New Accusations Against Kavanaugh Even Weaker Than Ford’s

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As the Senate prepared to question Christine Blasey Ford on the allegations that she was sexually abused by Kavanaugh, new allegations have come out of the woodwork. However, these new allegations are even weaker than Ford’s allegations. What is the left trying to do here? This whole situation is very suspicious, according to reports.

As Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh lost all credibility, it was reasonable to assume there was a reason for all the stalling. Many believed that somewhere, somehow, leftists would find someone else to come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against Judge Kavanaugh.

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reports claim that the Ford allegations are just a smear tactic from the left, as well as a stall tactic to keep the confirmation hearing in a stalemate until November. With the passing of each day, this becomes even more apparent.

Ironically, earlier this evening The New Yorker published a story written by Ronan Farrow and Jane Meyer proving that theory correct. This story centers on Deborah Ramirez, who has come forward (or was pushed to come forward) with a claim that while she and Kavanaugh were both students at Yale, they were both at a drunken dorm party where Kavanaugh allegedly exposed himself to her.

However, like Fords story, this account is very suspicious. Despite the fact that Kavanaugh has repeatedly claimed he is innocent, like rabid jackals, the left plunge forward, trying to destroy the good name of Brett Kavanaugh.

Judge Kavanaugh has already released a statement denying the allegation. “This alleged event from 35 years ago did not happen. The people who knew me then know that this did not happen, and have said so,” says Kavanaugh.

Additionally, he has offered to testify under oath to clear his name. However, the left claim that all accusers should be believed. It would seem that with all the accounts of false allegations over the years, the Democrats think the American people are going to keep falling for the same tired tools. What about the accused? As a Republic, we as Americans must hold on the assumption of “innocent until proven guilty.”

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Kavanaugh goes on to say, “This is a smear, plain and simple. I look forward to testifying on Thursday about the truth, and defending my good name — and the reputation for character and integrity I have spent a lifetime — against these last-minute allegations.”

Here is why the new allegations seem even more bogus than the first ones:

1. Ramirez admits gaps in her memory and wasn’t certain it was Kavanaugh

Everyone that has studied a little amount of US law knows that in a courtroom setting, this alone is enough to get the case dismissed. Without probable cause, there is no case, and a prosecutor will not waste their time on such nonsensical, nonsense.
Usually, the prosecutor, if they can’t establish probable cause, will move on to something else. Attempting to try a case without probable cause is equivalent to urinating in the wind. It’s just not done.

2. The New Yorker tried to find eyewitnesses… and failed

Without witnesses, the case turns into hearsay. Basically, it is a “he said, she said” situation that can’t is proven either way.
In Ford’s situation, the witnesses that the left did find, all recanted their testimonies and deleted all the post that they made regarding the allegations. Apparently, they didn’t know how serious this really is. It is all a big game to the left until they are put on the spot.
In Ford’s situation, the “witnesses” weren’t actual eyewitnesses. They were people that herd the story going around school. More ridiculous hearsay

3. Others alleged to have been involved deny it happened

Ford named other names that were supposedly present during the alleged crime. Yet, everyone names have said it was a lie and nothing alleged actually happened. However, this isn’t enough for the left, their main goal is to stall the confirmation. Here is the sad part: they are succeeding.
Isn’t is obvious to everyone, yet?

4. Ramirez’s former best friend challenges the claim

According to The New Yorker, the unnamed former friend said of Ramirez, “This is a woman I was best friends with. We shared intimate details of our lives. And I was never told this story by her, or by anyone else. It never came up. I didn’t see it; I never heard of it happening.”
While people do not always reveal every aspect of their lives to friends, this is still a red flag that blemishes the Ramirez story. There are also no police reports either.
The New Yorker also claims that Ramirez and the unnamed friend were close all through their years at Yale, and said that Kavanaugh remained part of their “larger social circle.” According to the story, this friend of Ramirez initially suggested “that Ramirez may have been politically motivated” in coming forward with the allegation. Doesn’t this character witness for Ramirez speak volumes? It certainly does for me.

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Also, the 60+ character witnesses for Kavanaugh claim that this type of behavior is stepping way outside of the judge’s character. So, who do we believe?
Do we believe a decorated member of society and his 60+ witnesses, or, do we throw all of that away and believe a couple of politically motivated social justice warriors? I think the former is much more close to being real than the latter. Wouldn’t you agree?
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