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Nearly a thousand female faculty members at law schools around the country signed onto a letter sent to the Senate opposing Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, arguing the judge lacks “the requisite judicial temperament” to sit on the court.

Kathleen Engel, a research professor at Suffolk University Law School who helped organize the letter, told The Hill on Thursday that more than 900 women have signed onto the document since it was first circulated on Monday night.

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“Our goal is for the Senate to take its obligation to the American public seriously,” she said. “It is really a tragedy for the country and it threatens our democracy to have such a politicized process and to have a candidate who is really taking politics into the courtroom as a judge.”

The letter cited Kavanaugh’s conduct during a Senate Judiciary Hearing last week where he denied allegations from Christine Blasey Ford that he pinned her to a bed and groped her during a 1980s high school party. The signatories suggested that Kavanaugh’s combative interactions with female Democratic senators during the hearing were particularly problematic.

“Judge Kavanaugh’s lack of respect for our democratic institutions, and for women in positions of power in particular, revealed that he does not have the requisite judicial temperament,” the letter states.

“We would never allow our students to engage in such conduct even in mock proceedings in the classroom,” the letter continues. “If the venue for Judge Kavanaugh’s conduct had been a courtroom, a judge might have found him in contempt.”

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  1. How much were they paid and by whom? This is the most horrible act any one with a brain would want to be a part of at this time! I hope they all reap as they sow!
    Jackie Ricca

  2. This new breed of liberal democrats have no integrity and are morally bankrupt. They couldn’t get Kavanaugh on made-up accusations of sexual assault so now they are going after his temperament? This man has been investigated seven times now by the FBI and not once was his behavior toward women or his temperament been in question. Conservative Republicans have turned the other cheek one too many times and now evil is running rampant. We really need to start holding, these whistle blowers and people who falsely accuses a person, slandering their good name, accountable….charging them to the full extent of the law or this bad behavior will never end. What I would be interested in knowing about these 900 women is, Are they liberal democrats? And, have they come into some money recently?

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