‘Huge’! Two men tell Judiciary Committee it was THEM, not Kavanaugh, who assaulted Ford

The Senate Judiciary Committee has met with two anonymous men who claim they sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford, not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Committee members met with the first anonymous man Monday and Tuesday, according to a log of the committee’s activities obtained and published by reporters Wednesday evening:

Sometime this week committee members also reportedly held a phone interview with a second man who issued claims similar to those of the first:

While these allegations remain uncorroborated, they’ve thrown yet another wrench into Ford’s dubious allegations that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her in high school over three decades ago.

The results of a polygraph test she reportedly took last month has been found to be littered with contradictions. None of the people whom she’s cited as corroborating witnesses have backed her claims. And she’s tried every trick possible to avoid testifying to Congress and being questioned under oath by an experienced sex crimes prosecutor.

So far nothing Ford’s claimed has held up to scrutiny. The same can be said of the allegations made by two others accusers, Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick.

Though Ramirez claims Kavanaugh exposed himself to her during a party in college in either 1983 or 1984, the two corroborating witnesses she cited have denied being aware of any such behavior.

And though Swetnick claims she observed Kavanaugh take part in so-called “gang rape” parties, nobody else has spoken up about these rapes. It also remains unclear why she reportedly kept attending these parties despite knowing full well that “gang rapes” were occurring at them. It’s also been shown she herself has a troubling history of bad behavior.

Regarding the two men with whom the Senate Judiciary Committee spoke with this week, what remains unclear are their specific roles in the alleged assault. Did they each separately sexually assault Ford, or was it a joint effort?

What also remains unclear is why they would out themselves, given that the state where the assault allegedly happened, Maryland, has no statue of limitations on rape charges, meaning these men could conceivably wind up in prison sometime soon.

What’s interesting to social media users, however, is how the left has decided to automatically dismiss these claims:

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