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Left spins Kavanaugh’s claim of being a high school virgin into something filthy–and it has backfire written all over it

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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, being put through the ringer by Senate Democrats engaged in a dishonest campaign of character assassination, appeared on Fox News Monday evening to defend himself from unsubstantiated claims of sexual misconduct.

So low has the hate-filled left taken the confirmation process that viewers saw the nominee actually admit to being a virgin through high school and much of college.


**Warning: Explicit and adult content ahead.

“”I’ve never sexually assaulted anyone,” Kavanaugh told host Martha MacCallum. “I did not have sexual intercourse — or anything close to sexual intercourse — in high school or for many years thereafter and the girls from the schools I went to and I were friends.”

“So you’re saying through all these years in question you were a virgin?” MacCallum pushed back.

“That’s correct,” Kavanaugh replied.

Two women, Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, emerged at the 11th hour, when Kavanaugh’s confirmation was all but assured, to level accusations against him.

Four people Ford placed at the scene have all denied any knowledge of the incident she alleged, and Ramirez’s claim has not been corroborated — in fact, her story didn’t even pass the smell test of the liberal New York Times.

With Kavanaugh’s admitted sexual inexperience countering the left’s narrative of a hard-partying frat boy using and abusing women, his claim prompted a delightful conversation on CNN about oral sex.

Creepy porn lawyer Michael Avenatti, the slime ball representing Stormy Daniels who now claims to represent another Kavanaugh victim, said the Supreme Court nominee’s claim of being a virgin “shows he’s lying.”

“So, what exactly is he saying? Is he saying that he did not have sexual intercourse?” Avenatti asked anchor Chris Cuomo, who moonlights as a member of the Resistance.

Yep, that’s pretty much the definition of being a virgin, counselor.

“Are we going to get into a definition of sexual intercourse?” he continued, working to undermine the assertion. “Does that mean he performed oral sex or had oral sex performed on him?”

“Or does he want America to believe that the only thing that he did, until well into his college years, was effectively kissed or French kissed a woman? Is that what he wants America to believe?”

To the promiscuous left, where deviance is celebrated, such a possibility is unheard of.


Of course, having the fame-seeking creepy porn lawyer against him may be the best thing Kavanaugh has going… though not very helpful to CNN’s battered image.

While Senate Republicans don’t seem to be up to the task of protecting Kavanaugh from the miscarriage of justice coming from Democrats, the nominee said Monday night that President Trump called him earlier in the day in a show of support.

MacCaullum asked him if he believed the president is going to stand by you.

“I know he’s going to stand by me,” Kavanaugh replied. “He called me this afternoon and said he’s standing by me.”

Here’s a sampling of online reactions to a Supreme Court nominee — ANY Supreme Court nominee — being forced to discuss his sexual history on national television.


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