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Kavanaugh Turns Over Calendar from Summer of ’82 to Senate Committee

Four months of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's calendar from the summer of 1982. (Senate Judiciary Committee)
Four months of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's calendar from the summer of 1982. (Senate Judiciary Committee)

Four months of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s calendar from the summer of 1982. (Senate Judiciary Committee)

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh turned over a calendar detailing four months over the summer of 1982. Copies of the calendar were released by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“The calendars were provided pursuant to Chairman Grassley request that Judge Kavanaugh provide any and all documentary evidence he may possess relating to the allegations raised by Dr. Ford,” said George Hartmann, the press secretary for Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.

Christine Blasey Ford, a liberal activist and Palo Alto University psychology professor, alleged in a letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., Judge Kavanaugh attempted to rape her at a high-school party in or about 1982, when he was 17 and she was 15.

However, she can’t remember where exactly the party was or how she got there. The allegation, which was disputed by all parties mentioned in her account, was made in a letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Senator Feinstein withheld it for 6 weeks and it was only leaked after the Senate Judiciary Committee held hearings on the confirmation. During those hearings, Democrats attempted to obstruct, paid protestors and staged outbursts.

Politically, they didn’t land a glove on him.

Judge Kavanaugh, 53, serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. President Donald Trump moved on the nomination to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, who announced a few weeks before that he would retire, effective July 31.

He has vehemently denied the allegations — now totaling three — and sources tell People’s Pundit Daily (PPD) that Judge Kavanaugh has been eager to defend himself against these allegations, publicly.

The third and latest allegation comes on the eve of the high-profile hearing, and from Democrat PR attorney Michael Avenatti, who identified and released a “sworn declaration” from a woman claiming the nominee was involved in “gang” rapes in the 1980s and “in approximately 1982” she herself became a victim.

The affidavit appeared to claim to have witnessed these accusations, though doesn’t specifically name the nominee as one of those who assaulted her.

“This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone,” Judge Kavanaugh said in a statement through the White House. “I don’t know who this is and this never happened.”

Technically, Swetnick is the third woman to level an allegation of sexual misconduct against Judge Kavanaugh, which date back to his time at Georgetown Prep high school in Maryland and Yale University.

A second allegation was by a woman named Deborah Ramirez in The New Yorker. She claimed he exposed himself and shoved his penis in her face while they played a drinking game in a dorm at Yale. However, The New York Times spoke with dozens of people.

None of them, to include those mentioned in her account, could corroborate the story. In fact, they vehemently deny the events ever took place.

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