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    On Monday, Mollie Hemingway at The Federalist noted that The New York Times quietly added an important correction to its hit piece on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The publication admitted it did not mention “that the female student declined to be interviewed and friends say she does not recall the incident.” Authors Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly told MSNBC that they added the woman's name and information to their piece. They claim the editors took out the information.

    The smears and campaign against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will not go away despite the obvious lack of evidence he ever sexually assaulted or exposed himself to anyone. The New York Times reporters Robin Pogebrin and Kate Kelly continued this obsession with their new book, determined to keep alive the case against Kavanaugh. The case against Kavanaugh centered around Christine Blasey Ford. The authors continued to use Ford's accusations against Kavanaugh despite the lack of evidence and no one could back up her story. It was not until the end the authors noted that Christine Blasey Ford's lifelong friend Leland Keyser and others did not believe Ford's story.

    Over the weekend, The New York Times dropped a "bombshell" on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's years at Yale University. The excerpt from an upcoming book claimed a former student witnessed Kavanaugh exposing himself and forcing a female classmate to touch his penis. Mollie Hemingway at The Federalist noticed late Sunday The Times added a correction to its piece. The publication admitted it did not mention "that the female student declined to be interviewed and friends say she does not recall the incident."

    Donald Trump was elected president. But it wasn't over. There immediately launched an attempt to pressure Electors to change their votes, then an FBI-Democrat collusive attempt to undermine the presidency before it began, and a slow-motion coup to prevent the administration from governing. It's still not over, as Democrats hurl themselves towards the cliff of impeachment.

    A new book written by two New York Times reporters, excerpted in an article at the NYTimes, about the nomination and confirmation of Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh purports to raise new evidence about Kavanaugh's supposed sexual misconduct while at Yale. The new accusations do not hold up to scrutiny and are self-contradictory, but that has not stopped Democrat presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Julian Castro, and Robert "Beto" O'Rourke from calling for Kavanaugh's impeachment.

    Here at LI, we covered the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation extensively, including the wild and ultimately debunked accusations against Justice Kavanaugh. The media frenzy was as disgusting as it was illuminating.  The leftstream media fully embraced its role as partisan social justice warriors and worked hard to derail Kavanaugh's confirmation despite the ludicrous nature of the unsubstantiated claims against him.

    The Supreme Court has granted a stay of the new Louisiana anti-abortion law, in a 5-4 vote with Chief Justice Roberts siding with the four liberal Justices. The law in question requires a doctor performing abortion to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital, which critics alleged would result in only a single abortion doctor in the entire state. This is only a stay pending appeal, not an ultimate disposition of the case.

    Neomi Rao is the nominee to fill the vacancy created on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals created when Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court after a vicious campaign against him. Rao's Judiciary Committee hearing is Tuesday, February 5. Senate Democrats and liberal interest groups are trying to attack Rao in order to damage her prospects for a future Supreme Court nomination and to serve as a warning that if she is nominated, they will Bork and Kavanaugh her.
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