Tell the House: Investigate Kavanaugh

In October of 2018, now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the US Supreme Court amidst accusations of sexual assault against him and compelling evidence that he lied under oath to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his personal and professional past. Kavanaugh’s confirmation process shook the public’s trust in both the Senate and our federal judiciary. Now, one year later, we have learned that not only were dozens of witnesses to Kavanaugh’s behavior ignored by the FBI but also that an entirely separate and credible allegation was altogether dismissed.

In August, US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet Chairman Hank Johnson (D-GA) sent a letter to the National Archives and Records Administration requesting previously-undisclosed records from Kavanaugh’s service in the White House. That was a good start, but they must do more. For the sake of our courts, institutions, and democracy, the American public must learn the truth behind Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Sign this petition to urge House leadership to launch a full investigation into the new and existing allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh to determine whether he deserves his seat on the US Supreme Court.

Tell the House: Investigate Kavanaugh

In October of 2018, now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the US Supreme Court amidst accusations of sexual assault against him and compelling evidence that he lied under oath to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his personal and professional past. Kavanaugh’s confirmation process shook the public’s trust in both the Senate and our federal judiciary. Now, one year later, we have learned that not only were dozens of witnesses to Kavanaugh’s behavior ignored by the FBI but also that an entirely separate and credible allegation was altogether dismissed.

In August, US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet Chairman Hank Johnson (D-GA) sent a letter to the National Archives and Records Administration requesting previously-undisclosed records from Kavanaugh’s service in the White House. That was a good start, but they must do more. For the sake of our courts, institutions, and democracy, the American public must learn the truth behind Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Sign this petition to urge House leadership to launch a full investigation into the new and existing allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh to determine whether he deserves his seat on the US Supreme Court.