Two former classmates of Judge Brett Kavanaugh appeared on “Fox and Friends” Thursday morning to defend the Supreme Court nominee, saying the accusations lobbed against him are “absolutely not true.”
“These allegations are false, that’s not the man I knew,” said Tom Kane, his high school classmate and friend. “We were one heartbeat—if anything like this happened, I would know about it. If anything like this happened, our whole community would know about it. Same with the Yale incident. This is incomprehensible, impossible.”
“These allegations are false, that’s not the man I knew.” –Tom Kane defends his high school friend, Brett Kavanaugh pic.twitter.com/9bvR4F7hfQ— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) September 27, 2018
Maura Kane, who once dated Kavanaugh and is now married to Tom Kane, also defended him.
The accusations are “so, so far away from anything I experienced and any women who were around him every saw,” she said.
Former classmates of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh speak out in his defense pic.twitter.com/dRhyVWjlh8— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) September 27, 2018
She also called the descriptions of their high school gatherings as drug fueled, gang rape parties “outrageous” and “so far out of our world.”
Maura Kane, who dated Brett Kavanaugh in college, says accusations against her former boyfriend are “so, so far away from anything I experienced” and “absolutely not true” pic.twitter.com/CmYM5VYDTT— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) September 27, 2018