Man Claims Kavanaugh Threw Beer at Him – Here’s What He Got WRONG

Chad Ludington, who attended Yale University with Kavanaugh and now works as a history professor at North Carolina State University has come forward with a claim that Brett Kavanaugh threw a beer at another bar patron and got one of their classmates arrested. Unfortunately, he got every fact wrong.

We know this because the police was called and they filled out a report., which is still on file. According to the police file, there was some kind of altercation and police were called. First of all, no one accused Kavanaugh of throwing beer at anyone. One man claimed Kavanaugh threw some ice at him. Four people were questioned by the police and there were no arrests.

From The Blaze

Ludington claimed Kavanaugh became “often belligerent and aggressive” when he drank. Then Ludington said: “On one of the last occasions I purposely socialized with Brett, I witnessed him respond to a semi-hostile remark, not by defusing the situation, but by throwing his beer in the man’s face and starting a fight that ended with one of our mutual friends in jail.”

It was that claim that drew attention from journalists. On Monday, the New York Times obtained the police report detailing the incident, which occurred in September 1985, when Kavanaugh was a junior at Yale.

In fact, regarding Kavanaugh, the police report shows that a 21-year-old man alleged to police that Kavanaugh threw ice on him “for some unknown reason.”

According to the police report, Chris Dudley, one of Kavanaugh’s friends, threw a glass at a man, hitting him in the ear, which caused his right ear to bleed. That man was treated for his injuries at the local hospital. The report shows that Dudley denied being involved, as did Kavanaugh.

The Democrats are getting worried. They are almost out of uncorroborated smears to throw at Brett Kavanaugh.

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