The Democrats’ plan to bring down Brett Kavanaugh is out of control.
They are using suspect allegations of sexual misconduct to destroy him.
But all hell broke loose when Megyn Kelly dropped this bombshell about one of Kavanaugh’s accusers.
NBC Interviews Kavanaugh Accuser
Julie Swetnick claimed Brett Kavanaugh spiked punch at parties so other boys could gang rape girls.
She also claimed he was present when she was gang raped.
Swetnick made a splash when she hired celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti to represent her.
The media took that as a sign that she was serious.
But her story fell apart within hours.
Critics pointed out how Swetnick could provide no witnesses to back up her claims.
They also wondered why she attended ten more parties where she knew gang rapes occurred.
Finally, Swetnick agreed to an interview with NBC.
And that ended all her credibility.
Swetnick walked back the claims she made in her signed declaration.
She no longer alleged that she saw Kavanaugh spike girls’ drinks.
And she said she could not be certain whether Kavanaugh assaulted her.
Finally, the names of the four witnesses she named came up short.
One was dead.
One told NBC they never heard of her.
And two did not respond.
Swetnick – like Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez – is not a credible accuser.
The media plays up their baseless claims because they want to see Kavanaugh destroyed.
Megyn Kelly Shuts Down Kavanaugh Accuser
Critics blasted NBC for putting Swetnick on the air.
Before NBC broadcast the interview, they informed viewers that they could not corroborate Swetnick’s claims and that she had changed her story.
Many Americans wondered why they still put her on TV.
Surprisingly, Megyn Kelly joined that chorus.
She shredded Swetnick and her claims on Twitter.
Due process is not misogynistic. It happens to be the bedrock of our legal system. Ms. Swetnick was just on NBC changing her story dramatically from her sworn declaration. When an accuser has credibility issues, the A. is not to shame those who recognize it.
Liberals ripped Kelly for being a hypocrite.
They noted her role in bringing down Fox News President Roger Ailes.
So Kelly tweeted that she had kept a journal that provided corroboration for her claims since she wrote the entries after the alleged harassment occurred.
I knew I might not be. But my company’s attnys examined the evidence, which in my case included contemporaneous journal entries (which I gave), consultation w/an attny, a report to a supervisor, stmts to friends, and a slew of other women w/highly credible allegations.
Finally, Kelly drove the final nail in the coffin of the “all women must be believed” idea that the #MeToo movement pushes.
She pointed out how the women who tried to frame the Duke lacrosse players for rape would have gotten away with it under the “believe all women” standard.
Not every victim will have that kind of record, which is fine, but the notion that *every* woman must be believed is absurd. Just ask the 3 Duke lax players who were falsely accused of rape by a woman who virtually all of the media believed but who made the whole thing up.
NBC’s liberal viewers were shocked.
They expected Kelly to toe the anti-Trump line now that she works for the left-leaning outlet.
But Kelly has consistently questioned Kavanaugh’s accusers and pointed out how they see him as guilty until proven innocent.
However, some critics think that she knows her time at NBC is running out and that she wants to prepare the groundwork for a return to Fox News.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.