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Kavanaugh STILL not implicated in actual sex abuse by third accuser

(National SentinelNo Evidence: Right on cue, “low-life” lawyer Michael Avenatti produced yet another woman who has accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of unspeakable sexual acts while both were in high school.

There’s just one problem with the claims: Like the two previous accusers, these new allegations don’t specify that Kavanaugh himself did anything untoward or illegal.

Earlier Wednesday, Avenatti slithered out from under his rock to call in to “The View” — you know, the morning program best known for its exemplary legal and constitutional analyses hosted by Left-wing Trump haters and one #NeverTrump ‘conservative.’

Now there’s an unbiased venue.

Anyway, Avenatti — best known for his representation of Stormy Daniels, the porn star who has accused POTUS Trump of engaging in a one-nighter with her some years ago — identified the accuser/client as Julie Swetnick.

“Moments ago, we sent a sworn declaration under penalty of perjury signed by my client, Julie Swetnick, detailing her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge and others relating to the early ’80s and what she observed and witnessed, as well as what transpired to her during that time period. We have asked the committee, as we did days ago, to launch a formal FBI investigation,” he said (which the FBI has repeatedly said it won’t do — for this new client or the two previous accusers — because the FBI doesn’t do those kinds of investigations).

“My client is ready to meet with FBI agents to disclose what she knows in detail. We have also offered that she’ll take a polygraph exam if Brett Kavanaugh will take a polygraph exam. And let me also say that I’m looking forward to anyone attempting to challenge the credibility of my client, because she is absolutely credible. She is a very brave woman, and in fact, she has also obtained multiple security clearances issued by the U.S. government over many, many years,” he continued.

Co-Host Sunny Hostin asked Avenatti, “Did … Kavanaugh do anything to this particular woman, Julie Swetnick, or is she alleging she just had seen him be aggressive with other women?

He responded:

If you read further in the declaration, are far more specific relating to Brett Kavanaugh’s conduct toward women in general, including the attempts to drug women by placing grain alcohol and/or drugs in the punch of many of these parties. Many of these women ended up gang raped, unfortunately. The details are specific. They are shocking. But above all else they are true. And my client stands behind them 100 percent, and she’s looking forward to having an opportunity to meet with one or more FBI agents hopefully, and describe what happened, and she’s also prepared to testify, if she’s permitted to do so, to the U.S. Senate. But under no circumstances should Brett Kavanaugh be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court until these allegations and others are vetted and all of the facts and the truth are known. 

Well, okay. They’ve got Kavanaugh now, don’t they?

Uh, no.

Abby Huntsman, another co-host, then drilled down again, or tried to, asking the snake Avenatti, “Can you just explain…[c]an you just explain again to our viewers and to all of us, since this is just breaking, what specifically did Judge Kavanaugh do to your client?

To which Avenatti responds:

I’m gonna stand on the exact language in the declaration. It’s laid out in detail in the declaration. There’s a reason why it’s laid out in the declaration, and we’re not gonna provide any additional comment on that exact question until further — until the coming days.

So in other words, there is nothing in the declaration other than allegations — which we’ve heard already time and again.

Nothing specific that Brett Kavanaugh is alleged to have done, though, other than, at most having been in the general ZIP code of ‘something’ that happened to these and other women.

What’s Swetnick going to “corroborate” — that she, too, has heard of the allegations? This is legalese; you can read a claim we make on this news site and then later “corroborate” that you did indeed read it here, but that doesn’t put you or anyone else any closer to proving the allegation made in the story.

And that’s all Avenatti’s doing with this declaration.

Avenatti noted:

If you read further in the declaration, are far more specific relating to Brett Kavanaugh’s conduct toward women in general, including the attempts to drug women by placing grain alcohol and/or drugs in the punch of many of these parties. Many of these women ended up gang raped, unfortunately.

Yes, but did Kavanaugh do anything to these women? What was his role? Avenatti won’t say, other than, “read the declaration.”

This represents a ‘Hail Mary’ for the deranged Left in their effort to besmirch a good man and his family in order to keep him off the Supreme Court or, at a minimum, taint him for the rest of his life.

Democrats cannot ever, under any circumstance, be given back the reins of power.

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