The Senate Judiciary Committee is reviewing new allegations lodged Wednesday against Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, from a woman who claims to have directly witnessed sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh during his high school years.

In a sworn declaration provided to the committee and released on Twitter by attorney Michael Avenatti, Julie Swetnick of Washington, DC claims she observed Kavanaugh at more than ten house parties in the early 1980’s. She said at numerous parties Kavanaugh was drunk and engaging in what she called “highly inappropriate conduct,” including “fondling and grabbing of girls without their consent.”

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Commentary by The Secular Jurist:  The fact that this new 3rd accuser and at least four other witnesses have signed sworn affidavits is extremely significant because it means they could be prosecuted for perjury if proven false, and it could be admissible as evidence in criminal or impeachment proceedings against Kavanaugh.  Witnesses who are either lying or uncertain of their accusations would be very reluctant to leave themselves so legally exposed.  Therefore, these signed declarations give credence to the veracity of their assertions.

34 thoughts on “Michael Avenatti says his new client has allegations against Kavanaugh

    • … Mitchy boy, Orrin Yeller, and Greasy Grassley…

      LMAO!!! Mitchy boy is trying to quickly ram Kavanaugh’s confirmation through because he privately fears the vote count is reportedly getting shaky. Jeff Flake, who is on the Senate Judiciary Committee, appears to be wavering and if he wasn’t Mitchy would’ve held the committee vote already. He hasn’t yet apparently because Flake wanted to hear Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony first.

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  1. I’m involved in a discussion on another blog about this very thing. As far as that blogger is concerned, it’s devious Liberal tactics to prevent Kavanaugh from the appointment. 😦

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    • Obviously. Of course, the allegations made against Al Franken were true, though, because he’s a democrat. Any way, you know how it is. Boy’s will be boys, so I don’t see why these ladies are lying like this about Judge Kavanaugh. AAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!

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    • Oh sure, all these women are risking abuse, perjury charges, defamation lawsuits, and possibly even their lives just to conspire with “libruls” against Trump’s supreme court nominee. If that sounds patently absurd to you, Carmen, then congratulations – you are definitely not a rabid, frothing-at-the-mouth right-winger!

      IMO, it is pointless to try to engage in any constructive dialog with such people. They don’t care about anything except pushing their political ideology and agenda. It’s a perverse win-at-all-costs mentality. I believe we on the Left should instead focus on disseminating factual information, exposing the Right’s hypocrisy and corruption, and urging all citizens to vote and get more civically engaged.

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