Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, referring Julie Swetnick, one of Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers, and her attorney Michael Avenatti for investigation.
One of the male members from Beth Moore’s worship band got on his knees and apologized to the women in attendance at a conference for Native American women for any pain they have received because of men.
As senators remain embroiled in a contentious battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s potential elevation to the U.S. Supreme Court, faith groups are increasingly voicing both passionate opposition to and support for the nominee.
Last week Bill Cosby was sentenced to prison for drugging women and sexually abusing them. In the last 12 months dozens of men have lost their careers over sexual abuse scandals that began with Harvey Weinstein, the most powerful man in Hollywood.