Once anyone came out with any kind of sexual allegation against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, it was a sure bet that others would follow.
Not because he is guilty, but over the past couple of years, this has proven to be an effective tactic by Democrats to defeat or block the election or nomination of conservatives.
It’s what they tried to do to prevent Donald Trump from being elected and it’s what they did to defeat the election of Judge Roy Moore in Alabama.
It was also no surprise to see that attorney Michael Avenatti produced one of the additional accusers – Julie Swetnick.
After giving a statement under oath, Swetnick is now changing parts of her statement, bringing question to all of her statement.
(The New York Post) – Julie Swetnick — the third woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct — backed away from some of her accusations against the Supreme Court hopeful in a new interview, as her ex-boyfriend claimed she threatened to “kill” him.
The 55-year-old broke her silence since filing her sworn statement last week that accused Kavanaugh and his pal Mark Judge of “spiking” the punch at parties and lining up outside rooms where girls were being “gang raped.”
But now, Swetnick recalled seeing the two friends merely hovering around the area where there were alcoholic drinks.
“I saw him [Kavanaugh] giving red Solo cups to quite a few girls during that time frame,” she told NBC News on Monday night. “I would not take one of those glasses from Mark Kavanaugh — Brett Kavanaugh, excuse me.”
She added, “I saw him around the punch … I don’t know what he did, but I saw him by them, yes.” …
In an interview, Swetnick’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, Richard Vinneccy, said that she was abusive in their relationship and threatened to kill him.
She would tell him to hit her when they were fighting, which sounded like a frequent event.
When asked if he believed Swetnick’s allegation against Brett Kavanaugh, Vinneccy said he doesn’t believe her at all and after all, know one knows her better than he does, according to him.
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