VEN (WASHINGTON) — VEN Senior Washington Correspondent Hildy Johnson reports on the third full day of testimony on September 27 from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, as he is asked to address allegations that he felt up fear-of-flying, claustrophobic Dr Blasey Ford at a party she vaguely remembers at a place and date she can’t recall and whose three fact witnesses proved to be exculpatory.
But Dr Ford is certain of two things — a drunken Brett Kavanaugh groped her AND she only had one beer.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) — So we already know from your sworn statement and testimony before this committee that you drank Coca Cola in cans for most of your adult life — is that true?
Kavanaugh — I said I drank beer, Senator.
PL — I am speaking specifically about one particular can of Coke (I’m supposed to say allegedly I guess) — alleged can of Coke with your alleged pubic hair on it, Judge. How did it get there?
Are you standing by your testimony that at this point, that there’s just no way of knowing.
Kavanaugh — With all due respect, Senator, I have no idea what you’re talking about.
PL — And the strawberries you stole from my office? I suppose you have no idea about that either?
Kavanaugh — I did not steal your strawberries, Senator.
PL — Let the record show that the nominee is filibustering. I have no further questions, and I reserve the remainder of my time, Chairman Biden — whatever that may be — for Senator Kennedy of Massachusetts.
I want to be clear about that, since there is a Senator Kennedy from Louisiana on the other side of the aisle which is why, Mr Chairman, I specified Massachusetts.
Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) — Judge Kavanaugh, yes or no. As the alleged leader of a drug and alcohol fueled Roman Catholic high-school rape gang, will you call for an FBI investigation into your sordid past as a drunken, debased sociopathic defiler of women?
Kavanaugh — That’s not my call, Senator. But as I’ve said numerous times, I am willing to do whatever this committee decides. And, Senator, I am not a rapist.
DD — Do you suppose, Judge, that all those women just raped themselves? Is that what you’re telling this committee? Are you calling Dr Ford a liar?
Kavanaugh — I don’t know Dr Ford, Senator. And I was never at the party she described.
DD — How convenient. I believe that’s almost word for word what Charlie Manson said about the Tate-LaBianca murders. I yield back the remainder of my time.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) — When you weren’t running around getting black out drunk and raping women in high school, Judge, what else were you doing? I guess we’re supposed to refer to your so-called calendar?
You know what that looks like to me? That looks like a similar calendar I saw presented into evidence at Jeffrey Dahmer’s trial. Are you familiar with Jeffery Dahmer, Judge, the homosexual serial killer who ate his victims?
Kavanaugh — Of course. Everyone is.
SW — Let the record show that the nominee is being belligerent to a US Senator. Mr Chairman, I want the transcripts from the Jeffery Dahmer trial read into the record, and am calling for an FBI investigation into possible serial murders committed by the nominee during his teenage years at Georgetown prep when he was frequently black-out drunk!
Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) — Judge Kavanaugh, I want to say as a former sexual assault survivor myself during my time in Vietnam at the height of the Tet Offensive that your credibility is of great concern to me!
Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) — Judge Kavanaugh, you characterize these allegations as a conspiracy directed against you.
Justice Neil Gorsuch was nominated by this president. He was considered by this body just last year.
The only difference is you have been accused of sexual assault.
My question, Judge — Are you willing to ask the White House to conduct an investigation by the FBI to get to the bottom of who exactly I need to f*ck in order to become president? Yes or No? Please think very carefully before answering!
After the 7th FBI background check wraps up this week, the full Senate is expected to vote on Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation as early as this Saturday.