He didn’t write the torture memo for Bush. That was John Yoo and Jay Bybee. Kavanaugh was the guy who pushed for reopening the Vince Foster death for the third time.
Here are excerpts from this article that explain why I think he’s not qualified to be a judge.
Brett Kavanaugh Was Involved in 3 Different Crises of Democracy
Of all the perilous nonsense involved in the Great Penis Hunt of 1998, the most singularly indecent episode was the…
Kavanaugh, then 30, argued that unsupported allegations that Foster may have been murdered gave Starr the right to probe the matter more deeply. Foster’s death had already been the focus of two investigations, both concluding that Foster committed suicide. “We are currently investigating Vincent Foster’s death to determine, among other things, whether he was murdered in violation of federal criminal law,” Kavanaugh wrote to Starr and six other officials in a memo offering legal justification for the probe. “[I]t necessarily follows that we must have the authority to fully investigate Foster’s death.”
“Kavanaugh pursued the Foster inquiry at Starr’s request, even though he and others in the office soon came to believe that Foster killed himself, according to two people who worked with him at the time. Ultimately, Kavanaugh’s report in October 1997 affirmed earlier findings of suicide. The Foster component of Starr’s investigation cost about $2 million and lasted three years.”