On Thursday in a much-awaited Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh offered testimony that took up most of the day in what’s become a quite eventful Supreme Court nomination process. Ford, who graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in psychology in 1988, was questioned for hours by a prosecutor hired by the committee, and she was followed by Kavanaugh, who appeared quite angry and shed several tears. There wasn’t a whole lot of new information revealed during the hearing, and time will tell how and if the testimony will affect the vote, which was scheduled before the hearing took place for today. One thing we do know? Regardless of Kavanaugh’s innocence or guilt, ain’t nobody got time for sexual violence.
By: The Point Staff
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