The FBI and the White House have both said that the FBI investigation into accusations against Brett Kavanaugh will only concern the first two accusers, and not the third. The first two. And that the third, Julie Swetnick—you know, the one who accused Kavanaugh of sponsoring Mad Max-type gangs of men to rape women—will not be part of the investigation.
Swetnick's attorney, Michael Avenatti, wrote on Twitter that he was "still waiting for the FBI to contact me or my client." Avenatti, as you probably know by now, is the same trashy lawyer that represents Stormy Daniels, the porn star suing the President—you can read about it in her tell-all memoir.
Well, we've since discovered that Ms. Swetnick might be far more dubious than we had imagined.
Files emerged from a lawsuit against her 18 years ago:
Shortly after becoming employed with WebTrends, a co-worker reported to WebTrends' human resources department that Swetnick had engaged in unwelcome, sexually offensive conduct. Rather than accept responsibility for her actions, Swetnick made false and retaliatory allegations that other co-workers had engaged in inappropriate conduct toward her.
Ten years ago, Swetnick filed a sexual harassment complaint against then-employer New York Life. For the task, she used the same law firm that Christine Blasey Ford is using for the Kavanaugh proceedings.
When are people going to finally see through all the blatant inaccuracies and all the games and all the politics?
When are people going to finally see through all the blatant inaccuracies and all the games and all the politics? From the first moment of Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing, the Democrats have done nothing but scheme and cheat and lie and disrupt. Enough is enough, America. Enough is enough.