The UNC-Chapel Hill community are also submitting signatures through a more secure Google form.
Collins' wholehearted embrace of these vapid GOP talking points is emblematic of her entire justification for supporting Kavanaugh, which basically consisted of her closing her eyes and plugging her ears to information that would prove inconvenient to the creation of a conservative Supreme Court majority.
Protests against the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court continued across the state Sunday. She is widely published, works as a research consultant, and teaches at Palo Alto University.
"Senator Collins betrayed the public trust when she voted in favor of Kavanaugh's confirmation", the groups said on Crowdpac.
Christine Blasey Ford is sworn in before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sept. 27, 2018 in Washington. At some of those parties, she alleged, Kavanaugh was "fondling and grabbing girls without their consent" and, along with others, spiking drinks to force girls to lose their inhibitions. We live in a society that does not believe women. She's received "multiple serious threats" according to her office, has had protestors swarm her home each morning, and was even called a "rape apologist" by the Women's March.
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He shared an email from one customer who explained, "I've loved your product the two times I've ordered so far".
In the nomination letter, Ho writes, "Dr. Blasey Ford giving her testimony, speaking truth to power, was an inspiration for so many of us". Her testimony prompted countless women to share their own stories of sexual harassment and assault.
About 50 people showed up at a noontime rally Sunday against Collins at the Portland International Jetport shortly before she spoke at a ceremony to dedicate a bridge in Norridgewock named in memory of Cpl.
"It is a very scary thing", she said. Instead, she told Pelley, she found the opposite: No one beyond Ford had a recollection of the night in question.
According to lawyer Sandra Lundy, who lives in neighboring MA, she is not only boycotting the state - she is actively campaigning for others to join her.
Citing the "courage it took for her to take the moral and ethical stand that she did in testifying about her sexual assault experience in front of the world," a letter from English professor Jennifer Ho nominates Ford for the award.