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The 1982 calendar that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh presented to the Senate Judiciary Committee could be scrutinized by the FBI during its investigation into sexual assault allegations against him.
A July 1, 1982 entry on Kavanaugh’s calendar could face key questions from the FBI as they look into Ford’s allegations, The Washington Post reported Friday.
The article goes on to state the following:
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) said Friday that Kavanaugh’s own calendar would be “powerful corroborating evidence” to Ford’s testimony.
“This may — may — be powerful corroborating evidence that the assault happened,” Whitehouse said. “That it happened that day. And that it happened in that place.”
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Sen. Whitehouse references Kavanaugh calendar entry. “This may—may—be powerful corroborating evidence that the assault happened…But with no FBI investigation, we can’t tell.”
“You investigate. It’s the least thing a sexual assault victim is entitled to when she comes forward.” pic.twitter.com/NVbfWhkGv9
— ABC News (@ABC) September 28, 2018
Republicans have repeatedly asked Dr. Ford for a time and a place of the incident. It’s possible that Kavanaugh’s own calendar provides both. An FBI investigation would look into these kinds of details. pic.twitter.com/iKHUh9GlEZ
— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) September 28, 2018
Mark Judge’s book totally backs up the timeline Dr. Ford’s testimony today and debunks Kavanaugh’s denials.
Scarily, Brett Kavanaugh DID include a party with the people alleged to have been at the attempted rape ON HIS 1982 CALENDAR.https://t.co/agkW3n3466
— Grant Stern (@grantstern) September 27, 2018
Watch this senator point out a clue in Brett Kavanaugh’s own calendar that supports Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations pic.twitter.com/SbmQHpRj4G
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) September 28, 2018
I’m still reading up on this theory, but I can tell you that my DMs are blowing up on this question of whether Brett Kavanaugh actually may have sunk himself… with his own “alibi calendar.” Here’s The Washington Post on the subject: https://t.co/iJL4OZ7Esy
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) September 28, 2018
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