President Trump and numerous Senate Republicans trying to salvage Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination have abandoned Moore since he lost Alabama's U.S. Senate election to Democrat Doug Jones, after more than half a dozen women accused Moore of pursuing them when they were teenagers.
"I certainly understand and respect Dr. Ford's desire for an investigation of her allegations".
Celebrities like Julianne Moore, Marisa Tomei, and Gabrielle Union - among other women - filmed the video in support of Ford. "I hope Republican Voters, and others, are watching, and studying, the Democrats Playbook".
Chairman Chuck Grassley is also setting deadlines.
She said it's "shocking but not surprising" that President Trump does not believe that the FBI should investigate the allegations against Kavanaugh. "If she shows up and makes a credible showing", Trump said, referring to Ford, "that'll be very interesting, and we'll have to make a decision".
Judge Kavanaugh, 53, says the assault allegation, which dates back to his teenage years, is "completely false".
A group of about 40 protesters, a lot of them women, clogged the lobby of Grassley's Senate office on Thursday. "She continues to believe that a full non-partisan investigation of this matter is needed and she is willing to cooperate with the Committee".
The White House under President George W Bush ordered that inquiry.
Senate Republicans have given Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford an ultimatum: She can testify Monday about her accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh or not testify at all. We've offered Dr. Ford the opportunity to share her story with the committee, as her attorney said yesterday she was willing to do.
He called the allegation against Judge Kavanaugh "a drive-by shooting".
Trump's fellow Republicans appear to be counting on her failure to quickly agree to testify on Monday as a boost for Kavanaugh's confirmation chances.
"The rush to a hearing is unnecessary, and contrary to the Committee discovering the truth", she adds. They are fantasizing about a bunch of wealthy old white men demeaning a sexual assault victim, and the campaign commercials they could make out of it.
Thursday morning, in an interview with National Public radio, Miranda admitted that although she felt "empowered" to tell her story suggesting firsthand, contemporaneous knowledge of the alleged assault, but as far as whether the alleged assault actually occurred, well, Miranda says, "That it happened or not, I have no idea". "This is not only, if it is true, it is not only a sexual assault ― it's a childhood sexual assault", New York Times columnist Charles Blow said on a Wednesday night segment of CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time". "If she shows up that would be wonderful".
He has called the allegation against Judge Kavanaugh "a drive-by shooting".
Townsend said the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into the claims would take "a couple of days".