Just in time for the long-awaited (at least, the last week and a half feels like a very long time to me) testimony of Kavanaugh’s original accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow, a third woman has been ushered out by none other than “creepy porn lawyer” Michael Aventatti.
Avenatti’s involvement with this woman should have been the first clue her story was likely baseless since he’s an absolute news camera addict and has made no secret of his consideration of a 2020 presidential run despite literally no one desiring him to do so.
Predictably, his client’s story seems to largely be hot air.
Now, for the record, since I consider sexual impropriety of all kinds to be immoral, if this woman is telling the truth about what happened to her, those responsible should absolutely be held accountable for their actions although, since it seems unlikely she can prove anything, will, fortunately, answer to their Maker one day.
Here are the details, via CNN:
A third woman has presented the Senate Judiciary Committee with allegations of inappropriate behavior by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, accusing him of sexually aggressive behavior at alcohol-fueled parties when he was in high school.
The new accuser, Julie Swetnick, was identified by her lawyer Michael Avenatti on Twitter Wednesday morning. In a sworn statement prepared by Avenatti and submitted to committee, Swetnick said that Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge were present at a party where she was drugged and “gang raped.”
Swetnick did not identify Kavanaugh or Judge as her attacker in that incident. She said in her statement that there are two witnesses who can attest to her account, but she has not identified them publicly.
Yeah…that’s about it.
Swetnick claims she saw Kavanaugh and Judge at many parties where Kavanaugh would drink and was sexually aggressive and would grab other girls without their consent. She claimed they were involved in a group of boys who would spike the punch and organize gang rapes, but has no substantive details beyond this.
There were, however, sixty people who came forward to deny Swetnick’s claims and even the assertion that she was acquainted with Kavanaugh in that era.
Sixty men and women who attended Georgetown Prep or sister schools in Washington, DC, and said they knew Kavanaugh well during his time in high school signed a letter Wednesday to directly refute Swetnick, calling her allegations “nonsense.”Advertisement - story continues below“In the extensive amount of time we collectively spent with Brett, we do not recall having ever met someone named Julie Swetnick,” the group said in the letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee. “Nor did we ever observe Brett engaging in any conduct resembling that described in Ms. Swetnick’s declaration.”