To: The United States Senate
It is just to investigate allegations against Brett Kavanaugh before final vote
In deference to the interests of the people of the United States, the interests of the integrity of our Supreme Court, the due process rights of SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh to have allegations against him investigated, and the due process rights of Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, a full investigation of the accusations against Kavanaugh are necessary.
Why is this important?
Without a proper investigation, the Senate Judiciary Commiteeman and the full Senate can not possibly render a just and informed opinion on the standing of Kavanaugh as a lifetime appointment to the highest court in the land. Evidence could include witnesses accounts, medical records, and other sources that we can not possibly know of at this time. The Supreme Court renders decisions that impact every aspect of the day to day lives of all Americans. It is unfair to rush an appointment through without deference to collecting the facts that will allow a reasoned vote for or against a person being considered for such a position of power for decades to come. The American people deserve to know that any SCOTUS justice has the highest legal and moral integrity in serving the country in such an impactful way.