The Defense Department Lost Track of Millions Sent to Chinese Labs
Bill Maher and Cuomo Admit Something We've All Known About the Trump Hush...
Does Everyone Hate Caitlin Clark Because She's a Straight White 'B**tch'?
Why The Associated Press' Article About the TX Girl Murdered by Illegal Aliens...
Why the Latest GOP Attempt to Hold Garland Accountable Over Biden Tapes Could...
The AP Shields Illegal Killers
Get Ready for a 'Once-in-a-Lifetime' Thermonuclear Space Explosion That Will Be Visible Fr...
What This Big-Time Democrat Donor Had to Say About Trump Is Stunning
Disney Exec. Admits It Discriminates Against White Male Applicants
'Squad' Member Jamaal Bowman Accused of Plagiarizing As He Runs to Secure the...
Virginia Dem Eugene Vindman's Campaign Struggles, While Fmr. Green Beret Emerges As GOP...
This Democrat Mayor Insists the U.S. 'Needs' Illegal Immigrants
The New York Times Has Bad News on Biden's Support Among Another Key...
Three Columbia University Deans Placed On Leave Over Disparaging Antisemitism Texts
30 Tons of Fentanyl Has Crossed U.S. Border Under Joe Biden's Presidency

Kavanaugh Classmate Who Signed Letter Defending Him Pushes Back at Critics

Several Democratic senators tried to impugn the character of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at his confirmation hearings last week. It didn't quite work out. Then, this week, Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-CA) went solo in her own attempt to smear his integrity. Feinstein announced on Thursday that she had received a random letter from someone claiming that Kavanaugh had sexually abused someone in high school. She sent the document to the FBI, but they didn't do much with it.


In a statement to the New Yorker, Kavanaugh denied the claim. 

“I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation," he said. "I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”

Dozens of Kavanaugh's female high school classmates agreed. They signed their own letter in his defense Thursday night and were very complimentary of his character. 

"For the entire time we have known Brett Kavanaugh, he has behaved honorably and treated women with respect," his classmates wrote in their own letter to Feinstein and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley. "We strongly believe it is important to convey this information to the Committee at this time,"

Critics, however, were suspicious of the timing of their praiseworthy letter.


Hume pushed back at the "absurd" claim that she knew Feinstein was going to receive the anonymous letter.

Others suggested that because Hume is the daughter of Fox News contributor Brit Hume, that somehow the cable news network was also given a heads up about the letter. 

Again, she had a simple answer.

As expected, Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats delayed Kavanaugh's confirmation vote for one week.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos