By Robert A. Vella

This afternoon, MSNBC reported that a new accuser has emerged alleging that President Trump’s supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh committed an act of sexual misconduct.  According to the report, a mother anonymously sent a letter to Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) relating an incident at a bar in 1998 in which a drunken Kavanaugh pushed her daughter’s friend up against a wall in a sexually intimidating manner.  The report also indicated that the Senate Judiciary Committee is now investigating the matter.

The date of the alleged incident, in 1998, is many years after the time period of the other incidents alleged by Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez, and Julie Swetnick, when Kavanaugh worked for Independent Counsel Ken Starr on the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky affair.

Further reading:  Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner receives anonymous letter detailing fourth Brett Kavanaugh accusation

Update 2018/09/26 18:15 PDT:  The initial publication of this post incorrectly stated that the mother’s daughter had been pushed up against a wall by Kavanaugh when in fact it was her daughter’s friend who was allegedly pushed.  The anonymous letter also stated that there were four witnesses to the incident.

Update 2018/09/26 19:37 PDT: Clarifications were made regarding the addressee of the anonymous letter, and regarding the time period in which the incident in question occurred.  Link added.

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