Via press release from right wing lobbyist Jack Burkman:
After allegations of sexual assault stalled the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Jack Burkman, a D.C.-based lawyer and lobbyist, is offering a $25k reward for information on Kavanaugh’s three accusers. As rumors regarding the timing and potential of political motivation swirl, Burkman hopes to uncover the truth and supply the public with more details on this case.
“The stakes of these allegations are like no other,” said Burkman. “Kavanaugh is an esteemed professional hoping to fulfill his duties in the highest judicial position available. This case deserves no stone left unturned out of fairness to all parties involved. There’s too much at risk.”
The first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, is tentatively scheduled to provide testimony to Congress on Thursday and according to a Sunday report in the New Yorker, Senate Democrats are currently looking into a second set of allegations by a woman named Deborah Ramirez. An unnamed third accuser is said to be represented by attorney Michael Avenatti. “These women deserve to have their story told,” said Burkman. “But it’s crucial that the Senate and, most importantly, the American people have all facts at their disposal beforehand.”
Burkman previously offered rewards for evidence of “FBI wrongdoing” regarding Trump and for information in the Seth Rich murder. Earlier this year he claimed that he’d nearly been murdered by a fellow Seth Rich conspiracy nutjob. He first appeared on JMG in September 2014 when he called on Christians to boycott any NFL team that hired gay defensive end Michael Sam. Burkman later canceled his protest outside a Dallas Cowboys game, citing death threats from unnamed persons.
I just got a press release saying D.C. lobbyist Jack Burkman — who also pushed the Seth Rich conspiracy theory — is offering a reward in exchange for information on Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers.
And then you wonder why survivors don’t come forward. pic.twitter.com/ONAxvN91TL
— Andrea González-Ramírez (@andreagonram) September 25, 2018
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) September 25, 2018