The brouhaha surrounding the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court has literally become the theater of the absurd. It seems that every day, there’s a new, unsubstantiated, claim being made against him in a manner reminiscent of what was done to Judge Roy Moore. It’s gotten so crazy that we now expect Democrats and other “resistors” to claim that Kavanaugh once molested a horde of wild mongrel dogs after spiking their Kibbles ‘n Bits.
Think about it. We all know about the 36-year-old allegations made by Christine Blasey Ford and the claims made by Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick. Additionally, NBC tells us that another accuser came forward, having sent an anonymous letter to GOP Senator Cory Gardner claiming that Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted a woman he socialized with in 1998 after becoming inebriated.
The letter, which can be seen here, mentions no names but claims there were four witnesses to the incident.
“When they left the bar (under the influence of alcohol) they were all shocked when Brett Kavanaugh, shoved her friend up against the wall very aggressively and sexually,” the letter says. “There were at least four witnesses including my daughter.”
The letter, however, isn’t being taken seriously.
“We have no reason to assign the letter credibility,” Said Taylor Foy, a spokesperson for Judiciary chairman Charles Grassley. “And even if we did, we’d have no way to investigate the allegation as it was made anonymously and cannot be corroborated. The committee regularly receives anonymous letters, some of which are viewed with credibility, but many of which are not. To make sure no stone was left unturned, the committee asked Judge Kavanaugh yesterday about this anonymous letter. Judge Kavanaugh flatly denied any such event ever happened.”
Gardner on latest Kavanaugh allegation: Due to privacy regarding mail that comes into our office, we do not share the content of correspondence..this anonymous letter contained no name or no contact info so our office is unable to contact the individual that sent the..letter
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) September 26, 2018
Then we learn there was another accusation, this time claiming that Kavanaugh was allegedly involved in a rape that supposedly took place on a boat in Rhode Island back in 1985.
Another accusation against Kavanaugh that he was asked about by Senate staffers this week: an alleged rape on a boat in Rhode Island in 1985. Kavanaugh denies. pic.twitter.com/MrA5Ff50RI
— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 26, 2018
The Daily Caller tells us that the individual who sent the letter was identified on Twitter as one “Jeffrey Catalan.”
A committee investigator asked Kavanaugh about the allegation during an interview on Tuesday, which he denied.
The man’s name was redacted in the transcripts released to the public but the investigator quoted verbatim several outlandish anti-Trump tweets from the man’s Twitter account, allowing reporters to identify him on Twitter as “Jeffrey Catalan.”
After getting attention on the social media site, he recanted his claim and apologized, the Daily Caller said.
“Do [sic] everyone who is going crazy about what I had said I have recanted because I have made a mistake and apologize for such mistake,” he tweeted.
So far, there’s not been a scintilla of evidence to back up any of the claims against Kavanaugh. Even the reliably liberal New York Times has not been able to corroborate claims made by Swetnick.
And what about the accusers? We’ve seen yearbooks from Ford’s high school years that shed light on the debauchery that was apparently commonplace back in the day, and we’ve learned some things about Swetnick that are highly disturbing, to say the least. On top of that, Swetnick and Ford have an interesting connection to Debra Katz, the anti-Trump attorney now representing Ford.
Moreover, a letter signed by 60 of Kavanaugh’s classmates say they never even met Swetnick and never once witnessed Kavanaugh engaging in the type of activity she described.
In a new letter signed by 60 classmates of Brett Kavanaugh they say they have literally never even met a woman named Julie Swetnick (Avenatti's client) pic.twitter.com/FJKqSppFT6
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) September 26, 2018
It’s become clear that leftists are getting desperate and are throwing everything they can, hoping something — anything — will stick, truth be damned. And Democrats tell us that all of these accusers MUST be believed, all the while claiming that the burden of proof falls on Kavanaugh.
That’s right — they’re now telling us that as far as they’re concerned, where Kavanaugh is presumed to be guilty of all charges until proven innocent beyond a shadow of a doubt.
So it’s not really a stretch to think they would stoop to accuse Kavanaugh of bestiality. Why not? After all, they don’t have to prove anything.
Senate Republicans had better wake the hell up and start smelling the coffee. Better yet, they need to grow a backbone and put a screeching halt to this nonsense. And they’d better do it fast.
- Ex-boyfriend of Kavanaugh accuser Swetnick filed restraining order against her, says ‘she’s not credible at all’
- The plot thickens: Report shows interesting connection between Kavanaugh accusers Ford and Swetnick
- Liberal New York Times: None of Swetnick’s claims against Kavanaugh ‘could be independently corroborated’
- Serious questions raised over ‘creepy porn lawyer’ Michael Avenatti’s new claim against Kavanaugh
- Right on time: Smear against Kavanaugh continues with questionable account from second accuser
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