Kavanaugh Told Senate Investigators, ‘This Is Not right. It’s an Outrage’
(CNSNews.com) – “It’s appropriate in America for people to feel strongly about the Supreme Court,” Judge Brett Kavanaugh said in an interview conducted by Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee this week.
“It’s not appropriate for people to be dredging up uncorroborated stories and trying to refresh other people’s recollections and then stoke the media and create a feeding frenzy and destroy my family and destroy my reputation and take me down. This is not right. It’s an outrage,” Kavanaugh said.
In the interview, conducted two days ago on Sept. 25, Kavanaugh responded to three additional allegations and one anonymous letter that have come to the attention of the Senate Judiciary Committee after Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation went public.
Those three additional allegations include the “penis” episode described by Kavanaugh’s Yale classmate Deborah Ramirez; the Michael Avenatti-produced witness Julie Swetnick, who says she was gang raped at a party where Kavanaugh was present; and an allegation from a Rhode Island man that Kavanaugh raped a woman on a boat in Newport.
Committee Republicans also asked Kavanaugh about an “anonymous letter” alleging that in 1998, Kavanaugh — then working with independent counsel Kenneth Starr — shoved a woman up against a wall in a bar “very aggressively and sexually.”