Paging SCOTUS Kavanaugh – Vince Foster is calling


No need for me to be Debbie Downer today. Look, Hillary could be naming the candidate. There are true conservatives that I trust who think this is a fine choice.

UPDATE: I’ll give you the Judge’s opinion:

Napolitano ‘Disappointed’ at Kavanaugh Nomination, He’s ‘Heart and Soul of the DC Establishment’



So we shall see. As for myself having spent the last couple of weeks reading and listening to hundreds of pages and testimony of the primary sourced “review” of the death of Vincent Foster, I find Kavanaugh’s treatment of Foster unforgivable so all of the positive comments about him fall on my deaf ears.

Do I think he will get confirmed? Maybe, and I have no intention of piling on after this post. He is our man. He was a young guy as part of the Starr team that headed up the “review.”

He was clearly determined to make his way to the Supremes since day one. How many clerk at three circuits? The Ninth Circuit may give him trouble – a sexual harassment case against the man he was clerking for resulting in a fast recusal. It will be claimed he knew about it and did nothing.

So I leave you with an earlier post if this peeks your interest. If you want primary documents this link gets you off to a good start: Source FBI Coverup

No longer any purpose of going point by point trying to persuade you to consider the possibility that Vince Foster was murdered. That I find no excuse for Kavanaugh as head of the investigation review under Starr- yes that Ken Starr of Clinton fame, didn’t raise a finger to correct an injustice but rather subverted all attempts at including dissenting opinions from the final report. That it was court that ordered that these dissenting opinions/facts be included in the final report. The first time ever.

It’s all out there for anyone to read thanks to FOIA– I can only conclude as well as others, that the investigation had a pre determined outcome before the case was ever reviewed by Kavanaugh. After all, it was the same FBI agents who did the original investigation who did the review. The lead investigator Rodriguez was not permitted to subpoena any witnesses. He stated he resigned because the conclusion had already been reached prior to the investigation. Sound familiar?

I ask you to take a couple of minutes to look at this one video below. Look at it. Think about it. I for one am done with it.  Earlier post with a couple of links.

This is the only time in history that

an Independent Counsel was ordered by the court to include

evidence of a cover-up by his own investigators in his own Report

After the lawsuit ended, documents were discovered in the National Archives that were written by Rodriguez, including a 31-page memorandum to his fellow prosecutors in the OIC dated December 9-29, 1994 on the subject of “November 29, 1994 Meeting Concerning Foster Death Matter And Supplemental Investigation Prior to Grand Jury.”  The memorandum explains why the evidence does not support a conclusion of suicide in the park and states in its first paragraph that Kavanaugh was at the meeting.


At the 2004 confirmation hearing for Kavanaugh, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) stated: “Mr. Kavanaugh served in the Office of Independent Counsel under Judge Starr, where he conducted the office’s investigation into the death of former Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr.”  A 1998 New York Times article also states that Kavanaugh “led the investigation into the death of the deputy White House counsel Vincent W. Foster Jr.”


Foremost a friend of Karl Rove. Brett Kavanaugh a true Manchurian candidate who played his cards right through the various circuits to this.

A protégé of Kenneth Starr, Kavanaugh played a lead role in drafting the Starr report, which urged the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.[1] Kavanaugh also led the investigation into the suicide of Clinton aide Vincent Foster. (Yes, he was young but was willing to play the game, forget the morality of it and take the hit for the swamp.)

After the 2000 U.S. Presidential election, in which Kavanaugh worked for the George W. Bush campaign in the Florida recount, Kavanaugh joined Bush’s staff,

Kavanaugh clerked for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, as well as Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit and Judge Walter Stapleton of the Third Circuit. Prior to his Supreme Court clerkship, Kavanaugh earned a one-year fellowship in the Office of the Solicitor General of the United States, Kenneth Starr, during which he worked on the Whitewater investigation.

After George W. Bush became president in 2001, Kavanaugh served for two years as Senior Associate Counsel and Associate Counsel to the President. In that capacity, he worked on the numerous constitutional, legal, and ethical issues handled by that office. Starting in 2003, he served as Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary. In that capacity, he was responsible for coordinating all documents to and from the president.

Kavanaugh was the fourth judge nominated to the D.C. Circuit by Bush and confirmed by the United States Senate.





15 Responses to “Paging SCOTUS Kavanaugh – Vince Foster is calling”

  1. petermc3 Says:

    While not a fan of fellow Jerseyite Judge Napolitano by any stretch of the imagination I agree 100% with his take on this. C’est domage! Then of course there’s New Jersey’s #1 race card playa and the 2020 democrat nominee for POTUS Cory Booker whose inarticulate ramblings on the issue is reason enough not to send your kid to college. The only thing he left out in his presser was, ‘Hiya, I’m from Jersey you from Jersey?”

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Your man Booker’s antics and hyperbole are second to none..then we have Harris and better yet, a new version of the “wise Latina woman” motif Cortez where we learn its all in a name.. whats not to love about the Dems?


  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    I’m reading mixed reviews about this guy, I guess we will know soon enough. I hope this was a good choice because replacing Ginsburg is going to be a tough fight when that time comes.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Same here…He was young when he was mixed up in the Starr and Foster thing and maybe was assigned the fall… either way, it is what it is.. If he can’t get confirmed no one can. McCain on board so that is a help.


  3. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    I understand everyone’s feelings – on both sides.

    I think I said it before, here, in one of my comments, it’s always been out of our hands. All we can hope for, whenever any judge is elevated to the Supreme Court, is that they understand (I don’t use the word interpret) and apply the Constitution and laws as they were written and defined by the law-makers.

    No matter a judge’s record, it can be a crap-shoot once they get to SCOTUS, IMO.

    The problem is that we have allowed the courts to usurp authority from the other branches, the states, and the People to become much more powerful than the Constitution allows. A SCOTUS pick shouldn’t be this important. Courts are just supposed to resolve disputes, that’s all. If we put the courts back in their proper Constitutional place, all this wouldn’t be so darn important.

    Liked by 3 people

    • the unit Says:

      Yep, interpret too close to translate with the way I feel about it. 🙂
      But, I was 28 once upon a time, not too proud of my record in those days.
      Probably shoulda lived in Momma’s basement, except living on coast water table was about 3 feet underground so there was not one. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Right you are Laura… but please Brett, don’t play the soup kitchen too far… it takes my mind back to Foster…


  4. Always On Watch Says:

    Look, Hillary could be naming the candidate.

    That’s my thought.

    I think that the POTUS chose Kavanaugh for building-a-new-base reasons. One of the strongly Never Trumpers over on Twitter is thrilled with the choice of Kavanaugh — a double-edged sword, IMO. Also, the choice of Kavanaugh will, once again, show what the Left is.

    Anyway, we shall see soon enough about Kavanaugh.

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      I think there is something to your point…even McCain may get off his death bed he is so tickled with the pick..

      Liked by 1 person

      • geeez2014 Says:

        YES YES! That’s what I came to suggest……I wrote it on my blog in comments…”Think McCain is THIS pleased that he’d rent a private plane for ultimate comfort in his illness and VOTE?” That would be INcredible…
        I’m also ignoring the Foster/Bush stuff from now on…if he’s appointed, he’s in and we just have to hope for the best….
        By the way, did you see that many sites are saying that Trump made a deal with Kennedy? “if you retire now, we’ll pick Kavanaugh?” That’s one thing I do NOT think Trump would do….. Nor do I think Kennedy would, not at all, but that’s the headline…

        Liked by 2 people

      • bunkerville Says:

        Z… I read it. At this point what does it matter. Lets get the guy in and see where we go… When the next pick comes in then we sure will have a rumble. I am done with the Foster stuff

        Liked by 1 person

  5. Linda Says:

    I am disappointed. Just because of being a ‘Bush man’ and working with Starr. Grant it, he played his cards right etc. I am hoping to be open minded enough to see this through. I’ve just had enough of the Bush and Clintons. That alone is a major turn off for me. smiles

    Liked by 3 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      I think you cut to the chase Linda..he is from the swamp…let us hope it turns out better than we think..Judge NAP was on Fox this morning and confirms a swamp creature.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Linda Says:

        I half listened to the judge, but, yeah, he is a swamp creature. I do like though he pro 2nd ammendment — I think Trump played that part well. I guess time will tell, sigh…..

        Liked by 1 person

      • bunkerville Says:

        Probably he has now insured he will be confirmed…anyway…we should get another pick some time soon…


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