Attorney to Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Beth Wilkinson, made an appearance on CUB News this Wednesday morning. During her time on the air, Wilkinson told CBS that Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyer’s have failed to hand over the lie detector test results and the notes from Blasey-Ford’s therapist, as per requested by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Gateway Pundit reports that Blasey-Ford (who claimed that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high school party more than three decades ago, but cannot give specific details about the alleged assault) is scheduled to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee this coming Thursday morning.
Reporter Nora O’Donnell started off by asking Wilkinson,
Note the first question by liberal reporter Nora O’Donnell, “Is the evidence mounting against your client?”
Wilkinson answered the reporter by saying, “No, I wouldn’t say that, Nora. As you know those are statements that were made relatively recently and sadly this is an allegation from almost 36 years ago. And there was at the time no report which is understandable. But the first time these allegations came to light as far as we know from reading the reports in the media, Dr. Ford told her therapist and told her husband. They announced that there were notes and there was a lie detector test but as I understand it they did not turn any of those over to the senate committee even though they were requested. So, the information that would have shown what she said at the very first time when she revealed these allegations have not been turned over to the senate.”
WATCH: Brett Kavanaugh's attorney Beth Wilkinson tells us that lawyers for Dr. Ford have not turned over the results of her lie detector test or her therapist’s notes to the Senate Judiciary Committee. pic.twitter.com/ClAUNhwReY
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Keep in mind that Nora O’Donnell was one of over 60 leftist reporters who was found meeting privately with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign before the 2016 election.