Former NBA Player Says He “NEVER, EVER” Saw Brett Kavanaugh “Blacked Out” at Yale Parties
Democrat lawmakers today repeatedly interrogated Judge Brett Kavanaugh on his high school and college drinking.
This is horrific place the Democrat party has brought the nation.
Judge Kavanaugh repeated to the Democrat interrogators that he has never had a black-out while drinking.
Former NBA star Chris Dudly, who went to Yale with Brett Kavanaugh, backed up the judge this week.
Dudly said he “never, ever” saw Brett Kavanaugh blacked out.
Former NBA player Chris Dudley refuted claims made by fellow classmates about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this week, saying he “never, ever saw him blacked out” while they were at parties during their Yale days.
Kavanaugh’s character has come into question following his confirmation hearing and the initial report from Christine Blasey Ford that he sexually assaulted her during a drunken party in high school. Ford initially sent a letter to her senator in July. Two women have since accused him of sexual assault, including Debbie Ramirez. Ramirez said he exposed himself to her during a party their freshman year at Yale.
Kavanaugh is set to appear Thursday in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Media outlets have pored over yearbooks and contacted friends and former classmates, including Dudley, about Kavanaugh’s time in high school and college. Dudley ran for Oregon governor on the Republican ticket in 2010.
“That’s just not Brett,” Dudley told the New York Times regarding how the allegations don’t align with the Kavanaugh he knows. “That’s not in his character.”