Justice Kavanaugh smeared by New York Times again; he should sue the pants off them

The Fake News Media won’t give up in smearing conservatives. The question now is when will America give up on the Fake News Media?

This morning we woke up to the outrageous story from the New York Times that the FBI didn’t investigate yet another sexual assault allegation against Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

This the equivalent of a scorched earth policy by the left-wing media to try to destroy Kavanaugh in order to shift the ideological balance of the Supreme Court.


It is an obvious strategy to those of us who are seasoned political observers, but will no doubt have an impact on low-information voters who still think the Times is a legitimate news source.

So let’s look at the “substance” of this new allegation and see whether it deserves to be taken seriously. One of the claims made by the Times is that the FBI didn’t take them seriously. If so, why?

The new charges surface in a profile/canonization of Deborah Ramirez, one of the original Kavanaugh accusers. Ramirez had accused Kavanaugh of pulling down his pants at a party while they were at Yale and shoving his penis at her. This allegation was denied by Kavanaugh and of course was not substantiated or else he would not have been confirmed by the Senate.


But sexual assault allegations can ruin someone’s reputation even if they are not true. Now, in publishing this story about Ramirez, the Times has dredged up an even more preposterous allegation involving Kavanaugh at Yale.

We also uncovered a previously unreported story about Mr. Kavanaugh in his freshman year that echoes Ms. Ramirez’s allegation. A classmate, Max Stier, saw Mr. Kavanaugh with his pants down at a different drunken dorm party, where friends pushed his penis into the hand of a female student. Mr. Stier, who runs a nonprofit organization in Washington, notified senators and the F.B.I. about this account, but the F.B.I. did not investigate and Mr. Stier has declined to discuss it publicly. (We corroborated the story with two officials who have communicated with Mr. Stier.)

That’s the entire “substance” of this “shocking” new revelation, which appears in the Times as an excerpt from an upcoming book (smear job) about Justice Kavanaugh. The paragraph guaranteed that the new book would be a sensation and no doubt will see pre-orders sky-rocket!

But is the American public so gullible as to take seriously this nonsense? What exactly do we know about it?


One man, Max Stier, is alleged to have told the FBI about this incident he supposedly saw at Yale. The Times claims this in a flat assertion, but has no verification either that the incident took place or that Stier told the FBI about it. If he did tell them about it, when did that happen? When he was a student at Yale? When Kavanaugh was being confirmed? Last week?

Who knows? The Times isn’t telling. They don’t follow any of the ethical guidelines for reporting about someone’s reputation. They just refer to some anonymous sources who confirmed “the story,” but what story exactly?

As for the claim by Stier that Kavanaugh’s “friends pushed his penis into the hand of a female student,” who exactly is being assaulted here? How do you push someone’s penis into a hand? Were these friends touching Kavanaugh’s penis? Had they pulled down his pants too? Were they forcibly shoving him toward the woman? If any of these are true, then it was Kavanaugh who was the victim of a sexual assault. How do we know that the woman in the story wasn’t playing along with Kavanaugh’s “friends” to humiliate him?


This is the most disgusting of any of the allegations against Kavanaugh for the simple reason that it transfers guilt to Kavanaugh for something that was done TO him. It is guilt by association based on hearsay from 35 years ago about an incident that could never be proven to have occurred in the first place, and just confirms what we have known all along.

The New York Times is not a newspaper; it is a political propaganda wing of the Democrat Party and should be forced to register as a lobbyist. It should also be forced to go to court to defend this breach of journalism ethics! Hopefully Justice Kavanaugh will sue the pants off of them (pun intended!).


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One comment on “Justice Kavanaugh smeared by New York Times again; he should sue the pants off them

  1. The law allows people to make baseless accusations against public names without fear of court. Worse yet, the law allows people to make Sexual Harassment accusations that are neither sexual nor harassment. In the vast majority of cases, there is no requirement that there be sex or harassment involved in any way.

    I checked with the Montana Department of Labor and Industry to ask this question. I asked by letter since I am deaf and wanted a record. The Department was evasive for more than a year but I finally got an answer confirming that an accuser need not yield his/her/its/their’s own identity in any accusation and that the accuser need not give his/her/its/their’s own name.

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