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Avenatti Reveals Third Kavanaugh Accuser. Here's What She's Alleging He Did.

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Adult film star Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti has revealed the identity of the third accuser against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who is claiming she was gang raped at a party in the 1980s where the SCOTUS nominee and his friend Mike Judge were both present.

In a sworn statement that was published on Twitter, Julie Swetnick, who is a former employee of the federal government, says that both Kavanaugh and Judge were frequent guests at house parties in the Washington, D.C. area in the early 1980s, stating they were “joined at the hip.”

Swetnick claims to have attended some of these house parties, and to have witnessed Judge and Kavanaugh “drinking excessively” and being “aggressive” towards female party attendees. She accuses Kavanaugh of being “demeaning” towards women, and of being a “mean drunk.”

Although she does not accuse Kavanaugh of sexual assault specifically, Swetnick calls Kavanaugh’s claims of being a virgin throughout high school and college a “lie” and says that Kavanaugh and others would “spike the punch” at parties with “Quaaludes” so that they could “gang rape” women in a side bedroom. She claims Kavanaugh and his friends would form a “train” and sexually assault women in groups.

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Swetnick says she became the victim of one of these so-called “gang rape trains” at a party where Kavanaugh and Judge were “present,” potentially implying that Kavanaugh and Judge ran a sophisticated gang-rape ring when the pair were only 15.

During his initial interviews on this topic, Avenatti claimed to be in possession of proof that Kavanaugh participated in these “gang rape trains,” but that doesn’t appear to be true.

Or he hasn’t produced the evidence yet. One or the other.

Again, the problem here is that people are making claims but have no way of backing up said allegations with any real, tangible proof. It’s all hearsay, a complicated case of “he said, she said.”

In our legal system, which is based on biblical principles, you need several different witnesses or lines of evidence in order to be convinced beyond a reasonable doubt of a person’s guilt. No such evidence against Kavanaugh seems to exist.

Again, this all seems like another ploy to keep the confirmation vote delayed.

Source: Daily Wire

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