Sixty-five women who knew Brett Kavanaugh in high school shred Feinstein’s claim in letter to Judiciary Committee

On Friday, MRC TV reported that 65 women who knew Judge Brett Kavanaugh in high school signed and sent a letter defending his character to Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa as well as Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the California Democrat who forwarded a letter to the FBI that reportedly included allegations of actions taken by the judge over 30 years ago.

“We are women who have known Brett Kavanaugh for more than 35 years and knew him while he attended high school between 1979 and 1983,” the letter says. “For the entire time we have known Brett Kavanaugh, he has behaved honorably and treated women with respect. We strongly believe it is important to convey this information to the Committee at this time.”

The letter goes on to state:

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Brett attended Georgetown Prep, an all-boys high school in Rockville, Maryland. He was an outstanding student and athlete with a wide circle of friends. Almost all of us attended all-girls high schools in the area. We knew Brett well through social events, sports, church, and various other activities. Many of us have remained close friends with him and his family over the years. Through the more than 35 years we have known him, Brett has stood out for his friendship, character, and integrity. In particular, he has always treated women with decency and respect. That was true when he was in high school, and it has remained true to this day.

The letter concludes: “The signers of this letter hold a broad range of political views. Many of us are not lawyers, but we know Brett Kavanaugh as a person. And he has always been a good person.”

According to some reports, the letter claims that Kavanaugh and a classmate allegedly locked a woman in a small room while other reports accuse the judge of attempting to force himself on a young woman during a party.

The classmate, identified as Mark Judge, however, called the allegation “absolutely nuts” and said he “never saw Brett act that way.”

According to the Daily Caller:

Judge went on to say the New Yorker refused to tell him the name of the woman who had made the allegation or any details about where and when the assault may have occurred. The unnamed woman has declined to give interviews with other media outlets.

Months before speaking with the New Yorker, the anonymous accuser sent a letter describing the alleged incident to Democratic Rep. Anna Eshoo of California. Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California has also been in possession of the allegations since July.

Kavanaugh has also categorically denied the accusation.

“I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation,” he said. “I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”

Feinstein, by the way, has refused to respond to the letter.

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