Two Men Confess To Judiciary Committee They Did It, Not Kavanaugh

Two Men Confess To Judiciary Committee They Did It, Not Kavanaugh

Right on the eve the highly anticipated Senate Judiciary Committee hearing examining the stories of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, two men have reportedly confessed that they, not Judge Brett Kavanaugh, were the ones who had that encounter in question with Blasey Ford.

Politico reporter Burgess Everett broke the news on Twitter. “[Senate Judiciary] Committee staff have a second interview with a man who believes he, not Judge Kavanaugh, had the encounter with Dr. Ford in the summer of 1982 that is the basis of her allegation,” Everett wrote. “He described his recollection of their interaction in some detail.”

“For people asking for more info,” Burgess added in a second tweet, “this is from a long investigation summary from Judiciary Republicans distributed tonight. These interviews happened this week, according to the committee.”

Also another Politico reporter added more information about yet a second man.

Elana Schor posted on Twitter:

Senate Judiciary Rs release a Kavanaugh investigative summary that includes:

-an anonymous claim of rape fwded by Harris’ office

-two intvs & a written statement from a man “who believes he, not” Kav, assaulted Ford in 1982

-phone intvu w/a 2nd man who believes same as above

If true, The man in question could be in for some serious legal jeopardy as there is no statute of limitations for rape in Maryland, where the alleged attack occurred.

David Martosko of the Daily Mail tweeted screenshots from the Senate Judiciary Committee report.

In what looks to be the log of the committee’s investigation and proceedings, an entry dated from Monday, September 24, says committee staff held a “first interview” with a man saying that it was him, not Brett Kavanaugh, who “had the encounter with Christine Blasey Ford.” The man also had submitted a written statement to the committee earlier in the day.

In an entry from Tuesday, Sept. 25, the committee reported that staff had a second interview “with a man who believes he, not Judge Kavanaugh, had the encounter with Dr. Ford in the summer of 1982 that is the basis of her allegation. He described his recollection of their interaction in some detail.”

The next day the entry reads, “Committee staff receives a more in-depth written statement from the man interviewed twice previously” who claims to have had the encounter with Ford. The committee staff also “spoke via phone with another man who believes he, not Judge Kavanaugh, had the encounter with Dr. Ford in 1982 that is the basis of her allegation.” The man “explained his recollection of the details of the encounter.”

Martosko added:

And of course, the left is having a meltdown over the release of this news just hours before the hearing is set to begin.

Which is, of course, exactly what Feinstein and co. did after Kavanaugh had testified before the committee — just as the Senate was preparing to vote on his nomination. But it’s different when they do it because shut up, as my colleague Stephen Green would say.

Could the two men be either mentally disturbed or seeking attention? or both?. Who knows.

But one thing is for sure their “confessions” highlight the uncertainty that accompanies claims that cannot be substantiated with any evidence, which makes them all — including those of Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers — very suspect.

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