Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, one of the women who accuses Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, will both testify in front of a Senate committee today. You can watch the livestreams below even if you’re not near a TV.
The hearing is scheduled to start at 10:00am ET, 7:00am PT. And depending on how you count it, there are either four or five women who have now come forward to accuse Kavanaugh of misconduct. But the spotlight will be on Ford today who has four sworn affidavits from people who know about the incident back in the early 1980s when Ford alleges that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. You can read Ford’s prepared statement here, and Kavanaugh’s prepared statement here.
You can watch the testimony live on platforms like Facebook, YouTube, and CNN’s digital outlets (no login required) below.
There are a number of different media outlets that will be streaming today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on YouTube for free:
- ABC News has a livestream on YouTube.
You can also watch the hearings today on Facebook:
- NBC News has a livestream on Facebook.
- CBS News has a livestream on Facebook.
- And ABC News has a livestream on Facebook.
CNN also has options for watching the testimony and it’s even dropping the requirement to log in with your cable provider:
- You can watch CNN Go on your iPhone or iPad, and Android.
- You can fire up the CNN mobile apps for Kindle Fire.
- And you can watch using the CNN app for Apple TV and Roku.
Reuters TV has a few options for watching the congressional testimony on devices like your iPad, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku.
- You can watch Reuters TV on iOS and Android apps.
- And you can also watch Reuters TV on Roku and Fire TV.
And last, but not least, you can watch today’s hearing on Twitter.
- NBC News has a Periscope livestream on Twitter.
Update, 1:00pm: The committee is taking a break for lunch, but photos from the hearing say it all. Christine Blasey Ford is a national hero. And the Republicans, as you can see from the photos below, are terrified.
Update, 2:35pm: And here’s another photo for the history books, taken by Tom Williams at Getty Images: