Courting Trouble

From BUSINESS INSIDER:

Elizabeth Rasor, a former girlfriend of Brett Kavanaugh’s high school friend Mark Judge, said on Wednesday that she’s willing to speak with the FBI about her claim that Judge told her about having group sex with a drunk woman in high school.

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Judge is alleged by Christine Blasey Ford to have been in the room when Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a house party in the early 1980s.

A third woman, Julie Swetnick, came forward on Wednesday with sexual misconduct allegations against both Kavanaugh and Judge that prompted renewed attention around Rasor’s claims.

In a sworn declaration made public on Wednesday by attorney Michael Avenatti, Swetnick said Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge engaged in “abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls” at house parties in high school in the early 1980s.

Swetnick, a 55-year-old Washington resident, said Kavanaugh and Judge helped the teenage girls become “inebriated and disoriented so they could then be ‘gang raped’ in a side room or bedroom by a ‘train’ of numerous boys” during the parties.

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Swetnick also alleged that Kavanaugh and Judge were present when she was “gang raped” at a party in 1982, during which she believes she was drugged with a sedative.

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Rasor is willing to speak with the FBI and testify before the Senate, according to a letter from Rasor’s lawyer to the Senate Judiciary Committe that was obtained by The Washington Post.

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Rasor initially made her claims an interview with The New Yorker last week. Rasor, who met Judge at Catholic University and dated him for three years, told the magazine that Judge confessed to her that he and other boys took turns having sex with a drunk woman once during high school. Rasor said Judge appeared to believe the encounter was consensual.

 

 

 

 

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11 responses to “Courting Trouble

  1. Kavanaugh sounds like just the guy to have inordinate power over women’s bodies. He has proved himself, ahem, up to the task.

    • St. Brett the Virgin is the Rethug poster boy. Until they are caught with a wide stance in the men’s room, they think their divine right is to tell women what they can and cannot do with their bodies. They are bullies, pure and simple. I laugh every time Invisible Glasses Orrin opens his piehole, He thinks all American women are like the ones who vote for him in Utah. About time he finds out we are not all decked out in prairie dresses waiting for orders from our lords and masters.

  2. You’ve outdone yourself with this one. The railway-track halo obviously represents — what else? — a “train” in the drunken-frat-boy preferred sense. And the booze-bottle and Republican-elephant additions to the cross show what his “sainthood” is really worth.

    Not sure what the basketball on his collar means, but no doubt you had your reasons.

    Virgin schmirgin, he’s fit only to be consecrated to Our Lady of Perpetual Molestation, the only meaningful Catholic saint these days.

    If the Republicans push his confirmation through now, it will almost be an act of political suicide. Do they really want a reminder of their coddling of sexual abusers in such a visible position for decades?

    Ford, Ramirez, and Swetnick deserve medals for courage for trying to save the country from this guy.

    • I knew I could count on you, Infidel, and your super monitor. 😀

      I originally forgot the calendar, so I had to go back and add that. I was most worried about the railroad tracks. I didn’t know if anyone would realize that’s what they were and what they referenced. The basketball is a nod to how St. Brett the Virgin went on and on about all he worried about in school were his friends (like the vile Mark Judge whose book cover I modified a bit in order to be legible), studying and sports. I guess it could also reference the basketball team of Catholic-school-uniformed girls he now coaches, but I didn’t think of that until just now.

      The Rethugs are so stupid. They are so desperately afraid of Twitler that they have played this wrong from the get-go. Yertle should have told Twitler at the beginning that this guy will be too difficult to confirm. They could have talked him into nominating a woman instead. They, of course, would have picked a horrible woman, but it would have been one giant road bomb they wouldn’t have had to avoid later on.

  3. Mr. K. has rosy cheeks. Does that mean he still drinks- much? Just asking.The news flashes keeping better and better.

    • I’ve seen more than a few people on Twitter remark that he has the complexion of a functioning alcoholic. The Dems should make him pee in a cup before each hearing. They just can’t let Twitler know. He gets too excited over people peeing.

      • Hee hee. Hmm, since I do not use Twitter, I had no idea that other people were thinking the same as I, concerning Mr. K’s rosy cheeks. Yes, El Trumpo has a thing about a certain kind of streaming yellow colored liquid.

  4. Oh, and of course the calendar, the most fatuous of his defenses. Like anybody would actually pencil in “drunken gang rape, July 16” to make sure he doesn’t forget to perform that important duty.

    • Like I said above, I originally forgot the calendar. I stopped in the middle of making the poster, because I was starving. When I got back, it totally slipped my mind. I posted the image without it and wrote in the comments that I was going to add it but was too lazy. Of course, that annoyed the shit out of my OCD brain, so I added the calendar, replaced the original poster and deleted the comment before any of the Raisinettes got here.

  5. singe

    Trump will toss the choir boy under the bus and appoint Duterte to the Supremes so we can have both a president and justice shooting people on 5th avenue….

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