The smear merchants in the fake news media resurrected their character assassination to drive Brett Kavanaugh off the Supreme Court.
Two New York Times “reporters” published an essay accusing Kavanaugh of sexually harassing a female student in college.
And then all hell broke loose when Trey Gowdy told one truth about Brett Kavanaugh.
The Times story collapsed as fake news when it came out that the Times omitted a key fact about the supposed “bombshell” accusation against Kavanaugh – namely that the female student in question did not remember the event.
Former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The Story” with Martha MacCallum and mocked all the fake news reporters and Democrats that seized on the phony New York Times story to claim Kavanaugh lied under oath during his confirmation hearings and should be impeached.
“They really think we’re gonna have back-alley abortions if certain people are put on the Supreme Court, that your civil rights will be violated. Your kids won’t be able to go to school,” Gowdy told MacCallum. “They sell that and there’s no accountability.”
“I was on your show last week, Martha, I said Andy McCabe’s presumed innocent. It wasn’t popular, it’s just accurate. How many Democrats have said that about Brett Kavanaugh?” Gowdy continued.
Gowdy noted that no one actually looked at what the supposed witnesses said.
“How many of them have said, ‘You know what, let’s examine and cross-examine this putative eyewitness. Let’s ask him why you didn’t bring it up when Brett was up for the D.C. Court of Appeals.'”
In fact, in the New York Times essay, the two anti-Kavanaugh reporters attempted to breathe life into the phony allegations made by Deborah Ramirez where she claimed Kavanaugh pulled down his pants and put his penis on her face.
No one from the FBI interviewed had any knowledge of the incident and Ramirez herself claims she was too drunk to know what actually happened.
But the fake news “reporters” from the Times falsely claimed seven people supposedly backed up Ramirez’s account.
However, none of the seven witnessed the event or heard about it firsthand.
The Washington Examiner’s Byron York debunked the idea seven individuals corroborated Ramirez’s account, writing:
Number 1, Ramirez’s mother, based her account on four very unspecific words from her daughter 35 years ago. Number 2, Appold, based his account on a memory of being told something by a “witness” who could not recall the incident at all. Number 3, Wetstone, heard it from Appold. Number 4, Oh, overheard something from someone he doesn’t remember that did not connect the incident to Kavanaugh. Number 5, Anonymous, is totally unclear. And Number 6 and Number 7, Ludington and Roche, had “vague” memories that also did not connect an unspecified incident to Kavanaugh.
Gowdy concluded his takedown of the fake news media and the Democrats in the Kavanaugh fiasco by pointing out that without any evidence or presumption of innocence, the left wanted to administer the political death penalty to Brett Kavanaugh.
“They want to impeach him. They want to give the death penalty. I’d rather say you’re presumed innocent. Let’s be fair to people,” Gowdy concluded.
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