Dear Friend of America's Survival,
Update: The woman in question reportedly doesn't remember the event -- of Kavanaugh allagedly exposing himself. But she has not actually denied the account provided by another witness.
Yes, I know the New York Times cannot be trusted, but the new charges against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh come from a fellow Catholic -- a young woman not prepared to be exposed to the sexually immoral atmosphere at Yale -- and have a ring of truth to them. The paper reports that the accuser was raised Catholic and had a sheltered upbringing.
The paper added:
At Yale, she encountered students from more worldly backgrounds. Many were affluent and had attended elite private high schools. They also had experience with drinking and sexual behavior that Ms. Ramirez — who had not intended to be intimate with a man until her wedding night — lacked.
Kavanaugh, by contrast, came from a hard-drinking Catholic high school. He loved to drink beer.
As I wrote. in a column urging his withdrawal:
Kavanaugh is now on the defensive over heavy drinking, not just the sex charges. At his news conference on Monday, Trump said, "I was surprised at how vocal he was about the fact that he likes beer and that he has a little bit of difficulty. He talked about things that happened when he drinks." One website counted 30 times he talked about beer. What's more, his drinking in high school, college, and beyond has clearly affected his judgment. Hence, he apologized to Senator Amy Klobuchar for asking her, in response to a question about his drinking, whether she had ever passed out from alcohol. She said she didn't have a drinking problem but that her own father suffered from alcoholism.
For America's Survival,