Graham Blasts ‘Gang Rape’ Accusation Against Kavanaugh as ‘Over the Top’
Sen. Lindsey Graham gets it…
When Kavanaugh gets confirmed and the liberals realize they’ve been defeated yet again will they resort to violence?
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In the halls of the Capitol Wednesday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) described his skepticism about accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Graham said he is suspicious of the latest accusation by Julie Swetnick, who is represented by Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti. The attorney and frequent critic of President Donald Trump has been angling for a 2020 presidential run. Swetnick alleges in an affidavit that Kavanaugh was part of an operation in high school where women were drugged and “gang raped,” and she claims to have been at the parties after she graduated high school.
“I’m telling you that affidavit, if it doesn’t jump out at you as being strange—that you would go to 10 parties over two years where you witnessed drugging and raping and you kept coming back and back, and you never told anybody, you never warned any of your girlfriends—I find that to be over the top,” Graham said.
Kavanaugh has not simply denied the latest accusation, but said he didn’t know Swetnick and he considers the whole story something from “The Twilight Zone.” Graham said the evidence doesn’t add up when there’s no evidence Kavanaugh has ever participated in anything like this. More