Two Interesting Facts About the New Supreme Court Pick That You Won't Hear From Anyone Else - P.O.W. Report

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Two Interesting Facts About the New Supreme Court Pick That You Won't Hear From Anyone Else

Monday Evening Trump announced his nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

Now, I've obsessed about politics since I was a teenager and have never particularly cared about the Supreme Court--not much has changed with age. That said, there are two interesting tid-bits I found about Brett that you, dear reader, may find fascinating.

1. Kavanaugh led the investigation into the suicide of Clinton aide Vince Foster

For those that aren't familiar, WAY BACK IN THE DAY in the 1990's a White House Clinton aide Vince Foster was found dead in the park with two shots in the back of the head and was ruled as a 'suicide'.

Kavanaugh first emerged as a rising GOP star in 1994, when he joined the legal team of independent counsel Kenneth Starr, a former solicitor general for whom he’d worked during the George H. W. Bush administration. Starr’s investigation into an Arkansas real estate deal by Bill and Hillary Clinton morphed into a prurient examination of the former president’s affair with intern Monica Lewinsky. Kavanaugh led the investigation into the suicide of Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster, which gave birth to conspiracy theories that the Clintons killed him. Kavanaugh was later a primary author of the Starr Report, which read like a steamy romance novel with lines like, “On all nine of those occasions, the President fondled and kissed her bare breasts.” [Source]

In related news:

NEWFIELD – A suspected gas explosion splintered a two-story Gloucester County house, killing a married couple in a blast so powerful that it shook neighbors from their beds around 6:15 a.m. Saturday.

Firefighters arriving in the 300 block of Oakwood Drive found the house obliterated, and debris from the blast scattered over a one-block area.

Killed in the explosion were husband and wife John Paladino, 73, and Carole Paladino, 72, who were the only occupants in the home

Carole Paladino was rumored to testify against the Clintons in the coming the way how many houses do you know that coincidentally explode into thin air from a 'gas leak?'

2. Brett was involved in the 2000 Florida recount that ultimately resulted in a Bush Presidency

This time, it was the 2000 presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. With the Florida votes still undecided in December because of a state-mandated recount due to the razor-thin margin of the election results, Kavanaugh joined Bush's legal team, which was trying to stop the ballot recount in the state. [Source]

After the election, Kavanaugh went on to serve as an advisor to President Bush who in 2003 appointed him to the D.C. Appeals Court. Must be a coincidence...

[You may read more about Brett Kavanaugh here]

His Full Remarks on the nomination:

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