The New Yorker dropped a story last Sunday night of a second woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of lewd behavior over 30 years ago at a Yale party.
The 53-year-old accuser, Deborah Ramirez told The New Yorker that she was initially hesitant to speak out because she was drunk at the time and her memory had gaps. She spent six days “carefully assessing her memories” and consulting with her attorney before going public.
This is amazing —two male students who were allegedly at the party, the wife of another male student, and three other Yale classmates all told Ronan Farrow that there is no way Kavanaugh assaulted Ramirez.
The New Yorker ran with the story anyway without any credible evidence only wild 30-year-old accusations from a drunk.
It was so bad The New York Times turned the story down.
Ramirez refused to give the Senate a sworn statement under penalty of perjury.
A Yale classmate and roommate of Ramirez even told CNN’s Chris Cuomo last week that even though she saw Kavanaugh party in college, she never saw him be sexually aggressive.
Another case of perhaps mistaken identity?
A Yale classmate of Brett Kavanaugh’s sent the Senate Judiciary Committee a tip this weekend identifying a fraternity brother who may have been the one who exposed himself to Deborah Ramirez, according to investigative reporter, Paul Sperry.
SPERRY: BREAKING: A classmate of Kavanaugh’s at Yale has sent a tip into the Senate Judiciary Committee identifying a fraternity brother known for exposing himself as the likely boy who exposed himself to Debbie Ramirez
BREAKING: A classmate of Kavanaugh's at Yale has sent a tip into the Senate Judiciary Committee identifying a fraternity brother known for exposing himself as the likely boy who exposed himself to Debbie Ramirez
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 30, 2018
The FBI has been permitted to investigate allegations brought forth by Christine Ford and Deborah Ramirez after Senator Flake threw the SCOTUS vote into chaos Friday morning demanding an FBI probe of Kavanaugh prior to a full Senate floor vote.