The Kavanaugh Hoax Continues: Lets Review The Evidence

New sexual assault allegations have recently been pointed at Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh. After a slew of investigations had been levied against Kavanaugh several months ago. Coincidentally just before his confirmation vote, news had begun to die down about the judge’s alleged double life until these recent allegations. Among the allegations included rape, gang rape, and the drugging of women at parties.

Although no charges were filed, and no evidence was shown of his guilt in any of these cases. Mainstream media outlets such as CNN and MSNBC continue to cover the allegations as though Kavanaugh is likely guilty.

Given that the left-leaning media outlets continue to refuse to show the whole picture, here is a look at the entire Kavanaugh saga.

Christine Blasey Ford

In a US court of law, a defendant is innocent until proven guilty. Otherwise, every false accusation could be taken as fact. False accusations, and more specifically, false allegations of rape happen all the time. In the earlier half of the previous century, false rape accusations were often used as an excuse to lynch innocent black men, as was the case in the 1920 Duluth lynchings.

All that is to say rape accusations can indeed destroy lives, and it’s essential to have some sort of evidence to back up any claims. Christine Blasey Ford had none.

The Accusation

When Kavanaugh was revealed to be on Trump’s shortlist for Supreme Court nominee, Ford contacted both her congresswoman, Anna Eshoo, and the Washington Post. She opened up to them about her allegations that Kavanaugh had raped her back in high school. After talking, Ford and Eshoo met with Diane Feinstein about how to proceed.

A few weeks later, Feinstein shared this information, beginning a media firestorm surrounding the soon to be Justice of the Supreme Court. What followed that was much speculation, investigations, and a hearing where both Ford and Kavanaugh testified. None of this brought any new evidence into play.

Ford’s only evidence was her memory, which, throughout the investigation into Kavanaugh, was proven to be quite unreliable. Accounts told by Ford didn’t match up with what was written in her therapist’s notes. Witnesses supposedly at the scene said they had no idea what she was talking about, and virtually every other detail Ford admitted she was fuzzy on. Every aspaspecct except, of course, Kavanaugh’s identity as her rapist.

Aftermath

Despite the numerous inconsistencies in Ford’s testimony liberal outlets, such as the New York Times and CNN, still champion her as brave, writing headlines that presume Kavanaugh’s guilt. She was even featured in Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people, with Senator Kamala Harris writing her profile.

Christine Blasey Ford is clearly not a credible witness. News stories later came out revealing that close friends and even her father don’t believe the claims. A video also dropped just over a week ago of Ford’s attorney admitting the accusations were politically motivated.

The one-piece of “evidence” that Ford’s lawyers brought forward was her own polygraph tests. Months later, her former boyfriend admitted that not only was Ford familiar with polygraph tests. She also helped her friend Monica McLean prepare for a polygraph. All this despite giving testimony in front of congress to the contrary.

Although many claimed that Christine Blasey Ford had nothing to gain from the accusations, she has made nearly $1 million in crowdfunding donations. An additional $600,000 was raised in support of Justice Kavanaugh, all of which he declined.

Deborah Ramirez

In an interview with The New Yorker, Deborah Ramirez claimed that Judge Kavanaugh had exposed himself to Ramirez. He forced her to touch his genitalia at a Yale University college party in 1983.

Although the claims remained unsubstantiated since they were levied nearly a year ago, the New York Times recently published an excerpt. From the soon to be released anti-Kavanaugh book “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation.”

It was later revealed, embarrassingly enough to editors at the NYT, that the esteemed news publication had left out some critical details. Namely that the book states, Deborah Ramirez doesn’t even remember the incident. That’s right, Ramirez denies any recollection of the incident.

The NYT has since added a correction to their original story.

Judy Munro-Leighton

Sent in the form of a letter to Senator Kamala Harris was another anonymous accusation. Described in the letter are horrible details of Kavanaugh and his friend raping the unidentified “Jane Doe.”

Upon investigation, it was revealed that the writer of the letter, a left-wing activist named Judy Munro Leighten, was decades older than Kavanaugh. She admitted to never having met Kavanaugh and had made the whole thing up saying, “I was angry, and I sent it out.”

Julie Swetnick

The third accuser, Swetnick, claimed that Kavanaugh was among a group of men in the 1980s who would spike drinks of girls at high school parties and then gang rape them. Kavanaugh and his friends would be “lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their ‘turn’ with a girl inside the room.”

If the allegations by Swetnick sound a bit too absurd, that’s because they are. It turns out that Swetnick has a long history of making up sexual misconduct claims.

Her former employer, a company, called Webtrends, filed a lawsuit against Swetnick for both lying about her graduation from Johns Hopkins University and falsely reporting sexual misconduct in the workplace.

Swetnick offered no evidence to help make her case, just like her unsubstantiated claims against Kavanaugh.

Swetnick also sued New York Life Insurance Co. for an additional claim of sexual harassment.

In a later interview, Swetnick walked back all of her claims. Instead of seeing Kavanaugh spike drinks, she merely saw him stand next to a punch bowl. Rather than watching him and his friends run a train on intoxicated women, Swetnick merely saw the men “huddled by doors.”

The whole Julie Swetnick saga was punctuated by the testimony of her former boyfriend, Richard Vinneccy. Vinneccy had filed a restraining order against Swetnick, claiming she had threatened the lives of his wife and child. According to Vinneccy Julie Swetnick could not be a less credible witness.

Conclusion

The allegations of Swetnick, Munro-Leighton, and Ramirez were all proven to be verifiably false. This left only Christine Blasey Ford, whose case was so evidenceless that outside council concluded there is no reasonable prosecutor who would bring charges against Kavanaugh.

Not only was the judge not proven beyond a reasonable doubt, but this case also didn’t even meet a preponderance of evidence standard. In fact, there was not one shred of verifiable evidence or testimony brought forward by Ford.

All of these facts seem to have been lost on the mainstream media, which continues to depict Brett Kavanaugh as a dangerous rapist and Christine Blasey Ford as a brave former victim. All of this results in a large contingent of leftists believing that Kavanaugh is obviously guilty of rape. The following video by PragerU displays this quite clearly. If only people could think for themselves.

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