When liberal leaning MSNBC announces before an interview that they want to be “transparent” and that they have “not independently verified” a story, then there is a good chance they about to air something they don’t believe.
Monday, MSNBC’s Kate Snow interviewed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accuser, Julie Swetnick. The interview started with a unique statement by Snow explaining that they could not verify Swetnick’s statements and that they even contradict the accusers own written statement on the matter.
In Julie Swetnick’s sworn statement, she says that Kavanaugh “consistently engaged in excessive drinking and inappropriate contact of a sexual nature with women in the early 1980’s.”
During the interview, Swetnick says that she “cannot specifically say that he was one of the ones who assaulted me.”
See the full interview here.
Kavanaugh has called Swetnick’s accusations a “farce” and after her interview on MSNBC, she has now done more damage to her story and credibility. If the Swetnick accusations come out as false, it will go a long way to helping reassure Senate Republicans for a positive confirmation and could even damage some Democrats in the midterms.
There is a lot riding on the confirmation hearings, but we owe it to Brett Kavanaugh to get to the bottom of all of this and offer a vote.
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