Kavanaugh submits 1982 calendar ahead of Thursday’s hearing. It’s quite meticulous.

Pages from Brett Kavanaugh’s 1982 calendar show a busy schedule during the time Christine Blasey Ford alleges he sexually assaulted her at a party.

The Supreme Court nominee released the 1982 May, June, July and August pages from his calendar ahead of Thursday’s Senate Judiciary hearing and CNN’s Jake Tapper posted photos.

The detailed calendar showed Kavanaugh was quite meticulous in noting everything happening that summer, from going to the beach with friends to getting a haircut, having dinner with his father and even getting grounded.

The summer allowed Kavanaugh some extended trips away from home, as one entry in August indicated a period of time spent at basketball camp.

It is during this summer that Ford alleges a 17-year-old Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a party, though she has admitted not remembering the exact time, place or location. The judge has vehemently denied the uncorroborated allegations while enduring life threatening attacks on his own family.

“The truth is, I’ve never sexually assaulted anyone — in high school or otherwise,” Kavanaugh told Fox News host Martha MacCallum.  “I am not questioning and have not questioned that perhaps Dr. Ford, at some point in her life, was sexually assaulted by someone at some place, but what I know is I’ve never sexually assaulted anyone.”

“The vast majority of the time I spent in high school was studying or focused on sports and being a good friend to the boys and the girls that I was friends with,” he added. “We have these great, life-long friendships that are fantastic, and supporting each other through the ups and downs of life, and, you know, they’re an awesome group of people.”

Kavanaugh’s calendar pages will likely be used in Thursday hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee which is also scheduled to hear from his accuser, unless she stalls again or makes other demands as a precondition to testifying.

Ford also sent in documents to the committee on Tuesday, including signed and sworn statements from four people who back up her claims.

President Donald Trump stood by his nominee, slamming Democrats on Wednesday for “playing a high level CON GAME” against Kavanaugh and asking for prayers for the family.

Ten Republican senators are still undecided on Kavanaugh’s nomination as the vote is set for Friday.

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