If you thought that claiming virginity was the most ridiculous reason Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could pull out of his ass for why he couldn’t possibly have sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford, guess again.
Kavanaugh has given the Senate Judiciary Committee his calendar from 1982, the year when the party where Ford claims he assaulted her was alleged to have happened.
The New York Times previously reported that Kavanaugh’s lawyers “will argue to the senators that the calendars provide no corroboration for her account of a small gathering at a house where he allegedly pinned her to a bed and tried to remove her clothing.” And as you can see, B E A C H W E E K is on the calendar, but “party where I’m going to sexually assault another teenager” is not. Case closed.
The Kavanaugh confirmation hearing resumes tomorrow, with testimony being given by both the judge and Christine Blasey Ford. A lawyer for Deborah Ramirez—who alleged that she was assaulted by Kavanaugh when they were both at Yale and was attacked by President Trump for coming forward—claimed on Wednesday that Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee were ducking Ramirez’s attempts to provide information about her claim.