When asked about Ford's testimony in a Sunday interview on CBS' "Face the Nation", Collins said she is "convinced that Dr. Ford believes what she told us and that she was the victim, a survivor of sexual assault".
They should have all of the classmates who've been calling into the news shows and writing letters, including the clerks who have withdrawn their support, take the mic: Make visible the testimony that the FBI ignored, & make a spectacle of their mishandling of the investigation.
"She did something really extraordinary", Ho said. Her office said on Sunday that she and her offices have been provided enhanced security for weeks because of "multiple serious threats". After November's midterm elections, however, she said she'd "be seriously considering how I can elevate the voices of people who deserve and demand to be heard and represented in DC". But while he has been confirmed to the highest court, the story isn't over for his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
One incensed voter left a voicemail for Collins in which he repeatedly screamed insults while wondering how Collins could accept Kavanaugh's statement that he considers Roe v. Wade to be "settled law" when he was "handpicked by the Federalist Society specifically to overturn" that decision. "I'd vote for her in a minute". We live in a society that does not believe women. A crowdsourcing group says it has secured pledges of more than $3 million for her opponent in 2020. "She has betrayed women across this country".
"I've had the honor of serving in the Senate for almost 22 years, and this is as ugly a situation as I've ever seen during that time", Collins said.
While the 2020 race is two years away, the future Democratic candidate already has more campaign funding than Collins.
Rice, who also served as the USA ambassador to the United Nations under Obama, said she appreciated the enthusiasm about her potential run, but said people who are angry about Kavanaugh should focus on the midterm elections.
On Sept. 27, Ford testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on national television.
"The facts presented do not mean that President - that Professor Ford was not sexually assaulted that night or at some other time". By awarding Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as a distinguished alumna, UNC Chapel Hill sends a message to her, to our students, faculty, and staff, and to the larger community of the USA and the world that we believe her-that UNC Chapel Hill believes survivors of sexual assault-and that we recognize the inordinate courage it took for her to take the moral and ethical stand that she did in testifying about her sexual assault experience in front of the world.