Federal Court Dismisses All Complaints Against Kavanaugh As Dianne Feinstein Hangs Head In Shame

The left just suffered another and this time a final defeat in the Brett Kavanaugh smear job debacle. You would have thought they moved on after they got beat down in public during the hearings and confirmation vote, but you would be wrong.

The left kept it up and kept lodging complaints against Brett Kavanaugh resulting in Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts referring 15 complaints about Kavanaugh to the Denver-based 10th Circuit on October 10.

This was the left’s last-ditch effort to stop Kavanaugh and it failed spectacularly as the judiciary council just handed down their ruling and sided with Kavanaugh.

Brett has long denied the scandalous charges and while he keeps winning in court he has no remedy to repair his damaged reputation.

Dianne Feinstein should be ashamed. From CNN: 

A judicial council from the Denver-based US appeals court has dismissed 83 complaints that were lodged against new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh based largely on statements he made during his contentious September confirmation.

 In a 10-page order, the council said that the complaints — the first of which were referred to the court by Chief Justice John Roberts on October 10 — could not be acted on because Kavanaugh, as a justice, is no longer covered by the judiciary’s misconduct rules.

“Complainants’ allegations vary … but they generally allege the Justice Kavanaugh made false statements during his nominations proceedings to the DC Circuit in 2004 and 2006 and to the Supreme Court in 2018; made inappropriate partisan statements that demonstrate bias and a lack of judicial temperament; and treated members of the Senate Judiciary Committee with disrespect,” wrote 10th Circuit Chief Judge Timothy Tymkovich.

Kavanaugh, who had served for 12 years on a lower federal court, won the life-tenured seat in October after a bitter partisan fight.

Senate Democrats criticized his conservative positions on the law during the first round of hearings, but the more volatile session came when Christine Blasey Ford accused the nominee of sexually assaulting him when both were teenagers in suburban Maryland.