Brett Kavanaugh

No, Kavanaugh Cannot Be Removed From Office Without Impeachment

Anti-Kavanaugh left throwing everything at the wall to see what will stick

Liberals are united in their desire to remove Justice Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court. They are united in the belief they can do so without using existing impeachment protocols. They are now divided into three different camps over how best to achieve that goal.

NYT Reporters Blame NYT Social Media Team for Kavanaugh Screw Up

'I drafted this with this in mind to have actually the opposite effect'

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin said the controversial initial tweet promoting her reporting on allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was a "misworded tweet" and that she did not intend for it to be published.

Dems Seize on Losing Campaign Issue Ahead of 2020

Republicans cheer renewed focus on Kavanaugh

In a bad year for Republicans, the GOP successfully used Brett Kavanaugh's contentious Supreme Court confirmation as a rallying call ahead of last year's midterm elections. But Democratic presidential candidates are running headlong into the issue ahead of the 2020 presidential election regardless.

Hirono (D) Calls For Kavanaugh Impeachment

Accuses Trump of 'court-packing' after filing amicus brief threatening to pack Court

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D., Hawaii) called for an impeachment inquiry into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and defended her colleagues' attack on the Supreme Court in an amicus brief during an appearance on MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports.

MSNBC Contributor: Can’t Prosecute New Kavanaugh Accusation

Alleged victim has no memory of incident

Former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance said Monday on MSNBC prosecuting the newly reported allegation of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is not an option, since the alleged victim has no memory of the event.

HuffPost Sued for Defamation in Kavanaugh Article

'Defendants knew the quoted statement . . . was false when it was published'

A Mississippi man is suing HuffPost and its former reporter Ashley Feinberg for claiming that he was responsible for the death of Robert F. Kennedy's son David in a story on then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.