There have been 200 women stepping up and vouching for the character of Brett Kavanaugh.
Two of women that dated Brett Kavanaugh went on Fox News on Monday night to vouch for Brett Kavanaugh’s character.
Yet one bimbo is trying to derail Brett Kavanaugh’s bid to become an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court.
With ravenous Democrats hungrily looking for a way to destroy President Trump’s conservative Supreme Court justice nominee after a woman accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh — in the 11th hour — of once trying to rape her, two former girlfriends are breaking their silence about his past behavior.
This all started when California professor Christine Blasey Ford claimed that a drunken Kavanaugh assaulted her a high school party in the 1980s, The Hill reported.
“I thought he might inadvertently kill me,” Ford said after revealing her identity on Sunday. “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.”
After an initial denial, Kavanaugh released a longer statement on Monday, saying, “This is a completely false allegation. I have never done anything like what the accuser describes — to her or to anyone. Because this never happened, I had no idea who was making this accusation until she identified herself yesterday.”
He added that he’s willing to answer official questions on the matter.
Last week, a high school friend, Virginia Hume, tweeted her defense of him, writing, “I knew Brett Kavanaugh in high school. We graduated same year. I never heard anything untoward about him.”
Now two women who dated him during that time period are speaking out.
Maura Fitzgerald wrote: “Brett Kavanaugh and I have been good friends since high school. I dated him in college and he was and is nothing like the person who has been described.”
“He always conducted himself honorably with me at all times when we were together,” she continued. “He was always a perfect gentleman, and I vouch for him completely.”
Another former girlfriend, Maura Kane, added, “I’ve been friends with Brett Kavanaugh for over 35 years, and dated him during high school. In every situation where we were together he always respectful, kind and thoughtful.”
“The accusations leveled against him in no way represent the decent young man I knew,” she continued. “We remain good friends and I admire him as a husband, father and professional.”
Meanwhile, doubt has been cast on whether Kavanaugh was even at the party where the alleged attack on Ford took place.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) told CNN that Kavanaugh told him that he wasn’t even there. He believes it’s possible that Ford was attacked at that party but by somebody else.