Two letters received amongst which one is from the women Association of American Law Schools, which says that Kavanaugh is ‘unable to adhere to judicial professionalism’
Hundreds of US professors are making an urge to the Senate to reject Brett kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination because of his conduct on hearing of sexual misconduct allegations.
Kavanaugh is claimed of a sexual assault that he committed at the age of 17, “a calculated and orchestrated political hit” by the democrats. The signatures on letter two are being collected and arugyed to disqualify Kavanaugh with angry and tearful remarks.
One such letter from nation of group female legal educator accuses Kavanaugh of showing disrespect for women. Kavanaugh apologised later for asking Klobuchar about the drinking habit when she tried to ask him about his own.
“Judge Kavanaugh’s lack of respect for our democratic institutions and women in positions of power in particular revealed that he does not have a judicial temperament and is unable to adhere to judicial professionalism,” says the letter, Association of American Law Schools (AALS).
Kavanaugh remarked saying that democrats were attacking him because of anger on Trump’s victory in the 2016 elections. “Revenge on behalf of the Clintons, millions of dollars in money from outside leftwing opposition groups” fuelled up
In 1990’s Kavanaugh pursued this investigation in the tehn President Bill Clinton while working on independent counsel Kenneth Starr.
AALS women letter say the result of remarks Kavanaugh could no longer be realistically claimed when impartial with ruling on cases which involve liberal group.
Professor Bernard Harcourt of Columbia Law School, organised second letter and attracted almost 400 signatures on Tuesday. This letter was scheduled to be delivered at the Senate on Thursday noon.