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September 24th, 2018 - On the Todd Starnes Show:
A new accuser steps forward and Democrats are calling for another stall in the confirmation process for Judge Kavanaugh. Todd asked listeners to call their Senators and report back and the phone lines were buzzing! Listen here to Todd's conversation with New Jersey caller Sandy - who had a less than pleasant experience with Senator Booker's office.
"He took my message - then he laughed at me - and said thank you."
After days of negotiating and extended deadlines Judge Brett Kavanaugh's accuser Christine Blasey Ford will testify on Thursday but - will this be derailed by a second accuser? Deborah Ramirez, attended Yale with the judge, and now says that he also engaged in sexual misconduct with her in the early 1980s. Todd and RNC Spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany discussed the latest accuser. TWITTER: @ kayleighmcenany
"The New York Times, who has issued two retractions in the last two weeks - they're not known for their journalistic integrity - at least not recently - wouldn't even run with this - because of two reasons. They said, we couldn't find a single corroborating eyewitness. We interviewed dozens and dozens who all denied this happened, and most importantly, to me, the accuser her name is Miss Ramirez, she said for 35-years she could not figure out who this person was, and following six days of talking with a lawyer this week - she decided oh it must have been Brett Kavanaugh."
News broke about a letter, sent to Senators Grassley and Feinstein about Judge Brett Kavanaugh during the show's third hour and Todd brought listeners the latest updates. Joining this hour, Attorney and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News Christine Flowers, who discussed the latest developments with Todd and his listeners. TWITTER: @flowerlady61
"All bets are off. This is war. I am outraged. I'm nauseated by what the democrats are doing, but what progressives are doing by the character assassination of this incredibly good man - and I love what you said, not even The New York Times would bite this particular bone."
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