Last week, Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh was accused of attempting to rape Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford while the pair were in high school. Now, a video has surfaced of Kavanaugh from Georgetown Prep, the exclusive all-boys high school he attended. You’re about to see why the footage instantly went viral.
In the wake of sexual assault allegations made by Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford, Senator Elizabeth Warren released a video she dug up from 2015. In the footage, Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh is speaking to a group at Georgetown Prep, where he attended high school.
“Fortunately, we’ve had a good saying that we’ve held firm to, to this day, as the Dean was reminding me before the talk, which is what happens at Georgetown Prep, stays at Georgetown Prep,” Kavanaugh says in the clip.
Of course, Democrats latched onto the video and began spreading it far and wide via social media. Soon, the footage had gone viral, with misguided liberals claiming it serves as evidence that Kavanaugh did, in fact, try to rape Blasey Ford at a drunken high school party some 35-years-ago.
But, quite frankly, if this is all they have to go on, their case is pretty darn weak. This video isn’t evidence. It doesn’t prove anything. Kavanaugh was making a joke — one his audience found quite funny, judging from the resounding laughter after his one-liner.
Meanwhile, we have literally mountains of actual evidence that suggests Christine Blasey Ford isn’t exactly telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. For starters, Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) waited six weeks before releasing the letter Blasey Ford wrote her about the alleged assault. After first receiving the letter in July, Feinstein waited until the eve of Kavanaugh’s confirmation to make it public.
During that time, Kavanaugh participated in 65 different meetings with various senators, and Feinstein was among them. However, she never saw fit to bring up the sexual misconduct allegations. Feinstein also neglected to confront Kavanaugh about Blasey Ford’s letter during his confirmation hearing. Apparently, even she doesn’t believe it holds much merit and only held onto it as a last resort to stop Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
There is a much more credible letter which has surfaced since then, though. It was written by 65 women who have known Brett Kavanaugh since high school and who unanimously vouch for his upstanding character. Likewise, two of Kavanaugh’s ex-girlfriends — one who dated him in high school and one who dated him in college — have come forward with their own statements of support for the judge.
And then we have the fact that Christine Blasey Ford isn’t exactly a Girl Scout. Her yearbooks were scrubbed from the internet, as they painted a picture of a debauched environment of constant binge drinking and partying among students of the school.
Furthermore, Blasey Ford, a militant leftist, has a habit of writing letters. In June, she signed a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), an open borders advocacy group, which was sent to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In that letter, Ford signed off on statements that accused Trump of using border enforcement to “traumatize children” and claimed he was “violating fundamental human rights.”
Republicans have demanded that Blasey Ford testifies before Monday or the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh will move forward, but the judge’s accuser has refused. Now, with the credibility of her story rapidly falling apart, it is looking less and less likely that she will do so.