Kevin Daley, DCNF
The wife of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has received a battery of death threats in recent days, after allegations appeared in the press that the judge sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford in 1982.
The vivid missives are just one iteration of the inflamed rhetoric surrounding Kavanaugh’s nomination to the high court, following Ford’s accusations. The Ford family has similarly been threatened.
“May you, your husband and your kids burn in hell,” one message to Ashley Kavanaugh read.
Another told Mrs. Kavanaugh to put a bullet in her husband’s skull.
The Wall Street Journal obtained the emails on Thursday, which were delivered as federal law enforcement tracks an uptick in threats against Judge Kavanaugh and his family. The messages were sent to Ashley Kavanaugh’s work email address. The U.S. Marshals Service is pursing the matter.
The Kavanaugh family has drawn intense media attention since Ford’s accusations were publicized Sunday in the Washington Post. Ashley Kavanaugh delivered cupcakes to a gaggle of reporters stationed outside their home on Tuesday.
Ashley Kavanaugh is no stranger to political conflict. She was an assistant to former President George W. Bush when he was governor of Texas and later served as his personal secretary in the White House. She is currently a town manager in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Ford herself has also been subject to vile threats. She and her family have been forced from their home in California and remain concerned for their safety, according to her attorneys.
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