Kavanaugh just said he believes what “rings true.” Avenatti’s response is gold

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This afternoon, Brett Kavanaugh gave his public defense against the credible allegations of sexual assault made against him by psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford and it was a disaster, to say the least.

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Ranting and raving before tearing up and pouring out crocodile tears, Kavanaugh went on a truly bizarre rant in which he described all the things that he used to do in high school, weeping while describing how he used to work out at his buddy’s house and lots of talk about how much he liked beer.

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It left the entire nation scratching their heads as to why a grown man who insists on his innocence began crying over the contents of a calendar and how much he liked to responsibly consume domestic light beer with his friends.

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Bulldog Democrat lawyer Michael Avenatti, who represents Trump’s ex-mistress Stormy Daniels and Kavanaugh sexual misconduct accuser Julie Swetnick, took to Twitter and pointed out the glaring holes in Kavanaugh’s pathetic defense.

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Avenatti is referring to Mark Judge, Kavanaugh alleged attempted-rape accomplice, who is currently hiding out in Delaware with a box of Superman comic books. He could be the key to putting an end to this absurd debacle, but along with Kavanaugh’s staunch refusal to allow the FBI to investigate, the Judiciary Committee refuses to subpoena Judge.

What rings true is that the Republican Senators and Kavanaugh are conspiring to prevent a real investigation from taking place and have no intention of discovering whether Kavanaugh committed the crimes that he’s been accused of.

What rings true is that if Kavanaugh really was innocent, he’s doing everything he possibly can to give himself the appearance of guilt.

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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