NYT's Latest Hit Piece: Kavanaugh Allegedly Threw Ice on Someone in College

Glen Norman
October 2, 2018

Yeah. It's come to this.

The New York Times reports that the altercation took place at a bar in New Haven, Connecticut - where Yale University resides - during Kavanaugh's junior year at the college.

After embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh told senators under oath on Thursday that allegations of his unhealthy drinking habits were unfounded, one of his former Yale University classmates is now reportedly preparing to tell the Federal Bureau of Investigation that in his experience that was not the case.

Dudley reportedly denied the allegations.

Mr Kavanaugh passionately denied the accusations at a Senate committee hearing on Thursday, and challenged suggestions he had a drinking problem at the time.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanagh has been scrutinized for allegedly lying about his drinking behavior while under oath.

So, here we are.

Mr Kavanaugh allegedly threw ice at him. These people have no shame.

Ludington claimed that after a UB40 concert, a group that included Kavanaugh went to a bar where they spotted a man who some in the group believe resembled a member of the band.

Neither UB40, which turned Neil Diamond's "Red, Red Wine" and Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love With You" into Hot 100-topping hits, nor former lead singer Ali Campbell have commented on the latest Kavanaugh report.

The North Carolina State University professor has challenged Mr Kavanaugh's testimony that he was not a heavy drinker, and indicated that the judge was "belligerent and aggressive" when he drank. Ludington said he believed Kavanaugh "mischaracterized the extent" of his drinking during the hearing. "Democrats desperately attack Judge Kavanaugh for throwing ice during college".

"However, I have direct repeated knowledge about Brett's drinking and his disposition while drunk". What motivated New York Times reporter to write this ridiculous story? Ford alleges Kavanaugh pinned her down, groped her, and tried to remove her clothes.

The president's son, Donald Trump Jr, has said the #MeToo movement makes him more anxious about his sons' future than his daughters'.

"If I were doing the interview, I would want to get as many specifics as I could", Stuber said.

The most senior Democrat on the Senate's Judiciary Committee, Dianne Feinstein, has sent a letter urging the White House to release the written directive sent by President Trump to the FBI launching the investigation.

In recent years, the splintered factions of the band have become more famous for their squabbles and threats over rights to the name - which, sadly for fans of irony and destiny, will probably never go before the U.S. Supreme Court, with or without Kavanaugh on it.

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