Skip to comments.Kavanaugh: I was a virgin through high school and college
Posted on 09/24/2018 3:18:24 PM PDT by yesthatjallen
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Monday defended himself against the sexual assault allegations roiling his nomination by saying he was a virgin through high school and college.
"Were talking about an allegation of sexual assault," Kavanaugh said in a clip released from his interview on Fox News Channel's "The Story with Martha MacCallum."
"Ive never sexually assaulted anyone," Kavanaugh said. "I did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter ... The girls from the schools I went to, and I, were friends."
"Through all these years that were in question, you were a virgin?" Fox News host Martha MacCallum asked.
"Thats correct," Kavanaugh replied, adding that he did not have sex until "many years after" college.
Neither of the two accusations regarding Kavanaugh involve sexual intercourse. Christine Blasey Ford is alleging Kavanaugh held her down and groped her over her clothes during a high school party in 1982, and Deborah Ramirez claims he exposed himself without her consent during a gathering at Yale University a few years later.
Fox News released clips from the interview throughout the evening on Monday.
At another point in the interview, Kavanaugh vowed he is "not going anywhere" despite the allegations.
"Im not going to let false accusations drive us out of this process," he said, sitting beside his wife as she nodded.
Kavanaugh during the interview denied attending the party in Ford's account.
"[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 Ive never sexually assaulted anyone," he said.
Ford has stated that she is sure Kavanaugh was the man who allegedly assaulted her in an episode that she says has caused her decades of emotional trauma.
The full interview is scheduled to air at 7 p.m. EST.
Embarrassing, but might be effective. “I never got past second base.”
Oh Man, they will now make fun of him.
Doh!!! Yes, TMI but, I guess it helps him in this case.
I think this is a bad idea, because hardly anyone will believe him. Might make him seem less than honest, even if he is being honest... ya know what I mean?
And now also the brunt of endless slimeball jokes courtesy of leftist comedians..
What a shame we’ve come to this. However, this is a pre-emptive defense against the porn lawyer and his claim Kavanaugh was conducting rape trains against co-eds at Yale.
Yet they are the first to scream like stuck pigs about the same behaviors they STILL ACTIVELY PRMOTE...
Cher was bitching on Twitter earlier but take a look at this:
Not in light of the accusations that are before him and he is being honest.
Not all men are sluts. Some actually respect women. Rare, but it happens.
Another day/hour; another record low — even for the Democrats/Leftists.
Yes, very personal information that under ordinary circumstances would be inappropriate for public discussion... but in this case, well, yes, it is relevant to the charges being made.
It’s not “never got to second base” but rather “I love Christ and I am not yet married”. Laugh. This is what Honor means.
In a civilized world, it could be called too much information, but the world is not civilized.
Like he wasnt already.
So this is what the SCOTUS nomination process has become by the liberals. Disgusting/
I dunno, when you take a look at those ugly greasy gals like Ford, I can see why a guy may not want to expend any energy.
“Neither of the two accusations regarding Kavanaugh involve sexual intercourse.”
There are three and one definitely involves sexual intercourse.
The Hill showing bias and dishonesty in reporting.
Now Im certain Sonny ran into that tree on purpose.
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