Report: Kavanaugh Classmate's Testimony Surfaces

A new report says one of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's Yale classmates claims to have seen Kavanaugh involved in sexual shenanigans. The “New York Times” is reporting that prior to the Supreme Court nomination hearings last year, Max Stier told the FBI when he and Kavanaugh were in school at Yale he saw Kavanaugh expose himself at a party back in the 1980s.

The report goes on to say the FBI declined to investigate the claim. Stier's account is similar to an allegation made against Kavanaugh by another former Yale student Deborah Ramirez who was interviewed by the FBI prior to last year's nomination hearings. But the alleged victim in this case? She reportedly doesn’t recall what Stier says he saw.

Meanwhile, Democrats appear to smell chum in the water, as they’re pretty roundly calling for Kavanaugh’s impeachment. That is, with the exception of former Vice President Joe Biden, who says the new allegations raise "troubling questions" about the integrity of his confirmation. Instead of calling for Kavanaugh's impeachment, Biden is suggesting for a close look at what was known by investigators during Kavanaugh's confirmation, adding "we must follow the evidence to wherever it leads."

Meanwhile, President Trump is calling for the Justice Department to "rescue" Kavanaugh. Speaking via Twitter, the President says Justice Kavanaugh “should start suing people for libel.” “The lies being told about him are unbelievable,” Trump adds. “False Accusations without recrimination. When does it stop? They are trying to influence his opinions. Can’t let that happen!”

Source: New York Times