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An attorney for the second accuser of alleged sexual misconduct by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is demanding an FBI probe into her allegations.

“The attorney representing Deborah Ramirez, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, says his client is willing to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee, but only after the FBI investigates the alleged incident,” according to a Tuesday report.

According to the attorney, John Clune, the Senate Judiciary Committee has not agreed to such an investigation, leaving the two parties at an impasse. Thus she has not been invited to testify.

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“She would be willing to testify, but we can’t even talk with the Senate Judiciary Committee about what that would look like, and they certainly haven’t invited her,” he said on “Today” Wednesday morning. “So, at this point, it’s a moot question.”

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Further, the report said that Ramirez has refused to comply with the Committee’s process of even discussing a hearing.

“The Ramirez legal team has declined to comply with the committee’s established process and investigation and seem to prefer working through the media,” an Committee aide told the Washington Examiner. 

Clune blasted the entire process proposed by the Committee.

“We don’t go straight to trial and skip the investigation process,” he reportedly said. “We have a process that’s set up on how to do the background investigations into potential candidates for the U.S. Supreme Court and to cheat that process is going to end up with an unintelligent outcome.”

But Democrats have been adamant that since there is no criminal proceeding, Kavanaugh does not deserve due process or the presumption of innocence. It seems that they cannot make up their minds.

Kavanaugh’s first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, said she would not testify before the Committee without an FBI investigation, but is scheduled to testify Thursday.

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Buffalo Police Officers are Back on Payroll After Encounter with Far-Left Activist Who Took a Fall

This is good news for the rule of law.

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Buffalo, N.Y. officers Aaron Torgalski and Robert McCabe, who were suspended last month following an encounter with a left-wing agitator, are back on payroll despite being hit with felony assault charges.

Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn Jr. filed the charges to appease the mob, but law enforcement has stood with Torgalski and McCabe. Hundreds of cops have lent their support to the duo, and a petition in favor of their reinstatement has been signed 2,700 times. Capt. Jeff Rinaldo confirmed on Monday that the men are back on the city’s payroll.

57 Buffalo police officers resigned from the city’s Emergency Response Team after Torgalski and McCabe were suspended for attempting to keep the peace against the mob.

“Fifty-seven resigned in disgust because of the treatment of two of their members, who were simply executing orders,” said John Evans, president of the Buffalo Police Benevolent Association.

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The fake news media rallied around 75-year-old Martin Gugino after he did his fall following a police encounter at a Black Lives Matter (BLM) rally last month. However, President Donald Trump never bought the hype, suggesting in a controversial tweet that Gugino staged the incident to demonize law enforcement.

Former FBI agent Gary DiLaura echoed the President’s sentiments, saying that Torgalski and McCabe showed impressive restraint while dealing with Gugino as he accosted them.

“I can’t believe that they didn’t deck him. If that would have been a 40-year-old guy going up there, I guarantee you they’d have been all over him,” DiLaura said.

“He absolutely got away lightly. He got a light push and in my humble opinion, he took a dive and the dive backfired because he hit his head. Maybe it’ll knock a little bit of sense into him,” continued the ex-fed, who has trained Buffalo police on proper defensive tactics when dealing with threats.

“These cops were acting how they have been trained to act. There’s no way they are going to be convicted of assault,” DiLaura added.

Gugino also has a long history of arrests due to his left-wing activism. He has a long record of being involved with illicit and unlawful demonstrations but was ultimately shielded for the consequences of his behavior because of lax criminal justice policies.

Buffalo reinstating pay for Torgalski and McCabe is a good sign for the rule of law, but they must be exonerated completely for justice to truly be served against the left-wing mob.

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