Jerry Nadler ought to be ashamed of himself for his most recent political stunt. Nadler is now going after Brett Kavanaugh, again.
The left just cannot leave a good man like Brett alone, so rabid are they in their hatred of all things conservative. They should blame Hillary for losing not Brett for being a conservative.
Nadler is demanding access so he can comb through all of Brett’s communications from his time in the Bush administration – an issue already litigated and the Dems lost – again.
It is truly disgraceful what they are doing to Brett Kavanaugh. What does he think will come of this? They will never impeach Brett, so why do this? Nadler wrote in his official request:
“The business of the Supreme Court has profound implications for the American people and the institutions of our government. In the coming year, the Supreme Court will again address important matters regarding civil rights, criminal justice, and immigration.
“The Court may also review certain high-profile cases related to reproductive rights, the separation of powers, and the limits of executive authority all topics within the jurisdiction of the House Judiciary Committee (the Committee),” he continued.
“Now and as always, the Courts Fidelity to the principles of equal and impartial justice, as well as the public’s faith in the integrity of the judiciary, are foundational to maintaining the rule of law.”
“The Committee also exercises legislative authority, including investigative and oversight authority, with respect to [t]he judiciary and judicial proceedings, civil and criminal, and federal courts and judges.
1 The Committee’s jurisdiction encompasses the laws governing judicial ethics and the judicial oath of office; judicial disqualification, and misconduct; and the organization of the Supreme Court.
In that capacity, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet recently held a hearing to consider possible legislation promoting ethics, accountability, and transparency in the federal courts.
2 As it has in the past, the Committee is considering legislative proposals to create a code of conduct for Supreme Court Justices.
3 It has also reviewed other proposals in recent years regarding transparency in the Supreme Court’s proceedings, the adequacy of the Justices financial disclosures, and the circumstances in which Justices or judges must disqualify themselves from 08863.
4 In light of these and other legislative and oversight responsibilities, we write to request that the National Archives complete its review of certain presidential records related to Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh’s service in the White House from 2001 to 2006 and provide these records to the Committee, as provided for in 44 U.S.C.