[ASI] A Kavanaugh Cover-Up?

August 21st, 2018 at 2:20 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

To ASI Supporters:

Look at this headline from the New York Times:

But the Times is part of the cover-up. The Times is preoccupied with Kavanaugh’s work as White House staff secretary to President George W. Bush. The real issue is his work as a prosecutor who covered-up the murder of Clinton White House lawyer Vincent Foster.

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The Times did note: “Before becoming a judge, he was a loyal Republican warrior, working on the Starr Report that recommended the impeachment of President Bill Clinton…”

He was a “loyal Republican” who covered up for the Clintons. The “relevant” issue is the death of Foster. If Kavanaugh had pursued the truth, we would have had conclusive proof that Foster was murdered, and the search for the killer (or killers) would have begun.

As our report shows, the search leads to the Deep State. Everything we say is documented. We have the documents. We have the tape-recorded conversations with Kavanaugh.

Learn the truth before the Kavanaugh hearings begin on September 4. Remember that it’s a lifetime job. Time is winding down. Help us get the story out.

For America’s Survival,

Cliff Kincaid,




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