Kavanaugh accusers attacked with shameless smears on social media

Emmett Rice
September 26, 2018

A second woman has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, with an ex-classmate of Kavanaugh's from Yale accusing him of exposing himself to her at a party at the school.

"She said well it might not be him, and there were gaps, and she was totally inebriated and all messed up", Trump told reporters.

Still, Kavanaugh told Fox News host Martha MacCallum on Monday, "I've never sexually assaulted anyone".

In the midst of his visit to the United Nations, President Donald Trump on Tuesday denounced Democrats and some of the allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanugh, as the President accused Democrats of playing a "very unsafe game" in their opposition to the judge's nomination.

"Thank you for admitting that", Kimmel said. He said he did not question that perhaps Ms Ford at some point in her life was sexually assaulted, "but what I know is I've never sexually assaulted anyone".

He added that Democrats are playing a "dangerous game", and it would be a "horrible insult" to the nation if Kavanaugh is not confirmed.

"If such a thing had happened, it would have been the talk of campus", Mr Kavanaugh said.

Just hours later, The New Yorker dropped a new bombshell, reporting that a second woman was accusing the Washington appeals court judge of sexual misconduct, while they were students at Yale University around 1983-84. On Sept. 21 he shamed Professor Ford for not coming forward when she says the alleged sexual assault attempt occurred.

Kavanaugh has denied both allegations.

While The New Yorker reported former Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett - now a private attorney with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck - was representing her, Clune confirmed with the Daily Camera today that he is representing Ramirez.

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"I'm not going to let false accusations drive us out of this process", Kavanaugh said.

Kavanaugh denied the story, calling it "a smear". At the same time, she noted that Kavanaugh has been "unequivocal in his denial" of sexual assault allegations.

Ms Ford and Mr Kavanaugh are set to testify on Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Michael Avenatti, a lawyer who represents a porn star claiming to have had an affair with Trump, has said he is also representing a possible third Kavanaugh accuser, whom he has not identified.

The judiciary committee that needs to approve Kavanaugh's confirmation has a narrow 11-10 Republican majority, but Sen. Ramirez, 53, is the same age as Kavanaugh and they both graduated from the university in 1987.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also came out in Kavanaugh's defence.

"I was never at any such party", Kavanaugh said during the interview.

Republicans face a narrow path to confirmation for Kavanaugh, which could be derailed by a few defections from their own party. "I think it's disgusting that they have exploited these individuals", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told Fox News on Tuesday.

In the event that Kavanaugh's nomination does not go through, Trump might in turn nominate one of these judges, who were chosen from a list of 25 judges selected by the conservative Federalist Society.

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