Two ladies that dated Kavanaugh have come forward and what they have to say is VERY revealing.
It seems that Brett Kavanaugh had a thing for girls named Maura.
Martha MacCallum interviewed two of the 65 women that signed a letter vouching for Kavanaugh’s character. Maura Fitzgerald, dated Brett Kavanaugh in high school and remains friends with him, and Maura Kane, knew him in high school and later dated him in college.
65 women of bipartisan backgrounds who knew Judge Kavanaugh in high school: "For the entire time we have known Brett Kavanaugh, he has behaved honorably and treated women with respect" & has "stood out for his friendship, character, and integrity" #SCOTUS https://t.co/9dT54BC2qM pic.twitter.com/5QtcPfwjX5
— Senate Judiciary (@senjudiciary) September 14, 2018
When asked about their reaction to the allegation of attempted rape, both women said that they couldn’t believe it.
FITZGERALD: I was absolutely shocked. I just couldn’t believe it. It’s just so polar opposite of the Brett Kavanaugh that I have known for over 35 years. I was confused, surprised, shocked and I still can’t believe it.
Kane replied that she had the ‘very same’ reaction.
KANE: I couldn’t believe that these allegations had come out when I had been at the hearing for a couple of days and we just watched woman after woman come forward praising Brett and his respect for women and his professionalism and his kindness towards them and then this at the last minute came out. I was equally shocked.
MacCallum then said that there had been prior suggestions that Kavanaugh had been a heavy drinker when he was younger and asked about the possibility of him blacking out and not remembering the incident.
FITZGERALD: No. In all of the times, all the years that I have known Brett, even if we had a beer, he was always in complete control. And he was actually one of the guys that if we were at a social gathering, he’d be the guy to look out for other people. He was always in control.
MacCallum then pressed Kane, ‘Did you ever see him, you know, out of control drunk in a situation where he might not have remembered what he was doing?‘
KANE: No, not at all. We did drink beer in high school. Back then, the drinking age in Washington was 18 … I never saw him out of control drunk. He always retained his composure.
‘Was [Kavanaugh] ever physically aggressive to you? What was he like as a boyfriend?’ MacCallum asked Fitzgerald.
FITZGERALD: He was nothing but kind and polite and respectful. I dated him — I had known him since high school. I dated him briefly in college. And we have remained close friends ever since. I cherish his friendship. He has just been such a stand-up guy, full of integrity. I admire him. He never exhibited to me or anyone else that I know with anything —- treated no one with disrespect.
Both of the women said that they did not know about the party that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is referring to.
There are allegations in the Media (D) that Fitzgerald and Kane are the only two women out of the 65 that signed the letter vouching for Kavanaugh’s character that still stand by him. The letter was addressed to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Ranking Member on the committee.
Fitzgerald says that that’s just a load of hooey.
FITZGERALD: That is actually not true. I have seen a lot of that in the media. But of all the girls that I have been in touch with about the letter who have signed the letter, they stand by it. They have been just trying to avoid all the calls from the media but they do stand by the letter.
KANE: Everyone stands by the letter. They are just not going out into the media and being so — we put it out there and everyone is supporting Brett. But following that, no one is retracting their support. They are just avoiding the media frenzy.
McCallum also mentioned how the 11th-hour bombshell of a single sexual assault allegation reminds many of the circus that the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearing was.
Unfortunately, Kavanaugh isn’t able to call this another ‘high tech lynching’ like Justice Thomas did back in the day. Who would believe that a privileged white man with a ‘frat boy’ name could be ‘lynched’?
But it certainly looks like a blatant attempt at character assassination.
Fortunately, Brett Kavanaugh has friends like the two Mauras that are coming forward and standing with him.