Sen Chuck Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee has released the final report on Brett Kavanaugh and they found no evidence that any of the accusations as being true. Christine Blasey Ford may not be so lucky. There was a witness who testified that we were not aware of.
The man is unnamed but he had a story to tell about Ford that’s very interesting. He claimed, under oath and penalty of felony, that when he was 19, he attended a party near the Metro station, where Ford claims Kavanaugh assaulted her. He said he was in a bedroom with Ford and that she initiated kissing.
She was wearing a swimsuit under her clothes and the make-out session ended when a friend of his jumped on the bed as a prank. Doesn’t his story sound familiar?
According to a 414-page report released by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), there is “no evidence” that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted any of his accusers, but there is evidence that some of Kavanaugh’s accusers may have been involved in a criminal conspiracy to mislead the committee.
In a lengthy series of tweets, the Judiciary Committee announced the report and explained some of the work that went into its compilation.
The report took special aim at Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick, who issued a sworn statement just days before a planned Judiciary Committee vote that accused Kavanaugh of having participated in numerous parties where he drugged women in order to gang rape them. Swetnick was represented by Michael Avenatti, who also represents porn star Stormy Daniels, who has accused President Trump of having an affair with her several years ago. Avenatti is widely expected to run for president as a Democrat in 2020.
Swetnick’s original statement was initially revealed in a tweet from Avenatti. According to the committee report, judiciary committee staffers contacted Avenatti “ten minutes” after the tweet was posted. According to the report, “Although Avenatti alluded to having evidence to support his client’s claims, he refused to produce anything for several days, notwithstanding the Committee’s repeated requests. Ultimately, Avenatti provided the Committee with only a sworn declaration from Swetnick. He posted a redacted declaration from an alleged supporting witness on his Twitter account on October 2 and 3, but he refused to identify the author.”
Will Ford be added to the list of Kavanaugh accusers with criminal referrals? Only if the unidentified man steps forward and is credible.