"Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez have bravely come forward and shared their stories about sexual misconduct and assault at the hands of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh", reads the walkout Facebook event.
"I can still see his face, and his hips coming forward, like when you pull up your trousers", she said.
In the last week, three sources familiar with the accusation told NBC about Ramirez's accusation. Shame on them.This charade has gone on long enough: Kavanaugh must withdraw immediately. Specifically, that Ramirez is a registered Democrat and that she "works toward human rights, social justice, and social change".
Ramirez, age 53, studied sociology and psychology at Yale and later worked for an organization that supports victims of domestic violence. Ramirez, who was raised a devout Catholic in CT, said that she was shaken.
Michael Avenetti, a United States lawyer known for representing adult film actress Stormy Daniels in her cases against President Trump, has alleged on Twitter that he is representing a third woman with "credible information" regarding Judge Kavanaugh and the alleged witness to Prof Ford's assault, Mark Judge. Republicans made a counteroffer on Friday of holding the hearing on Wednesday, and having Ford testify before Kavanaugh.
Instead, we are to believe Christine Blasey Ford, who doesn't even know the basic essentials of what she says happened to her.
"This is a smear, plain and simple", Kavanaugh said.
"Following Dr. Ford's testimony, Judge Kavanaugh will appear again before the committee", according to a statement from the committee.
A White House spokeswoman added in a second statement that the allegation was "designed to tear down a good man".
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Kavanaugh, who faces similar claims from California professor Christine Blasey Ford, vehemently denies the accusations. "The White House stands firmly behind Judge Kavanaugh".
The news comes at a critical moment for Kavanaugh's already-troubled nomination.
Trump contended that Ford's decision to wait so late before going public shows the incident probably was not "as bad as she says" - even if this runs counter to what experts say is the typical reaction of sexual assault victims afraid or embarrassed to report.
The GOP is facing enormous pressure from its base of conservative leaders and voters to swiftly approve Kavanaugh, who would become the second of President Donald Trump's nominees to sit on the nation's highest court, before the November 6 election.
The question of whether Ford would testify before the committee had gone unanswered for several days amid protracted back-and-forth tussling between Senate Republicans and Ford's legal team, who disagreed on the ideal timing of the hearing, as well as who should testify first and whether outside lawyers should be allowed to ask questions.
On Friday, Mr Grassley had rejected concessions Ms Ford wanted if she is tell her story publicly before the committee. And just seven weeks from an election in which Democrats are hoping to capture control of the House and maybe the Senate, her emergence also has drawn intensified attention to the #MeToo movement's focus on sexual abuse. Ford herself accounted for that discrepancy by saying that four boys were at the party, but only two of them had followed her upstairs and assaulted her while the other two boys remained downstairs, unaware of what was taking place.
The tentative accord could close days of brinkmanship over whether Ford would testify.
In a letter to Ford's lawyers, the committee wrote that Feinstein's move was unfair to both Ford and Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh, who has called the allegation "completely false", also has agreed to testify at the hearing planned for 10 a.m. (1400 GMT) on Thursday.