondent Jessica Schneider reports the FBI is investigating allegations of sexual assault. And that investigation is underway. With more interviews, including one with accuser, Deborah Ramirez. Already conducted other people the FBI has spoken with Leland Kaiser and PJ Smith both were identified by Christine Blasi Ford as being at the party where her assault allegedly occurred. They told the Senate Judiciary committee. They don't recall the party or the incident, but are willing to cooperate with the FBI.

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Christine Blasey Ford hasn't heard from FBI, lawyer says

Purity Products

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Christine Blasey Ford hasn't heard from FBI, lawyer says

"This newly ordered FBI investigation of supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. Remember, this is the probe in which according to President Trump. The F B I has free rein. Well, now, we're learning about the list of witnesses suggested by Senate Republicans, and apparently neither judge Cavin. I nor Christine Blasi Ford are on that list. Excuse me. They are not expected to be interviewed despite Dr Ford's attorneys telling reporters that they have reached out several times, and that they want Dr four to talk to the FBI, however, just a short time ago confirmation that investigators did speak today with this woman. Deborah Ramirez, another woman who accuses judge Kavanagh's sexual misconduct, but who did not give testimony on Capitol Hill. A source close to the FBI investigation says Ramirez today gave agents the names of other witnesses right cavenaugh strongly denies the accusations from both Ramirez and four now as for whether the FBI will have quote free rein at least two sources close to the investigation are doubting. That CNN was told today that the White House is working closely with Senate Republicans to steer the FBI investigation and keep its scope as narrow as possible White House. Correspondent for Sanchez is with us now Boris one makes those sources believe. So strongly that the FBI is actually working under some restriction. We'll those sources are indicating of the way that this process is playing out the White House, which was essentially compelled to launch this investigation by Zona Senator Jeff flake is sort of guiding the process, according to these sources of the White House with input from some Senate Republicans is maintaining that the focus should exclude certain subjects that judge break. Cavanaugh was grilled on during his Thursday testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee. Those sources are indicating that only a handful of interviews are going to take place of that questions about a brick Kevin was drinking habits in high school will be avoided something that Democrats again pressed him on during his testimony. Once the FBI concludes their investigation their interviews with the subjects they will end pass along the information to the White House. They don't come up with any conclusions themselves. Ultimately, what we're hearing from sources is that typically, that's the way this. Procedure is carried out, but some Democrats are raising red flags notably Senator Amy klobuchar of who definitely pressed judge Cavanaugh during the confirmation process. She's concerned that the White House may be having too much input. And exactly what the FBI is going to be asking. Now press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked about this on one of the Sunday morning talk shows, she says that the White House doesn't want to micromanage the FBI, but she didn't answer. Whether she knew if White House counsel, Don Mcgann, had specifically indicated to the FBI that they should interview certain people or not or if he could ask certain questions or not she said, she didn't know, and what does the word from President Trump about these developments is he saying anything about this investigation now in its third day. President Trump went in on Twitter yet again today already launching attacks at Democrats suggesting that they won't be happy, regardless of what the results of this investigation shows. Does he wrote quote? Wow. Just starting to hear the Democrats were only thinking of struck and delay are starting to put

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Cavanaugh, Deborah Ramirez and FBI discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Cavanaugh, Deborah Ramirez and FBI discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The probe includes at least one other claim of sexual misconduct. Attorney confirming the FBI has asked interview Deborah Ramirez about claims the judge bread Cavanaugh also sexually assaulted her. While they were classmates a deal those questions portable one week delay in Cavanaugh supreme court confirmation vote as the FBI checks claims of assault. Professor Christine Blasi Ford says Cavanaugh tried to rape her when they were. Both teams Ramirez says a drunken cavenaugh exposed himself to her at a party cavenaugh denies all the claims Andy Field

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Deborah Ramirez, Christine Blassie Ford and FBI discussed on Carolina Focus

Carolina Focus

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Deborah Ramirez, Christine Blassie Ford and FBI discussed on Carolina Focus

"The FBI investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by supreme court nominee. Bright cabinet is going beyond those of Christine blassie Ford. Deborah Ramirez who accused of sexual misconduct when he was a Yale student is part of the bureau's investigation of the supreme court nominee

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"From ABC news. I'm Todd ant. We are America. And our hearts bleed red. Why add blow rallying supporters in West Virginia Saturday night. President Trump slammed Democrats at the cavenaugh confirmation hearing saying they'll do anything to seize power. American people saw the brilliant and really incredible character quality and courage of our nominee for the United States Supreme court judge Greg capitol, Trump speaking in wheeling at a tweet from President Trump late Saturday night, taking aim at another news organization tweeting NBC news incorrectly reported that I was limiting the FBI investigation of judge cavenaugh and witnesses only to certain people actually I want them to interview, whomever, they deem appropriate at their discretion. Please. Correct. Your reporting and attorney for Deborah Ramirez, confirms to ABC news that she's been contacted by the FBI Ramirez is the second woman to accuse supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual misconduct. Former FBI agent and ABC news contributor, Brad guy. Tells us what FBI agents will be asking witnesses skit he drink, for example, to the to the extent that he blacked out because that could become relevant as far as the sexual assault is concerned. So you'd really have to tighten up the information on probably the fraternity he was in how much did they drink was their life. Around drinking, and or women the Senate Judiciary committee push back. A full Senate vote by a week rescue workers in Indonesia, still sifting through the debris in the coastal community of polo, which was heavily affected following a seven point five magnitude earthquake and devastating tsunami. Priscilla Kristen spokesperson for international aid group World Vision in Jakarta, spoke with ABC news also impacted more than nine hundred villages in in Palo and in.

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FBI reaches out to Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez

Eric Metaxas

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

FBI reaches out to Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez

"The second woman who came forward with sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh says she will talk with investigators a lawyer for Deborah Ramirez, says the FBI has contacted her as a part of its renewed background investigation of supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. Correspondent Ben Thomas. President Trump called on the FBI to reopen the background investigation with a time line of one week to check into the recent allegations, which at Cavanaugh has all denied now. Once the process is completed if there's no problem the Senate can then move to schedule a vote, but South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham says it's not up to the judiciary committee to set that date. Doesn't matter what we say here. This'll be up to Senator Schumer and Senator

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Brett Cavenaugh, Senator Lindsey Graham and Senator Schumer discussed on Biz 1190 Overnight

Biz 1190 Overnight

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Brett Cavenaugh, Senator Lindsey Graham and Senator Schumer discussed on Biz 1190 Overnight

"The second woman who came forward with sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh says she will talk with investigators a lawyer for Deborah Ramirez, says the FBI has contacted her as a part of its renewed background investigation of supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. Correspondent Ben Thomas. President Trump called on the FBI to reopen the background investigation with a time line of one week to check into the recent allegations, which at cavenaugh has all denied now. Once the process is completed if there's no problem the Senate can then move to schedule a vote, the South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham says it's not up to the judiciary committee to set. The doesn't matter what we say here. This will be up to Senator Schumer and Senator

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FBI reaches out to Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez

BGN Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

FBI reaches out to Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez

"City ABC's, rob Marciano. Pope Francis asked for Catholics to pray to fight attacks by the devil. His latest response to the church's sexual abuse crisis. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time three oh. To the FBI has reached out to a boulder woman accusing judge Brett Cavanaugh of sexual misconduct. An attorney confirming the FBI has asked interview Deborah Ramirez about claims the judge Brad Kavanagh also sexually assaulted her. While they were classmates

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Five forty Laura. Back on the Laura Ingraham show. The Senate Judiciary committee is meeting now to consider whether to recommend the confirmation of bread. Kevin all we heard the dramatic hearing yesterday. Chuck Grassley just said there was no evidence. No witnesses to corroborate MS Fords testimony, and therefore they should move forward Dianne Feinstein, the minority members. Now speaking, listen, my staff, and I were accused of leaking Dr Ford's letter, which we did not we are accused of leaking Deborah Ramirez letter, which we did not we were said to have refused to participate in the partisan quote investigation, and quote, yet, it is the Republicans who have refused to talk to Debbie Ramirez, or Julie, sweat, Nick. Republicans also failed to mention Democrats were not notified and had no idea. The chairman staff had been communicating with Mark judge Patrick's missed Leland Kaiser, and apparently at least two other individuals who have not been named. Instead Democrats learned about this outreach. When various letters are. Emails appeared in the press. And in one case, we learned about the Republican staff outreach at ten PM the night before the hearing. The Laura Ingraham show will continue in a moment. We'll take you back to the Senate Judiciary committee. Raymond, Royal sitting in for Laura Ingram, keep it right here..

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Kavanaugh: More women come forward with claims of sexual assault

All Things Considered

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh: More women come forward with claims of sexual assault

"Audie Cornish. And I'm Mary Louise Kelley more women are making allegations of sexual misconduct and sexual assault against supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. One of them is speaking out by name. Julie sweat Nick came forward today to say, she observed cavenaugh as a teenager drinking excessively at parties and pressing himself against girls without their consent among other things Christine Blasi Ford had already accused cavenaugh sexual assault when they were both teenagers and Deborah Ramirez. Says he exposed himself to her when they were both college students Cavanaugh denies all the allegations and the Senate Judiciary committee so far is sticking with its plans to have

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Thirty less than a day after professor, Christine Blasi Ford testifies about her accusations that the nominee sexually assaulted her nineteen eighty to a second accuser. Deborah Ramirez, who is unmasked in a New Yorker article over the weekend will apparently not be allowed to testify. And I'm guessing now that the third accuser will also not be allowed to testify. So here's a regional natto talking about this last night. The Terni for Deborah Ramirez says, she stands by her story and she has been trying to get her story to the Senate Judiciary committee. This Ramirez attorney says tonight, quote, Deborah Ramirez only came forward after being contacted by Ronan Farrow at the New Yorker and carefully working through her memories only to ensure accuracy. We reached out to the Senate Judiciary committee to schedule a call to discuss how best to bring them that information, and they have refused to meet all scheduled appointments. We have officially requested an FBI investigation in our client remains adamant that that is the appropriate venue for her to discuss her trauma. MS Ramirez is ready to swear to the FBI under penalty of perjury, why won't the Senate Judiciary committee welcome that attorney's name is John Clooney. You can hear him sort of asking loud publicly, why the Senate Judiciary committee, which is hearing the nomination of this man for the supreme court. Why they wouldn't want to hear testimony from his client? Yeah. Why they wouldn't want to receive information from his client about that nominee that they are considering the question. And it. It does seem a little mysterious why Senate Republicans are not waiting for her allegations to be heard. And in fact, even the White House said today, basically, yeah, maybe she should testify. How about that? Same day that Dr four. It's going to be there on Thursday. Well, that was last night. The Donald Trump has since walked it back and he's been a demeaning. These women who have accused Brad Kavanagh of of sexual assault more on that coming up committee, chairman. It gets better as it goes along or about by better. I mean, worse, you know, it's like bad and it's good. You know what I'm saying? Committee chairman, Chuck Grassley told ranking member, Dianne Feinstein that third Thursdays scheduled hearing will not be delayed to investigate Ramirez accusation. He later announced that committee Republicans, eleven males will rely on outside counsel to question both Cavanaugh and Ford, and this is how he put it. We have heard. Female assistant assistant to go on. Questions in a respectful and professional wet assists hearing to be handled very professionally, not a political sideshow like you saw the put on by the Democrats when they were questioning shut up turtle? Yeah, a female assistant seriously. The Republicans really have a female problem or a lack of females problem. There is not now, and there has never been a Republican woman on the judiciary committee and other well now. So as to avoid having to question doctor for themselves, the eleven male Republicans on the Senate Judiciary committee have decided to hire a woman lawyer handle hill for them. That's sort of strange in itself..

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Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez "willing to testify," lawyer says

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez "willing to testify," lawyer says

"Less than a day after professor, Christine Blasi Ford testifies about her accusations that the nominee sexually assaulted her nineteen eighty to a second accuser. Deborah Ramirez, who is unmasked in a New Yorker article over the weekend will apparently not be allowed to testify. And I'm guessing now that the third accuser will also not be allowed to testify. So here's a regional natto talking about this last night. The Terni for Deborah Ramirez says, she stands by her story and she has been trying to get her story to the Senate Judiciary committee. This Ramirez attorney says tonight, quote, Deborah Ramirez only came forward after being contacted by Ronan Farrow at the New Yorker and carefully working through her memories only to ensure accuracy. We reached out to the Senate Judiciary committee to schedule a call to discuss how best to bring them that information, and they have refused to meet all scheduled appointments. We have officially requested an FBI investigation in our client remains adamant that that is the appropriate venue for her to discuss her trauma. MS Ramirez is ready to swear to the FBI under penalty of perjury, why won't the Senate Judiciary committee welcome that attorney's name is John Clooney. You can hear him sort of asking loud publicly, why the Senate Judiciary committee, which is hearing the nomination of this man for the supreme court. Why they wouldn't want to hear testimony from his client? Yeah. Why they wouldn't want to receive information from his client about that nominee that they are considering the question. And it. It does seem a little mysterious why Senate Republicans are not waiting for her allegations to be heard. And in fact, even the White House said today, basically, yeah, maybe she should testify. How about that? Same day that Dr four. It's going to be there on Thursday. Well, that was last night. The Donald Trump has since walked it back and he's been a demeaning. These women who have accused Brad Kavanagh of of sexual assault more on that coming up committee, chairman. It gets better as it goes along or about by better. I mean, worse, you know, it's like bad and it's good. You know what I'm saying? Committee chairman, Chuck Grassley told ranking member, Dianne Feinstein that third Thursdays scheduled hearing will not be delayed to investigate Ramirez accusation. He later announced that committee Republicans, eleven males will rely on outside counsel to question both Cavanaugh and Ford, and this is how he put it. We have heard. Female assistant assistant to go on. Questions in a respectful and professional wet assists hearing to be handled very professionally, not a political sideshow like you saw the put on by the Democrats when they were questioning shut up turtle? Yeah, a female assistant seriously. The Republicans really have a female problem or a lack of females problem. There is not now, and there has never been a Republican woman on the judiciary committee and other well now. So as to avoid having to question doctor for themselves, the eleven male Republicans on the Senate Judiciary committee have decided to hire a woman lawyer handle hill for them. That's sort of strange in itself.

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Five ninety Deborah Ramirez accuser. Number two as of right now is not going to be testifying at this hearing. She according to attorney, she is willing. She's ready to do it. But she has not been invited. Well, I think her story. I just it doesn't hold up. And I think that I think the Democrats wouldn't want her there either. Because it kind of takes away from Ford story a little bit. When when you have the the timeline of her being approached by a reporter saying. You have to remember that this happened, and she took six days to try to remember if it happened and then on the six nay, she saw the clarity that. Yes. Yes. Of course, this happened. I think there's too many holes in that to to help Ford here that it might actually hurt. Yes. So that could be so I would think that both the democrat like you said, I just kind of dismiss her story because there's not a lot of credence there. I think that's probably what Republicans are thinking and Democrats are probably not pushing it because it may take away from Dr Ford story, it's possible. Five one eight three six zero five ninety. This is Bob in round rock on KOA BJ, Bob. Good morning. Yeah. Hey. Critical talking to judge thinking about the judge on the supreme court. They've asked multiple questions saying, well you. On the rule of law. Will you on what the constitution says? But yet, they're not giving them the sun standards of that. And you don't give this class. Second-degree felony of this sort. You would be looking at. Beyond a reasonable doubt. Well, just look at one level low, which is two seven states that it's not the amount of evidence that you bring to court that gives the preponderance. It's the weight you give it, and what is believable enough lethal has an former police officer also work for the FBI for years. We wouldn't have even looked this. Because there's too many holes. It's too inconsistent. Are you referring a doctor Ford or Deborah Ramirez or both both of them? Okay. So inconsistent that you can't put a case together that would mean either one of those requirements to take him to court and get a conviction. So just out of curiosity with being a law enforcement. These demands that the F B I look into these investigations, what is there for them to look into or investigative thirty five years later, and it's just a word. There's no it doesn't seem to be any physical evidence that they would be able to investigate. So why call for an investigation. What would there possibly be to look into? Well, the first thing I think. Would you start building a building you have to have a foundation something to start with you got nothing to start with you got a couple of names. You don't have any dates. You don't have where you don't have anything of the sort. You've got so many people are telling me. No, this did not happen. And then you gotta look at what they have to gain to say, this is not happening. What did they have lose just say it does in? This instance, you've got some loony people that are saying, no, no this is not it never happened. So I've got no foundation for investigation to start off with. All right, Bob. Thank you have a good one. In the case of the second accuser. Deborah ramirez. She does give a location and a year. It was the freshman year. At Yale eighty two eighty three she named the specific dormitory hall. And so she has more facts regarding date and time than the first accuser with her saying, I didn't know initially, and I needed time to think about it that kind of a racist that to me anyway. And then you add onto it herself in a meeting. I was completely drunk on the floor drunk as can be which I mean kinda takes away from what she could possibly. Remember? Clearly, here's more. From the attorney representing Deborah Ramirez. He was on the today show just this morning. He's representing accuser number two. In this case. She's been kind of lifted up by Alison board that she's been receiving. But also it is frustrating to see some of the remarks by the Senate by some of the remarks by the president. I think she's frustrated to see those, and I was becoming more and more motivated to participate in whatever fashion that the judiciary will lower to five one two eight three six zero five ninety you can call you can text. We're keeping you up to date with all of the new developments in the case of judge cavenaugh and the accusers and Michael avenue. The attorney for stormy Daniels now has released the name of a third accuser. And he says this definitely means there should be an FBI investigation of all of these. Yeah, he's calling into an immediate FBI investigation, and the client Julie's, sweat Nick that he's representing is actually accusing Cavanaugh being present when she was gang-raped back in high school. One thousand nine hundred. Yes. All right, five one two eight three six zero five nine thanks for joining us. Good morning. Ten twenty five NewsRadio KLBJ..

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thune is Deborah Ramirez. Attorney and he joins us this morning. Thanks so much for being with us. You're welcome. Good morning. I may I just ask your response to President Trump's comments about your client. Well, you know, somebody who works in sexual violence. It's it's pretty disturbing to hear the commander in chief pretty much mocking a person who's reported being a victim of sexual assault. By more than that. He's making his conclusions based on information that you know, he apparently is read in the media. And this is exactly why that he needs to order an investigation into what happened both for w Ramirez is case. And also in the case of doctor Ford. Well, what has been misconstrued? I mean. Many people have seen this New Yorker article in which Ramirez described this incident happening at a party where everyone was drinking herself included. She acknowledges gaps in her memory the article says she took six days of assessing her own memories before coming forward to the New Yorker with Brett Kavanagh's name. She even called around to other people who she believed to have been at that party to see if what she was. Remembering was, right. How can your client? Now say she is certain of what she describes. Well, I mean, I'm glad you bring that up because the very purpose of taking that extended period of time to work through. What she recalled from thirty five years ago. It was designed only to make sure that the information that she was going to provide with something that she was very confident in was accurate. So she did work with an attorney, and they talked about what they recall what they don't recall to to be able to suss out. What information should not be a part of this New Yorker article. And there is another information that was left out of that article that she didn't provide because she didn't feel confident that the information that she did put in at article where the items that she was very very confident. Can you can you say anything more about that other information other allegations other things that she she thought Brett Cavanaugh may have done? Yeah. No. I mean, he here. This is this is why I find Ramirez so credible. She does not wanna put out that additional information because she said to herself if I'm not certain that those things happen. I'm not going to put them in the public. Why didn't she bring this up earlier? I mean, Republican critics will say if this was such an impactful event, if this did indeed happen widened, Debbie Ramirez, bring this up when Brett Cavanaugh was under oath during the question and answer portion of his confirmation hearing. Well, I think you have to keep in mind that the nature in which dish information came forward in the first place. She was not intending to bring this information up at all. I mean, this has been something that was a very hurtful and a very disturbing part of her pass. And she has generally not sought to bring it up, even though. Brad Kavanagh has moved through the judiciary in the fashion that he has some ideas. She's she's so so she's sitting in her office, and she gets a voicemail from the New Yorker and she calls them back. And she gives him an honest interview. She wasn't looking to stir it up last week anymore than she was two months ago. Breath. Cavanaugh calls your clients allegation part of a larger smear campaign. This is what he said during his interview on FOX Monday. I never did any such thing. Never did any such thing. The other people alleged to be there. Don't recall any such thing. Such a thing had happened. It would have been the talk of campus. Does he have a point that everyone on campus would have known if this really happened people on campus did know about it? And they were talking about it, and that's in the New Yorker article. But if he so adamant that he didn't do this. And if the president so adamant to visit a smear campaign. Why would they not welcome an FBI investigation where these witnesses that have come forward to to support Brad Kavanagh and some of those have dropped from his support. But the ones that still remain. Why won't they order an investigation? So that they are actually questioned and the threat of perjury. Debbie Ramirez is willing to do that. Why isn't Brad Kavanagh? What about Kavanagh's claim that this is part of a smear campaign? This is something conservatives. Many of whom are not fans of President Trump are arguing as well that this is part of a political hit job on Cavanaugh on the part of Democrats. Can you say unequivocally that your client has no political motivations and bringing this allegation? I can't. And it goes back to what we talked about. I mean, she's she's in her office just doing her job living her life, and she gets a call and she answered the questions. Truthfully. That's all that happened from her end of this. Would she be willing to testify under oath before the Senate Judiciary committee? I if if they if they had a meaningful process, and they had a legitimate process. I don't know what they're doing on Thursday. But if they investigated this case, and and gave her the opportunity to testify. She would do it by bar. They have not invited her to do that. They have not does that mean that she would insist on an FBI investigation before testifying. Now, necessarily, but the problem is we can't even talk with the judiciary committee. We had a phone. Call schedule them last night that the majority party blew off. So unless we can have a meaningful conversation with them. And they're actually gonna extend the offer for her to testify, and it's really a moot point. John Kuhn is an attorney out of Boulder, Colorado. He's representing Deborah Ramirez. Who's accused supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Mr Clinton, thanks so much for your time. Thank you. When a gunman opened fire inside the pulse nightclub in Florida in June of two thousand sixteen. It was at that time the worst mass shooting in modern US history, including the gunman fifty people died, but the death toll did not have to be that high an investigation by member station WFAN propublica, fines, some people might have survived. If paramedics had been allowed inside the nightclub sooner. The story lasts about four minutes. And we should warn you. It contains sounds that some people will find disturbing. Here's Abe variety of WMF. 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Brett Kavanaugh is hard to believe

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

03:19 min | 2 years ago

Brett Kavanaugh is hard to believe

"I like to say, we're at the crossroads of an all. And this is what people are wrestling with the accusations against having a and what they mean. Bottom line is listen they've got to go through this in Washington. Republicans and Democrats are definitely divided over the dispute between. Ford and cavenaugh as to when they were fifteen and seventeen Thursday Senate hearing is going to be big big across the country, and in talking to all kinds of people conservatives and others about this. What are the motives some are saying and others are saying they're willing to forgive cavenaugh or they're not willing to forgive him. Or they're angry about it. Or they're not talking about it. So it's been interesting to see a Fox News poll that was released on Sunday found that thirty eight percent of female voters believe for twenty eight percent sided with cavenaugh men were split the biggest differences, of course, by party. Fifty nine percent of Democrats believe Ford sixty percent of Republicans believe cavenaugh nothing new when it comes to the splitting of the way, we think in this country. I mean, really that's what it is. So there are people that are coming to. To the aid of both of them and criticizing the other. And here's the deal. We're going to find out what this hearing yields. And I think that's such a smart play anyway because. That's what you want. Right. So don't leave any stone unturned have the conversation. Where does it lead us? Does it lead us to the confirmation of Brett Kavanagh? Does it lead us in a different direction? Now, there's another woman that's come forward. I don't know if they're going to investigate that or not. And when I talk about investigating. I mean, really we're talking about the hearing at this point will they? Another part of this and wait a couple of days, or no is it credible or day feels credible. Or you know, the timing is what's being questioned the timing of how come a Senator fine Stein. Didn't release the letter sooner when she had the letter and there's. Of course, it's worth asking that question. Yes. It was it was I want to remain anonymous, but still mistakes are this high and Feinstein is just kind of. She's there for the taking. I think is what's happening pretty much besides cavenaugh. And this high stakes deal on what's going to happen. The accusers letter to congress Senator Graham saying I won't ruin judge Kavanagh's life. What was really really very very big news over the weekend. And the fact that this has now been nailed down on the fact that there's this New Yorker report with a woman saying that Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were freshmen at Yale University. Her name is Deborah Ramirez. Where does that go?

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"So after that allegation was published this weekend, Senator Dianne Feinstein. She's the top democrat on the judiciary committee. She asked for a further delay in the confirmation proceedings for Brett Cavanaugh. So this allegation could also be looked at tonight. The Republican committee chairman, Chuck, Grassley, rejected. That request from Dianne Feinstein. He said he sees no reason why should there should be any further delay, and he sees no reason why MS Ramirez should be invited to testify or to participate in the hearing that's been called for Thursday. Why wouldn't they want to hear from her? I mean, they're holding the hearing already. The attorney for Deborah Ramirez says, she stands by her story and she has been trying to get her story to the Senate Judiciary committee. This Ramirez attorney says tonight, quote, Deborah Ramirez only came forward after being contacted by Ronan Farrow at the New Yorker and carefully working through her memories only to ensure accuracy. We reached out to the Senate Judiciary committee to schedule a call to discuss how best to bring them that information, and they have refused to meet all scheduled appointments. We have officially requested an FBI investigation, and our client remains adamant that that is the appropriate venue for her to discuss her trauma. MS Ramirez is ready to swear to the FBI under penalty of perjury, why won't the Senate Judiciary committee welcome that could hear her attorney. Attorney's name is John Clooney. You can hear him sort of asking loud publicly, why the Senate Judiciary committee, which is hearing the nomination of this man for the supreme court. Why they wouldn't want to hear testimony from his client, why they wouldn't want to receive information from his client about that nominee that they are considering. And it. It does seem a little mysterious why Senate Republicans are not waiting for her allegations to be heard. And in fact, even the White House said today, basically, yeah, maybe she should testify. How about that? Same day that Dr Ford's gonna be there on Thursday. Does the president one MS Ramirez, two to appear before the Senate Judiciary committee as well. Certainly, we would be open to that and that process could take place on Thursday. Certainly, why house could be open to that? Our nominee could take place on Thursday. But that is apparently not what's going to happen tonight. Senate Republicans are not just saying they don't see what the testimony of one woman might have to do with the testimony of the other woman. Not only they not winning here from Deborah Ramirez. They are bulldozing ahead preparing to vote the day after they could hear from that accuser, but they've decided they won't. Why are Republicans trying to move this so fast? Why do they not want this new person's testimony before they vote, particularly because she's offering to testify under pain of perjury. And if as Mr Clinton says, there has been contact if they have made an effort to contact the Senate Judiciary committee, the judiciary committee is refusing to meet all scheduled appointments to discuss this allegation against Brookhaven. I mean, my basic question here is, is this a live issue now? Is it possible that she would still testify or that the committee in some other way, we'll hear her allegation joining us now is the attorney who represents devil Ramirez in this matter, John clone Mr Clinton. Thank you very much for joining us this evening. I appreciate you making time for us. Thank you Rachel. So you said publicly today that you've reached out to the Senate Judiciary committee that there was an effort made to discuss how best to bring him in for the information that's been put forward by your client. Can you tell us the status of those discussions? Are those negotiations. Sure. So we've had a number of Email communications back and forth, and every time we try to set up a phone call with them, they in pushing the phone call back. And then since I sent out that tweet about two hours ago, we had a phone call scheduled and we called in for the phone call and only the minority party showed for the phone call so that you received communication from the chairman or the chairman staff from the Geordie committee staff, but then only Democrats were on the call. That's correct. What do you make of that? That seems. You know, it's, it's disturbing..

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Words of the New Yorker magazine itself. Matt time you ready for this. This is the publication that issued the second thought wall involving Deborah Ramirez, which is alleging that Brad Kavanagh shook his penis in the face of MS Ramirez, when they were eighteen years old the New Yorker, quote, the New Yorker has not confirmed with other witnesses that Cavanaugh was present at the party the magazine. Contact several dozen classmates that Ramirez and all regarding the incident. Many did not respond interview request others declined to comment or said that they did not attend to remember the party and the statement to the male classmates who Ramirez alleged revolved in the incident, the wife of a third male student said who was involved in three other classmates dispute it Ramirez account of the events may I repeat that to you. As an American the New Yorker has not confirmed with other eye witnesses that Cavanaugh was present at the meeting. In a statement two of those class male classmates who Ramirez alleged involved in the incident disputed her account. So what do you do when you have that evidence, you publish it? Put it out there. And now many are saying in the mainstream media because the allegation was made which is uncorroborated. It is now a burden shifting event. Cavanaugh now because it is unproven and uncorroborated it's up to camel to refute a negative MAC. Can you prove that you were not at kings island yesterday? How do you prove your weren't there? They're closed. Well, that doesn't mean anything you still could have been there. You could say well, I was on the air working. Well, prove your worn at kings island proved a million and get your car and drive there during a break and drive back prove that they're going. Wow. I can't. Well, maybe all right. Matt proved to me you did not commit a crime on the first floor of this building yesterday with a gun. Well, how do you prove something that did not happen? The reason you can't prove it is because it didn't happen. And if it didn't happen. There's no evidence of an event that did not occur. But because it did not occur. And because it's uncorroborated. It's now a burden shifting to the accused to prove a negative. I've been in many trials in my life hundreds of trials. The defendant the accused is under no burden to prove anything the charges upon those who proven allegation to be accurate to move forward. You sit there and wait to hear the evidence. The first allegation is absolute bovines scatology because four witnesses stand up against professor Ford. The second incident is Deborah Ramirez. The New Yorker magazine itself says, quote, the New Yorker is not confirmed with other eye witnesses that Cavanaugh was present at the party. Now magazine contacted several dozen classmates of Ramirez and Kevin all at Yale regarding the incident. In a statement to of the male classmates who Ramirez alleges were involved in the incident the wife of a third male student said she was involved in three other classmates. They dispute Ramirez account of the events. The former friend who was married to a male classmate alleged to be involved by Ramirez. The new sign the statement said, quote, this is a woman I was best friends with referring to Ramirez we shared intimate details of our life with each other as young girls and women often do quote, I was never told the story by her or by anyone else and never came up. I didn't see it. I heard nothing of it, unquote. So what in the hell is going on around here? Now. Michael Evan Eddie. The porn lawyer is about the blow the doors off this by talking about rape parties organized by Mark judge and Brad Kavanagh as high school boys when they were sixteen and seventeen years old when no police reports of any of the rapes. Nobody knows anything about it. Yet, Brad Kavanagh. Now can't be confirmed the US supreme court because of this. As a woman. Imagine this happening to your son or to your father or to your brother or significant other as a woman. How would that make you feel that your man loses his life? Your son is smeared and cannot continue with his life because of allegations similar to this. But that make you happy. When we continue Davidson cell. We have four lines open seven four nine seven thousand. And we have sheriff Richard k Jones coming up later along with Joe eating later on from the Buckeye firearms association done this get you up just a little bit. Don't you have a dog in this fight? This is like a bad title nine court going after a supreme court Justice saying, well, the allegations been made now Brad Kavanagh all you have to prove something that didn't happen. And if you can't prove a negative, you're out. Let's continue. Bill cunningham. The great American live at your home of the reds trying to win a game tonight on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w this is seven.

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AP News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

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"Cavanaugh and accusers. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen supreme Gordon nominee. Brad Kavanagh tells Fox News that the sexual misconduct accusations levelled against him by two women are not true, and he's determined to clear his name erica's about fairness. And hearing from both sides, and I didn't do this or anything resembling this. He and his first accuser Christine Blasi Ford who says he sexually assaulted her. When they were both in high school are to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday, a second woman. Deborah Ramirez tells the

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Senate Democrats, they are so hell bent on derailing this nomination to send to to to to send cavenaugh packing, it interesting credible. What they're coming out with you. So this is the nineteen eighty three or nineteen Eighty-four school year Kavanagh's, a freshman, the Yale, and he's being accused of exposing himself at this this dorm party where there was plenty of alcohol, and obviously people were foggy and were slurring his speech. That's how much was being dropped there. And that's how much was being consumed. Isn't that fantastic? And that this young woman at the time, Debbie Ramirez, who's now fifty three claims that cavenaugh and here's the quote from the story. I remember genitals being in front of my face. I knew that's not what I wanted even in that state of mind, foggy and slurring words because so much alcohol was consumed. So even in that state of mind, I knew that's not what I wanted genitals allegedly in front of her face now Ramirez claims that she pushed the man away. She says, quote, I was embarrassed and ashamed and humiliated and then claims that she remembers cavenaugh pulling up his pants. Is what she remembers and says that Brent was laughing I can still see his face. And then claims that somebody yelled down the hall Brad Kavanagh put his blank in. Debbie's face, and it was his full name. This. I don't think it was just Brandt. And I remember hearing and being more fide that this was out there. That's what she is claiming. And and at first though, and and this is where this is just insanity. And I she was not sure was cavenaugh. This is key. And I she said she was not sure it was cavenaugh when she was first. Considering going public with this and being approached by Ronan Farrow, and I she didn't know it was cavenaugh. But after six days of memory searching and talking to our attorneys, then she was sure that it was cavenaugh really that's gonna pass muster with a jury. So Ronan Farrow says that some of the people back your account, but he also says otherwise. In the New Yorker to of the males present and a female dispute story, folks. This is a mess. This is an absolute mess. They can't even get their stories straight with any corroboration on both the Ford side of the the story that story with Dr Ford, and now this this no woman this, Deborah Ramirez. So two of the males allegedly president at present. And a female president dispute the story that's being told by Ramirez. Says she came forward because Senate dams were looking into the story. So she she says that she's coming forward here because the Democrats came looking, of course, they came looking that come in looking for anything here they want some insurance because they don't know if the Ford allegation is enough. So they want another story from a drunk foggy slurring a teenager back in one thousand nine hundred eighty three on story number two. Wow. So this Ramirez went to Yale with cavenaugh. She studied sociology and psychology. She went on to spend a number of years working for an organization that supports victims of domestic violence. The New Yorker contacted her after they got the tip off to the involvement with this alleged incident with cavenaugh really got the tip off. So let's how did this go all the Democrats Dianne Feinstein, and and their whole team on the Senate Judiciary? They caught some wind, and then they tipped off Ronan Farrow. Here's another story. Hey, Ronin sink your teeth into this like a bear trap and have addict Amman. I mean, this is so orchestrated. It's ridiculous here. So this allegation was first brought to the democratic senators by a civil rights attorney apparently. Now, again, straight from the New Yorker, and if you're on hold onto grabby calls here in a second. And then we're obviously going to take a lot of calls in our number two. So straight from the New Yorker because to me this sounds like Democrats found another tool another pawn in this this Ramirez, Deborah Ramirez. And almost sounds like Ronan Farrow is being used as a as a co-conspirator here as well. From the New Yorker four Ramirez. The sudden attention has been unwelcome and prompted difficult choices. She was at first hesitant to speak publicly, partly because her memories contain gaps because she had been drinking at the time of the alleged incident in our initial conversations with the New Yorker, she was reluctant to characterize Kavanagh's role in the alleged incident with certainty after six days of carefully assessing or memories and consulting with attorney Ramirez said that she felt confident enough of a recollections to say that she remembers Cavanaugh had exposed himself at a drunken dormitory party thrust his penis in her face and caused her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away. So we have memory gaps. We have slurring drunkenness heavy Drake gig at thirty six years later. Well, there you have it. Thirty five thirty.

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"And this hearing should also include experts to inform the many senators who may not have any knowledge about how trauma effects a witness and why these things come out over. Time. The majority leader McConnell today had very harsh words for how Democrats have handled this given that they knew about some new Ford allegations for weeks. Should your democratic colleagues have handled this differently? Could that have avoided their showdown in the final days that we're seeing now I don't see how you have a a witness who has recently come forward as most recently as yesterday. You have another witness who came forward last week you have women are telling these stories about what happened to them and credibly accusing judge Cavanaugh of violent behavior of sexual assault of of behavior that is disqualifying, but Sinn Fein signed did know about professor Ford earlier. Yes. The professor Ford very specifically asked to keep her name anonymous and she did not want to disclose identity. She just wanted Senator Feinstein to be aware because she was concerned. But when her name started to be leaked, other people were telling her story. She decided to tell her story herself and that is her right? So there was nothing that could have been done. Before this time because she chose to be anonymous. You mentioned the new allegations by Deborah Ramirez, should Judd cabinet will be questioned about those claims on Thursday considering that she has now will not be at the hearing to provide her account of what she says happened? Deborah Ramirez, again, has asked the f. b. i. to investigate her allegations from the New Yorker piece, you have a a witness from the time, say, he's one hundred percent sure that he learned about the relevant facts of this incident either the same day or the day after. So you have a corroborating witness. Those witnesses should be called. They should be allowed to be testified. Deborah Mira should allowed to be heard. But again, she's asking for the facts developed by a nonpartisan professional investigative body, the FBI and. What does the White House have to hide? What does just cavenaugh have to hide? Why will the Senate Republicans not allow a fair process? One that was even followed in the Nita hill hearings, which are largely considered to be low moments of the US Senate. And so it's shocking to me that they're unwilling, unwilling to do the basics to have a fair hearing to get not only crop rating witnesses to testify. I have Mark judge testify under oath and to allow both of these witnesses to be heard sooner. Children producer John, thank you. Thank you joining us. Now, political analysts, Cureton powers and chief legal analyst, Jeffrey Toobin and Kerry Severino chief counsel and policy director at the judicial crisis network which is supporting judge cavenaugh cures. Clearly Judd, Kavanagh's categorically denying all the allegations. Does it help him or hurt him going into Thursday? Do you think to have done this interview? Well, I think it will help him with the people that they were targeting, which is the base. And so that's why they chose Fox News..

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Woman, Deborah Ramirez. And of course, Christine blazey Ford who is scheduled to testify this Thursday. But just as a very quick aside. Rod Rosenstein, now, as you know, there were reports several hours ago, and this shows to me exactly what's wrong the corruption in the mainstream media. Just hours ago. He's resigning. No, no. He's not resigning. He's going to be fired. It's over he's done. He's headed to the White House. John Kelly general Kelly's going to fire him right on the spot dirt losing their minds on FOX CNN MSNBC. Everybody's tweeting. Everybody's going crazy. And what did I tell Britney and Jared before I we're talking about? I said, let's wait for the facts to come out. I think people could be jumping the gun. I heard Trump over the weekend say, I'm not sure if I want to fire him, I want to have all the facts come in. So all of a sudden, guess what? After going nuts for two three hours more fake news claiming he's resigning. No, he's not resigning. He's being fired. Then you've got the New York Times pumping out this story that skin and picked up while Rosenstein, a song and private according to anonymous sources that if he's asked to resign. He's gonna sign. No, firemen fire me or keep me. It turns out the meeting was already a prescheduled meeting. This wasn't him on his way to the White House to confront the White House staff. Trump in fact, is at the United Nations with Nikki Haley, dealing with world leaders. So they're gonna meet on Thursday to decide whether Rosenstein Cesar goes in the wake of that New York Times story, which alleges that Rosenstein offered to wear a wire if you wanna call it to secretly record the president in order to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to drive him from office, essentially was an attempted coup. Best with the New York Times is alleging so Trump now has to decide whether to believe the story not believe the story. He wants to listen to Rosenstein who denies the story categorically, and it's going to be Thursday where they're going to meet and talk. But look at the fake news. Look at the lice. Look at the the manipulation, but distortion the half truths. And they just run with it like a chicken without a head. Anyway, let that go. Okay. I wanna ask. And by the way, I want to stress this. It's not that. I don't believe allegations. I often do believe allegations. I do I believed the allegations against Bill Clinton because there was evidence behind him. I didn't believe the Duke lacrosse allegations. Because the evidence wasn't there. I don't believe Christine blazey Ford because there are no facts substantiating her allegations. I don't believe Deborah Ramirez. In fact, I believe or even less because there's even less facts substantiating her own allegations heraldic Gatien's up to the New York Times admitting that they tried to verify her story. They spoke to three dozen classmates. All of whom said, we don't know don't think this happened or we didn't see it happen or we didn't hear it happen. And then they even admitted to the New York Times that Deborah Ramirez has been calling us up and admitting to us. She's not even sure breath Cavanaugh was the guy who allegedly exposed his private parts. Forgive me at a drunken dormitory party. So that's how flimsy her story is. Okay. So that's why I don't believe the allegations. It's not that. I don't believe women. It's that I don't believe allegations with no facts with no evidence with nothing. Corroborating it now. I want to put something on the table because this is still a free speech zone at least on this show. And I want to get your honest reaction all of you. But especially the women, but I don't care. I'll take calls for men women. I really don't I I prefer to hear from the win. But I'll take it from anybody. I want to ask you this. And I'm really fascinated to hear this. For the sake of argument. You know, I don't believe Ford, and you know, I don't believe Deborah Ramirez. But for the sake of argument, let's just say they're telling the truth. So Christine Ford is telling the truth. There was a party. They were in high school. She had too much to drink Cavanaugh too much to drink Mark judge at too much to drink. They went into a bedroom. She's drunk he's drunk judges drunk how teenagers are he then grabs her. They stumble on the bed. He clumsily in her words. Remember, she says they were both stumbling drunk. He then tries to in her words, quote clumsily, take her clothes off. But he doesn't take her clothes off. He's just on top of her kind of grinding his body on top of her. She says groping him sorry groping her. Then when she yells out he then puts his hand over her mouth. But she says that Mark judge witness is laughing hysterical. He thinks it's a joke. And then he jumps on top of them. And they tumble off the bed. And then she went to the bathroom. And then she doesn't know how she got home. But she went home. Now. Let's just say it's true. Take Deborah Ramirez. Let's just take what she says is true. College freshmen eighteen eighteen. At a dorm Dir drinking. It's a drinking party. She admits she had way too much to drink. She says Cavanaugh was there. He had too much to drink the guys were egging him on because they apparently pointed some kind of plastic private parts. I don't want to say the actual technical term. But a gag plastic part that her they were all laughing at thought it was funny. She says she was lying on the floor drunk and saying is that private part real, and everybody's laughing and giggling and then cavenaugh being egged on by others allegedly pulls his pants down exposes himself to her. She then goes gross pushes it away. Unintentionally touching his you know, what? And she says afterwards she felt ashamed humiliated embarrassed. Let's just say all of that happened. I'm looking at this. It's perverted. No question about it. It's perverted. It's frankly stupid. It's disgusting. But I'm looking at this. And I'm saying, okay. Let's just assume for the sake of argument, it's true. You're talking about high school kids drinking too much. And jumping on top of each other essentially on a bed drunk. And then you have college freshman eighteen. Drinking too much at a dorm party, which happens all the time. And then doing something really stupid. Stupid sex jokes soup. It's the sex pranks. But again, I don't wanna seem too insensitive. But I'm just being honest with you. I thought Dershowitz made a very good point. No one's clothes were ripped off. No, one was forgive me. Forgive me, an attempted penetration. I'm sorry, an attempted, you know, actual sexual intercourse. None of that happened. Nobody had a tongue stuck down their throat. Nobody in other words. It's almost like crazy drunken horseplay stupid stuff that teenagers do now. I never did anything quite like this far from it. But you know, I, you know, if you judge me by some of the stupid things, I did as a teenager. I wouldn't want that coming out in public. I never did anything like this. Don't get me wrong. But I did stupid things when I was a teenager. So I'm looking at this. And I'm looking at this story, and I'm saying, okay, it I mean, how many dorm parties are there? How many people are drunk at dorm parties? How many people do stupid things even on college campuses in the eighties? Remember, it was a big thing to run around and moon, people on college campuses hazing was is still a big thing. There's all kinds of stuff going on. I remember out if they still do this. But I know in the eighties. If you were the best if you were the the groom for a wedding well at your bachelor party, the best, man. And his friends would grab you take you somewhere. Basically, take your clothes off put your underwear on your head tie you to a tree, and you're there essentially naked to treat drunk as a skunk. And they would find that funny. And and then I mean hilarious. So what I'm saying is in the culture of the nineteen eighties. Especially on college campuses the way people behaved. I'm looking at this, and I'm like stupid college students. But honestly, I'm like this is just dumb like dumb college students behaving like dumb drunken college students too much alcohol too, much partying and really sixteen. Seventeen. Eighteen year olds doing a lot of dumb things that many sixteen seventeen eight year old kids do. Am I wrong? Am I missing something here? Look, it's perverted you shouldn't expose yourself. It's disgusting. I would never want my Ashton to behave like that. I certainly want. My Eva to be exposed to something like that. But in the larger scheme of things when I wave that when, you know, remember, these accusations, go back thirty five thirty six years when the man was seventeen eighteen and you wave that in terms of a person's balance his his his life balance. What he's done in his career what he's done with his wife what he's done with his children what an exemplary family, man. He's been how many women have testified on his behalf. I mean, isn't there a certain point where reaching a level of fanaticism? You know, we're all flawed. Nobody's perfect. Everybody does stupid things when they're young. Do you want? What you did at sixteen seventeen eighteen whatever it may be to come back thirty five forty forty five years later, unless you know, of course, it's a crime that something else, but something stupid thirty five forty forty five years later, and that's going to define you. Because if that's the case. I always have this sink people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. Well, Ted Kennedy was good enough for the Democrats. Bill Clinton was good enough for the Democrats. Keith Ellison is good enough for the Democrats if they're all good enough for the Democrats Huck umbrella, Kevin is in good enough to send the supreme court because of what he may or may not have done thirty five thirty six years ago, which at its absolute worst. He was just a dumb high school college student who drank too much. And did some really stupid things. In other words on the face of it. Even if you accept the allegations shoot it disqualify breadth Cavanaugh six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight all of your calls next. So VP, do you think this hearing is going to happen on Thursday?.

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Kavanaugh tells senators he will not withdraw nomination

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

03:14 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh tells senators he will not withdraw nomination

"Whatever she has to say, let him say what he has to say. And at the end, the the senators will make a choice, President Trump laying out the basics for Thursday. Senate Judiciary committee hearing judge Brad Kavanagh on his accuser, Christine, Blasi Ford will testify senators. Let's get the latest now from ABC's. Karen Travers from the White House. Good morning. Karen, good morning. So. This all got pretty much finalized yesterday. Didn't it with her attorneys weighing in? Yeah. You know, the details are that'll be ten AM eastern time on Thursday, she'll testify first Cavanaugh would go after that. She is requested in her lawyers have requested that the committee. Call other witnesses, including Mark judge the man who she says was present for this who he has no recollection of it. It doesn't look like that's going to happen. The Republican committee members have certainly made clear the moving forward with these two witnesses the other issue that is unresolved from the Christine Blasi Ford end of things is whether or not it will be the Republican senators asking the questions of her all of them are male. Her lawyers have said that they believed that the senators have been dismissive of her story, and they want them to ask the questions, but there certainly been rumblings of outside counsel coming in to do it instead of them. Yeah. That's interesting chess match because I would have thought she would have wanted. Maybe what they offered a female attorney on the Senate side to question. But she says, no, she wants those senators to ask Kansas more complicated. Now in light of this. Accusation from Denver Ramirez who has Colorado ties. Yeah, it is in some ways because you have Diane Feinstein the ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee calling for an immediate postponement of any further proceedings as she puts it related to the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh that could of course, include Thursdays, very intimidated testimony from Christine Blasi Ford and Cavanaugh himself. She is asking that this new allegation. Brought by Deborah Ramirez. Published yesterday in the New Yorker be referred to the FBI for investigation. They also the Democrats have been pushing for that for Christine Blasi Ford's allegation and the Republicans. I have not made those same calls. We know. Of course, the president has said he's not asking the FBI to do that. He thinks that it's just not what they're going to be moving forward on. Do you get a sense of if this accuser, the first accuser testified today, which way this the Senate panel would go I can't say at this point? I think a lot of very key votes are holding things close to the vest till they see exactly what she said. Says even the president last week was saying, you know, if she makes a credible case he would have to make a decision that was certainly caught a lot of people's years here in Washington. But right now, there's no rumblings that he's considering moving down his list that he had when he first was considering judge Cavanaugh earlier this summer this confirmation went from using the sports parlance to a slam dunk to a layup. Maybe a free throw. Now, it's getting like to the realm of a three point line. And I understand there's kind of seven senators that are somewhat hedging their bets at this point. Yeah. And you know, they're the senators that everybody has been focusing on even before all of this came out. What is Susan Collins going to do what is Lisa Murkowski going to do what are those senators the Democrats who are from red states who are up for reelection? Joe Manchin, Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp, those are the ones everybody's been keeping an eye on. And you know, I think everybody's just waiting to see how this plays out over the next three days. It's going to be very busy in Washington. This sure is thanks for laying. It all out for us. We

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Democrat Joe Donnelly should use who's your common sense and demand Kavanag confirmation vote. And I know what he said to Kim Shabazz. You've heard the audio during the show this morning from Chris Davis. That you know, these allegations, and we really should delay. And what's the rush? I always thought Joe Donnelly wanted to portray himself a moderate Joe Donnelly is not a moderate Joe Donnelly as craven is Dianne Feinstein. And shamefully. So the purpose of the allegation was to delay or hashtag resist depending on what side you like to view yourself. It isn't about during the allegations. And having an investigation. The FBI has already said they're not doing it in regards to Blasi Ford. It was about delay. So cabinet will not be confirmed before the beginning of the session and supreme court, which starts October. I it's really about destroying President Trump. And Joe Donnelly is complicit. Who's your should remember this when they vote the article is worth the read at WABC dot com. This latest allegation that comes from New Yorker magazine. Involves a woman named Deborah Ramirez. Who based on her own words, didn't quite remember the story had to spend the last six days thinking about it and consulting with lawyers before she decided that there was a party at Yale University. When Cavanaugh was eighteen and she was so drunk. She barely remembers it somebody else screamed that Brett Cavanaugh I had taken off his pants and exposed himself to this woman. She never saw him do that. She only remember seeing him pull up his pants. There's a group of people who say that never happened. As a matter of fact, the New York Times. The times had interviewed several dozen people over the past week in an attempt to corroborate her story and could find no one with firsthand knowledge missed Ramirez herself contacted former Yale classmates asking if they recalled the incident and told some of them that she could not be certain Mr. Cavanaugh was the one who exposed himself. This is a full-scale attack to destroy breath Kavanagh to attack President Trump. They don't worry about the facts there unworried about the facts Senator Donnelly, not calling for confirmation going along with Dianne Feinstein and Blumenthal in Harris and club HR, and Chuck Schumer is a disgrace. We should be very aware of the fact that metoo man, people do get abused power. Does get used and it is horrific, and we we can fight back against the stuff. We can we should we will. But what we're seeing right now in to allegations, by the way, notice how the second alligators comes up, but Chuck Grassley got host Chuck Grassley, and allowing the hearing to be delayed the vote compromise to be the Belaid allowed this to happen. They played Chuck Grassley, the progressives on the on the Senate Judiciary committee, and may I add Joe Donnelly have no sense of decency and prey on our sense of decency to do the right thing. So they could be duplicitous. That's what's happened. Honesty is a thing. Now to that. I wanted to add the Mike Tyson story because I put this out on Twitter, something I've said on the air many times and people acted like it was the most shocking thing in the world. What are you are you somehow comparing? Using Mike Tyson to say that what's happening with Kavanagh's. Ron not in the slightest. I mean, I had so-called I shouldn't say so called newsmen here in Indianapolis. Like, what are you talking about one? Even asked me if I was sober. When I wrote it allow me if I may because what I wrote is rather clear. Mike tyson. Raped a woman. Mike Tyson raped the woman, and then got a Broadway show. I think that's worth remembering. Why would I say it? Why does it matter in this case, and I'm gonna get into it on Tony cats today at eleven o'clock, but allow me quickly if I can. Mike Tyson was convicted by a court, Mike, Tyson raped or woman. Did jail time, which somehow these people think I forgot and then got a Broadway show culture in Hollywood because Hollywood loves to rehabilitate, rapists, they forgave a rapist and put him back in the cultural spotlight where he could be seen as a role model. Brek Cavanaugh got accused. Allegation that cannot be corroborated to allegations that can't be corroborated. And they want him never to be a supreme court Justice, and they want to call him, and they do call him a rapist, the rapist gets a Broadway show and a guy who you can't corroborate the charge against you. Call rapist, tell me again. About how these people are decent. Much more on this at eleven o'clock fee tuned in fair what's up north west side. We have a delay. Northbound four sixty five round thirty three hundred up to eight sixty five and then moves overpass Michigan road starts to open up right around Detroit..

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"deborah ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"deborah ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. In New York. And I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC. There is a new accusation of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. It's being reported in the New Yorker magazine a woman named Deborah Ramirez claims that Cavanaugh exposed himself to her during a party at Yale University in the nineteen eighties. When they were both students there. This comes days before Cavanaugh is expected to testify in front of a Senate committee to defend himself against an allegation of sexual assault. Christine Blasi Ford says Cavanaugh held her down covered her mouth and tried to remove her clothes during a party when they were in high school Cavanaugh denies both allegations many Republicans are coming to his defense, including Senator Lindsey Graham here he is speaking on FOX yesterday. What am I supposed to do? Go ahead and ruin this guy's life based on an accusation. I don't know when it happened. I don't know where it happened and everybody named in regard. To being there said it didn't happen. I'm just being honest. We should note Senator Graham made these remarks before the second accusation emerged joining us out democratic Senator from Delaware. Chris coons also a member of the Senate Judiciary committee Senator thanks for being back on the show. Thank you, Rachel when did you learn about this allegation that Deborah Ramirez is making? I learned her name and the specifics of the allegation when it was published by the New Yorker, I had heard rumors that there was someone from Yale college who'd had a very bad experience of arguably sexually harassing experience with judge Cavanaugh from a number of acquaintances from Yale. But without the specifics of name and a place and time, and I am now joining up Senator Feinstein and other Democrats on the committee in calling on chairman Grassley again to have the FBI conduct inappropriate background investigation on both of these alarming allegations from Deborah Ramirez about judge Kavanagh's alleged misdeeds at a party at Yale college in Christine Blasi Ford for allegations of sexual assaults at a high school party. Let me ask you, according to the New Yorker it took Debra Ramirez. Weeks of assessing her memories before she was comfortable naming cavenaugh as the young man who did this. To her. The New York Times today says they knew about the Ramirez allegation. But didn't break the story because there were so many holes in it. Do you think this is a credible allegation? That's exactly why I think professionals who do background investigations who interview witnesses who is evidence for every federal court nominee should be the folks doing the fact-finding initially, and then present their conclusions to the judiciary committee for four. We hear from both witnesses. It is my hope that Deborah Ramirez would also come forward to the judiciary committee and testify, but it's important for us to remember, this is not a criminal trial. Dr Ford and mirrors are not on trial. What's at stake? Here is a lifetime appointment to the supreme court. And I think it's important that the senators who are on the judiciary committee and all of the senators who are charged with advising and consenting to any nomination. Take our time take this seriously and show the American people that we can treat credibly and respectfully alligators of sexual assaults. Although as you noted Senator Feinstein and other Democrats, including yourself have asked for this investigation before. They asked for the FBI to investigate the Ford allegation. Now, you're asking me FBI to investigate the Ramirez allegation. There were no indications by Chuck Grassley or any other Republicans that they wanted that to happen. So what makes you think it can happen now? I'm rachel. They may not want it to happen. But I think it's important to keep reminding your listeners that this is what happens in every federal nomination to a lifetime appointment to the dish airy I second that is what happened in the case of now several decades ago where professor hill came forward with allegations the White House director of the FBI to conduct an investigation they did. So in a matter of several days, and ultimately that hearing her twenty witnesses, let me it's not unreasonable to expect the FBI to do its job here. Just very briefly Senator Lindsey Graham said on FOX, it doesn't matter what he hears from fort. He still going to vote. Yes. On the confirmation. Have you already made up your mind, or is there anything Cavanaugh could say that would convince you to support him, very briefly? I publicly said I will vote against judge cavenaugh based on his extremes views as a judge about presidential power. These additional allegations are gravely concerning, but after his confirmation hearings. I concluded I could not working for the supreme court. Senator Chris coons? Thank you. President Trump talks a lot about moving to what he calls a merit based immigration system. One that admits people who are skilled who want to work who contribute to our society, and who will love and respect our country just this past weekend. The Trump administration announced regulations that would deny green cards to immigrants who use public aid such as food assistance at the same time. The administration is also making it harder for high skilled workers to come and build lives in this country. As NPR's Joel rose reports Mahajan loves her job. Hello and welcome to center stage. I mean, host Mahajan Mahajan hosts and produces a talk show in Edison, New Jersey, targeted mainly at Indian ex pats like her this is the kind of work. I always wanted to do and picking of topics that typically don't get talked about in this community. So I am trying to be a change maker within my community, but Mahajan could lose her right to work in the US because the Trump administration is poised to kill the program that gave her a work permit. Mahajan has a masters degree in English literature and worked as a journalist in India. It never occurred to her that she would have trouble finding opportunities here. So here, I mean, US the most advanced nation on this art, but I'm in a cage. Metaphorically Golden Gate Mahajan moved with her husband and daughter to the US in two thousand eight he had secured, a coveted H one B visa to work as a software developer, but she was not allowed to work when she first got here that is until the Obama administration introduced a new program in two thousand fifteen that allowed the spouses of H one B guest workers to get a work permit. If they're already on the waiting list for green card now. The Trump administration says that was an overreach for me, one of the main reasons for proposing to rescind that is because I don't think that congress intended for the spouses of H one B is to work Francis is the head of US citizenship and immigration services. The agency in charge of legal immigration SIS, not did not respond to requests for an interview. But he did give one last month to the center for immigration studies, which favors lower levels of immigration, everything that we do is guided by the law. Aw, that's all we're doing. The Trump administration says the US should focus on bringing in immigrants who speak English and are highly educated. But critics say that rhetoric is at odds with the administration's actions that the administration is actually making high skilled immigrants lives harder in all sorts of ways. It's gotten tougher to get or renew H one B visa that's a program that brings in tech workers doctors and other professionals and the administration is getting rid of other visa programs altogether show me any policy. That's come out so far that has actually made it easier for I always skilled emigrants. I haven't seen any Doug rand work in the Obama White House. He's one of the architects of another program. The Trump administration wants to kill the international entrepreneur rule. This was designed for entrepreneurs from other countries to more easily come the United States or stay in the United States Bill companies here create jobs for US workers seemingly uncontroversial all of this has infuriated corporate America. See? Ios from apple Pepsi and other US companies say the administration is scaring away high-skilled workers. And that could hurt the economy dean Garfield is the president of the information technology industry council, what the administration is saying is we want to make it difficult for companies to employ anyone who is not an American citizen, but the head of citizenship and immigration services. Francisca dismisses that the idea that we are intentional mischievously impishly malevolently trying to build an invisible wall on purpose because we don't want foreign workers to come is false. Nonetheless, emigrants Nihon Mahajan wonder whether the administration is really serious about merit-based immigration. I don't know what to think. Hypocrisy. Maybe do you want us to stay? They don't want us to stay. Why put people's lives into a limbo Mahajan and other spouses are pushing to save the Obama era program that allows about one hundred thousand of them. To work. The Trump administration is expected to announce the official end of that program any day, Joel rose, NPR news, New York. It has been more than five years since we've said these words Tiger Woods has won yesterday in Atlanta. That's exactly what happened. The man who was ruled the game won the season ending tour championship. It was his eightieth career PGA win. And it's being called one of the greatest sports comebacks in history. There's NPR's Tom Goldman two things. We haven't seen in a long time Tiger Woods in his traditional Sunday red shirt and black pants tapped in tournament. Clinching putt yesterday. His last win was in two thousand thirteen and then the goose bump moment right before as he walked up to last fairway the massive gallery that followed him all day all tournament swarmed behind him pied, piper style and left him laughing at the post tournament awards ceremony. Well, I just want to get run over. I can't more. So he laughs now. But there was a time in recent years when woods bad back left him unable to do anything without hurting. He talked about it yesterday. Am I going to stand? Walk lay down without feeling the pain in this is how the rest of my life is going to be turns out, no spinal fusion surgery last April. His fourth back operation worked this season. There was a return to competitive golf in a steady climb in the rankings as woods piece together a swing that wouldn't ravage his forty two year old body victory seemed imminent after top ten finishes at recent major championships in yesterday's final round. He was methodical and consistent in dominant. The way he used to be during his comeback from the physical problems and the psychological damage from his sex and infidelity scandal. There's been talk about a kinder, gentler woods that was there in Atlanta. But observers also noted so. Was the edginess that define woods during his heyday as he balances that with the newfound appreciation for playing again at a high level golf fans. Can't wait for next season to see how high the new old Tiger Woods can go tumbled. Mun NPR news. This is NPR news. The time is four nineteen. And it's time to take a look at traffic.

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Kavanaugh denies 2nd claim of sexual misconduct

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Kavanaugh denies 2nd claim of sexual misconduct

"Supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is denying allegations of sexual misconduct. Be made by a second woman. Bent, Berkeley with Colorado public radio says the accuser lives in boulder and attended Yale University with cavenaugh in the nineteen eighty s Deborah Ramirez told the New Yorker that she attended a dormitory party in the early nineteen eighties with Kevin ah when they were freshman she alleges that he exposed himself to her without her consent. Cavanaugh denies the allegation and the White House said it's a coordinated smear campaign by Democrats to take down a good, man. Senator Dianne Feinstein, the ranking democratic member on the judiciary committee requested to immediately postpone any further proceedings related to Kavanagh's nomination. And as for the latest allegation to be referred to the FBI

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Testimony by Kavanaugh accuser set; new allegation surfaces

"The confirmation of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh now in deeper jeopardy after another woman Deborah Ramirez emerged Sunday accusing the judge of sexual misconduct. When both were in college. Linda Kenyon reports ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee wants an immediate postponement. This after details were being fine tuned for a public hearing to be held Thursday, or Dr Christine Blasi Ford would testify about her sexual assault allegation against judge. Brad Kavanagh the alleged assault took place when both were in high school, but new allegations have surfaced in which a second woman claims cavenaugh engaged in sexual misconduct against her at a party when Cavanaugh was at Yale and a lawyer for third woman says his client has credible allegations as well. Cavenaugh denies all of these allegations and calls them a smear. Plain and simple. Linda Kenyon, Washington.

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Another woman has allegations of misconduct by Kavanaugh

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Another woman has allegations of misconduct by Kavanaugh

"There is a new claim in the New Yorker a second woman Fifty-three-year-old Deborah Ramirez, alleging sexual misconduct against Brett Kavanagh. President Trump's supreme court nominee releasing a statement saying this alleged event from thirty five years ago did not happen. The people who knew me, then know that this did not happen and have said, so this is a smear plain and simple now the White House. Also, issuing a statement saying this thirty five year old uncorroborated claim is the latest in a coordinated smear campaign by the Democrats designed to tear down a good, man. And honestly, the best character unless she can prove otherwise, and we're going to give her her chance to do that earlier in an interview with w AM radio in Cleveland. President Trump commenting on the first accuser Christine Ford who scheduled to tell her story Thursday at ten AM eastern on Capitol

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Investor's Edge

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Avenatti Implicates Kavanaugh in Pattern of Sexual Assault

"There is breaking news as stormy Daniels. Lawyer Michael of ADI suggested a tweet that Christine Ford may not be alone in her accusations against Brad Kavanagh. In fact, we learned a second woman by the name of Deborah Ramirez. Fifty three years old alleging sexual misconduct against him. President Trump's supreme court nominee out with a statement saying this alleged event from thirty five years ago did not happen. This is a smear plain and simple. The White House. Also, issuing a statement saying this thirty five year old uncorroborated claim is the latest in a coordinated smear campaign by the Democrats designed to tear down a good, man. But I also wanna hear what's going to be said during the week earlier, President Trump in an interview with w t AM radio in Cleveland, Ohio commenting on the first accuser Christine Ford. She's scheduled to tell her story Thursday at ten AM eastern on Capitol

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Investor's Edge

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Avenatti Implicates Kavanaugh in Pattern of Sexual Assault

"There is breaking news as stormy Daniels. Lawyer Michael of ADI suggested a tweet that Christine Ford may not be alone in her accusations against Brad Kavanagh. In fact, we learned a second woman by the name of Deborah Ramirez. Fifty three years old alleging sexual misconduct against him. President Trump's supreme court nominee out with a statement saying this alleged event from thirty five years ago did not happen. This is a smear plain and simple. The White House. Also, issuing a statement saying this thirty five year old uncorroborated claim is the latest in a coordinated smear campaign by the Democrats designed to tear down a good, man. But I also wanna hear what's going to be said during the week earlier, President Trump in an interview with w t AM radio in Cleveland, Ohio commenting on the first accuser Christine Ford. She's scheduled to tell her story Thursday at ten AM eastern on Capitol

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Another woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct

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Another woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct

"Dianne Feinstein is asking the chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee will Republican shut Grassley to put bread cavenaugh supreme court nomination on hold. She's making the request. As a second woman comes forward accusing the judge of sexual misconduct allegation was published in the New Yorker the same day Brett Kavanagh's first accuser, Christine Blasi Ford agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday. The new accuser Deborah Ramirez, said Cavanaugh exposed himself to her during a freshman year party at Yale. He denied it. And the White House said the allegation was part of a smear campaign. ABC's Aaron Katersky. ABC news has learned that Ford sent what is being described as a personal and heartfelt letter to Grassley with permission to make it public Grassley. Staff says he'll respond to her soon. But so far. He hasn't made that letter public. The White House says President Trump stands behind

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