Another accuser has crawled out from the shadows to go after SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
This time, though, the White House took it upon itself to respond to the accusations on the judge’s behalf.
The White House just sent out this sheet attempting to cast doubt on the most recent story in the New Yorker that accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. pic.twitter.com/D8KXHjGrhA
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) September 24, 2018
The Latest Accusations
The latest allegation against Kavanaugh comes from an alleged former Yale classmate of his, Deborah Ramirez.
Ramirez claims that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a college party.
But Ramirez’s account is far from airtight — and the White House statement has poked several holes in her story.
First, Ramirez openly admits that she was intoxicated at the time of the event and does not recall everything clearly.
That did not stop her from making the accusations, though.
Neither did Ramirez’s attorney, who worked with her for almost a week straight to get her story straight.
Additionally, not long after Ramirez’s allegations went public, several individuals who were reportedly there when the alleged incident occurred denied her story.
One named witness said: “Some of us were friends with Debbie Ramirez during and after her time at Yale. We can say with confidence that if the incident Debbie alleges ever occurred, we would have seen or heard about it – and we did not.”
The most damning statement of all came from someone that claimed to be one of Ramirez’s best friends at the time.
The statement read: “This is a woman I was best friends with. We shared intimate details of our lives. And I was never told this story by her, or by anyone else. It never came up. I didn’t see it; I never heard of it happening.”
More and more, this entire thing sounds like a very well-orchestrated attempt by the Deep State to undermine both Kavanaugh and President Donald Trump.
We will find out just how successful they have been on Thursday after both Christine Blasey Ford, Kavanaugh’s first accuser, and the nominee himself testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.