I hate even to waste time on this, but since the media insists on taking seriously the claim brought forth by porn star lawyer Michael Avenetti that his client, Julie Swetnick, was drugged and gang-raped by someone at a party where Brett Kavanaugh was in attendance 35 years ago, here are some of the problems with her story that have already surfaced:
Somehow, Kavanaugh passed six FBI background checks for the highest-level security clearances without the agents ever uncovering that he spent his teenage years as part of a drug-and-gang rape ring. An ex-boyfriend once took out a restraining order against Swetnick and says she threatened him, his wife and newborn child, and that she is “not credible…not at all.” She once filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against an employer, and by an astounding coincidence was represented by the same firm that employs Debra Katz, the feminist attorney representing Kavanaugh’s first accuser. Sixty of Kavanaugh’s former classmates released a letter stating that they never saw him engage in any such conduct, nor had they ever heard of anyone named Julie Swetnick.
And one female classmate told Fox News that it was a small town, and if even one girl had been drugged and gang-raped at a party, everyone would have known about it. Yet Swetnick claims she attended at least 10 parties where it happened, with seemingly dozens of victims and hundreds of witnesses, and nobody said a word until now.
But since Avenetti is attacking anyone who questions the credibility of his client for trying to dig up past history to attack a rape victim, let’s put all that aside. It’s not necessary to point to her past to question her credibility. All you need for that is her own “sworn declaration.” Even if, against astronomical odds, it’s actually true, it’s more of an indictment of Swetnick than of Kavanaugh. I want to make this clear: I’m not “blaming the victim” or attacking her history. I’m merely pointing out what she admits to right now in a sworn statement. In a nutshell, these are the “facts” of her own story:
While she was a legal adult in college, she attended at least ten parties given by high school students (i.e., legal minors or “children”) at which she witnessed underage girls being drugged and gang-raped, and yet she never told anyone about it. Not the police, their parents, school officials nor the homeowners where the crimes were taking place. Again, before anyone pulls out the “rape victims are often too traumatized to talk about it” card, note: by her own admission, she was not a rape victim at the time. For some unknown reason, she continued attending parties where she claims the drugging and gang-rape of underage girls was routinely going on, until finally becoming a victim herself at around the 10th party. Why did she allow this alleged horrific behavior to continue without saying anything to stop it, when she was not a rape victim at the time, she was a “witness”?
If she is lying, then she’s making an outrageous slander designed to destroy the career and reputation of an innocent man. And if, by the longest of long shots, she is actually telling the truth, then by her own sworn testimony, she, as an adult, knowingly stood by and watched the drugging and gang-rape of underage girls on multiple occasions without saying a word to stop it.
Incidentally, you know it’s a shaky accusation when the lawyer for an alleged victim of a sexual assault at the hands of a conservative can’t even convince the women of “The View.”
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