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New York Times' PR Department 'Clarifies' Questions Raised About New Kavanaugh Accusation

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The New York Times on Saturday published an opinion piece from reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, who claim to have details about a new accuser and sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The piece was an excerpt from their upcoming book, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation.”

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The excerpt showed up in the opinion section, which caused confusion. 

But, according to the Times, the excerpt didn't show up in the newspaper beforehand because the revelation came about during the book's research.

And, to make things worse, someone at the news outlet wrote a disgusting tweet promoting the excerpt. But it wasn't long before the tweet was deleted.

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The Times said they are "reviewing the decision-making with those involved" in handing the outlet's social media accounts.

The Federalist's Mollie Hemingway pointed out a couple very important facts about this book, the biggest issue being the lack of corroboration. 

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The Times is quick, yet again, to drag Kavanaugh's name through the mud yet they cherry pick what "facts" they present. Even based on the wording and phrases used in the excerpt, it's clear the reporters have their own personal vendetta: they want Kavanaugh ousted from the Supreme Court.

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