Julie Swetnick was the third woman to come forward Wednesday to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault this week. Like the first two women, Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, Swetnik's allegations are decades old. Still, she explained in detail how Kavanaugh demeaned women both verbally and physically at school parties. She even claims he was present while she was gang raped at a party.
Dozens of other women, however, arrived at the nation's capital Wednesday who are proud to "Stand With Brett."
Women for Kavanaugh, I stand with Brett Rally! pic.twitter.com/GSbGhIFkh7— CWA LAC (@CWforA) September 27, 2018
They say these character assassinations are ridiculous and they defended his integrity.
"We are not backing down and you can’t bully us into silence,” said Concerned Women for America President Penny Nance.
"It is disappointing that Senate Democrats seem to be cynically using the pain of others for their political agenda," said Mallory Quigley of the Susan B. Anthony List.
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel shared a short clip of other women defending Kavanaugh's honor.
Hundreds of women are supporting Judge Kavanaugh, a man they know to be of the highest integrity and character.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) September 26, 2018
Here are just a few of them. pic.twitter.com/nFsHjBtK3d
"He's kind and generous honorable and transparent," according to one speaker.
Another woman said he is "thoughtful, detailed and wise beyond his years."
He is "a gentleman of the highest caliber who always treated women with decency and respect," another participant said.
One woman spoke so highly of Kavanaugh's integrity, that she said she hopes her two sons grow up to have his qualities.