Kavanaugh Fights Back: "These Are Smears, Pure And Simple"Chris Menahan
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Judge Brett Kavanaugh released a forceful statement on Monday denouncing the "smears" against him and said he "will not be intimidated into withdrawing" and "the coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out."
Dear Chairman Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein:
Last night, another false and uncorroborated accusation from 35 years ago was published. Once again, those alleged to have been witnesses to the event deny it ever happened. There is now a frenzy to come up with something--anything--that will block this process and a vote on my confirmation from occurring.Everything he said is true, especially this line: "Such grotesque and obvious character assassination -- if allowed to succeed -- will dissuade competent and good people of all political persuasions from service."
This is the most vicious smear campaign I've ever witnessed. Is Amy Coney Barrett going to want to be subject to this terror campaign if Jeff Flake or Susan Collins cave over these blatantly false smears?
As I reported yesterday, TIME Magazine reporter Tessa Berenson 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."
"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,' " Berenson said.
The New Yorker article debunks itself and The New York Times similarly found zero evidence to back second accuser Deborah Ramirez's claims.
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