Brett Kavanaugh for committing perjury at his U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for confirmation in 2018. Kavanaugh was questioned thoroughly by Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont about what Kavanaugh knew about possible crimes committed by then President George W. Bush, Jr. Brett Kavanaugh was George W. Bush, Jr.’s Staff Secretary. As staff secretary, Kavanaugh knew most of what top secret activity was authorized, approved, and processed at the Bush White House. When Sen. Leahy asked Kavanaugh, if he, Kavanaugh, knew about the orders of George W. Bush authorizing torture, authorizing the setting up of secret prisons in Europe, authorizing illegal wiretapping of U.S. residents phones without court subpoenas or court orders, authorizing illegal obtaining of telephone records of U.S. residents and or U.S. citizens, without court subpoenas from telephone companies, Kavanaugh gave highly suspicious unbelievable answers to Senator Leahy and Kavanaugh claimed he never knew or heard anything about any of this allegedly illegal activity by then President George W. Bush Jr. which was later admitted by then President George W. Bush Jr. Kavanaugh claimed, that the first he knew of any of this admittedly illegal activity by President Bush Jr., was when he, Kavanaugh read about these crimes in the New York Times. KAVANAUGH SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED FOR, PERJURY POSSIBLY COMMITTED BY KAVANAUGH IN THE ANSWERS THAT HE GAVE TO SEN. PATRICK LEAHY. It is impossible for the Staff Secretary, Kavanaugh, who was holding a top secret clearance to work with all of the Presidents staff could not know about the possibly criminal activities committed by President Bush Jr. and or his staff in the White House, or staff who answered to President Bush in the National Security Agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, the United States Army and Marine Corps, the Defense Intelligence Agency. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
BRETT KAVANAUGH ENGAGED IN SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR AT HIS 2018 U.S. SENATE HEARINGS FOR HIS POSSIBLE CONFIRMATION THAT SHOULD BE CRIMINALLY INVESTIGATED
Brett Kavanaugh should be investigated to find out if he committed perjury at his confirmation hearings before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont questioned Brett Kavanaugh about Kavanaugh’s knowledge and behavior during the time that Kavanaugh worked for then-President George W. Bush Jr. as a Staff Secretary. This is a highly unusual situation where a male works as a Staff Secretary to the President of the United States. In this case, the male is a licensed attorney. Brett Kavanaugh was a staff attorney to President George W. Bush Jr. because there would be attorney-client privilege to prevent Brett Kavanaugh from reporting crimes that he observed the President ordering and committing, to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
SUSPICIOUS RETIREMENT OF ANTHONY MCCLEOD KENNEDY. SUSPICIOUS REPLACEMENT OF ANTHONY MCCLEOD KENNEDY BY BRETT MICHAEL KAVANAUGH. A SPECIAL COUNSEL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR SHOULD BE APPOINTED TO INVESTIGATE WHETHER ANTHONY MCCLEOD KENNEDY RECEIVED BRIBES FROM A BILLIONAIRE OR MULTIMILLIONAIRE TO RESIGN HIS LIFETIME COURT JUDGESHIP TO ALLOW EX PRESIDENT TRUMP TO REPLACE KENNEDY WITH AN EXTREME RIGHT JUSTICE, IN THIS CASE BRETT KAVANAUGH, WHO IS A FUNDAMENTALIST CATHOLIC.
THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT COUNSEL PROSECUTOR SHOULD ALSO INVESTIGATE ANTHONY MCCLEOD KENNEDY INVOLVEMENT IN ILLEGALLY STOPPING THE ELECTION RECOUNTS IN THE ENTIRE STATE OF FLORIDA FROM AL GORE IN 2000. KENNEDY SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED BY A FEDERAL GRAND JURY TO DETERMINE IF ANTHONY MCCLEOD KENNEDY ACCEPTED BRIBES IN 2000 TO STOP FULL STATE RECOUNTS IN FLORIDA IN THE BUSH V. GORE CASE.