Television Cameras Catch Nefarious Exchange Between Democrat Sheila Jackson And Attorney For Professor Ford

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While the Democrat activist Christine Blasey Ford was testifying to the Senate Judicial Committee, the Democrat Rep. Sheila Lee Jackson (TX) was noticed secretly handing over a note card or piece of paper to Ford’s lawyer, Michael Bromwich, the moment when they were preparing to take a break in her testimony.

The Republican Party sat in that room like a collective group of cowards, scared of being categorized as “old, white Republicans”. We are wondering who, in that group of cowards, would dare to ask what, Sheila Jackson Lee, handed Ford’s attorney during the hearing?

According to the Washington Examiner, one of the highly-influential lawyers, attorney Michael Bromwich, representing the woman who is accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, is working for her for free.

As The Hill reported, Bromwich joined forces during the weekend with the two other lawyers who are representing Christine Blasey Ford.

According to Bloomberg, joining Ford’s team was the leading reason for the Bromwich’s resignation from the Washington law firm Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber LLP, where he was a senior counsel. He was forced to leave his job as some of the partners objected to his decision, according to a note he sent out. His name will no longer appear on the firm’s roster of attorneys.

Bromwich represents former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe as well, who was dismissed in March by Attorney General Jeff Sessions due to accusations that he’d infringed the FBI and Justice Department’s policy related to disclosures to the media.

Every reasonable person would be aware that Bromwich’s decision to represent Blasey Ford is politically motivated by his desire to harm President Trump, and his pick to become the next Supreme Court Justice.

The Trump News Gazette

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