Reporter: Source Says 'Team Working to Confirm Kavanaugh is Sticking by Him,' Confident Piling On Allegations Will Backfire"Source calls the new allegation in the New Yorker 'outlandish' and says, 'It would have been a much more effective strategy for them to just stick to the original allegation and do the best they can with it.' "
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A TIME Magazine reporter said Sunday night that a source involved in Kavanaugh's confirmation process told her everyone knew delaying the confirmation process would "basically be an invitation for open season" but they believe Democrats piling on allegations will backfire because Kavanaugh "has a lifelong record of being a person of incredible integrity and good character."
"Just spoke to a source involved in Kavanaugh's confirmation process," TIME reporter Tessa Berenson tweeted. "Some insights: 'When the hearing was scheduled for Thursday, [Kavanaugh] and everybody involved in this process knew that that would basically be an invitation for open season,' source says."
"Source calls the new allegation in the New Yorker 'outlandish' and says, 'It would have been a much more effective strategy for them to just stick to the original allegation and do the best they can with it,' " she said in a follow-up tweet.
"On Avenatti saying he has another client with allegations, source says, 'That's great. Bring it on. I mean, Michael Avenatti? I can't think of a better person to have on the other side. The guy's crazy, ok?"
"Finally, 'Everybody deplores where we are right now,' source says. But [Kavanaugh] 'has a lifelong record of being a person of incredible integrity and good character. And I don't think anybody is prepared to say that one or two unsubstantiated discredited allegations could ruin that,' " Berenson said.
"In sum: team working to confirm Kavanaugh is sticking by him."
The White House released a statement Sunday night highlighting how crazy Democrat Deborah Ramirez's story is:
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ALLEGATIONS MADE IN THE NEW YORKER ARTICLE ON JUDGE BRETT KAVANAUGHChristine Ford's credibility has similarly been falling apart. The four people she claimed witnessed her alleged incident with Kavanaugh denied having any knowledge or memory of it, including her "lifelong friend" and fellow Democrat activist Leland Ingham Keyser.
Keyser's lawyer Howard Walsh said Saturday in a statement to CNN: "Simply put, Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford."
As I reported on Saturday, Ford's associates successfully delayed her trip to Washington DC by claiming she was too afraid to fly from California, but she had no problem finishing her PhD at the University of Hawaii and her husband told the Washington Post over the weekend that after Trump's 2016 election victory she looked into moving to New Zealand.
On Sunday, her original letter to Dianne Feinstein was released and she said at the end she's "currently vacationing in the mid Atlantic."
Considering she's supposedly too afraid to fly and too scared to sleep anywhere without two exits -- such as on a claustrophobic cargo/cruise ship -- it'll be interesting to hear how she got to all those places.
There is absolutely no reason for a single Republican to cave in the face of these patently ridiculous, entirely political, last-minute allegations.
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