At least one former “best friend” of the woman who came forward to accuse Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct more than 30-years-ago does not appear to be able to corroborate the story being peddled by the anti-Trump, Democratic Party’s news media and by the belated complainant.
This complainant — a Yale graduate named Professor of Law Deborah Ramirez — is the second woman to officially accuse President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee of sexual impropriety.
Is the latest Brett Kavanaugh accuser, Prof. Ramirez, a willing or unwilling criminal pawn being used to destroy a conservative, originalist Judge who is headed for the U.S. Supreme Court? At least one former best friend of Ramizez may believe so.
The university professor, Deborah Ramirez, became the second person to officially go on record and accuse President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee of sexual impropriety, this time in an article published by The New Yorker on Sunday.
“For Ramirez, the sudden attention has been unwelcome, and prompted difficult choices,” the piece by Rowan Farrow — actress Mia Farrow’s son — reads. “She was at first hesitant to speak publicly, partly because her memories contained gaps because she had been drinking at the time of the alleged incident.”
There are differences in Deborah Ramirez case when compared to Christine Blasey-Ford letter sent to Democratic Party Sen. Dianne Feinstein. The first sign of the Ford accusations against Kavanaugh quite possibly being a hoax is when Sen. Feinstein, a ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, received Prof. Blasey-Ford’s confidential message. The letter informed the reader of an alleged sexual assault on Ms. Ford perpetrated by Kavanaugh while both of them were in high school.
However, Sen. Feinstein admitted she kept the letter in secret and failed to share its contents with anyone on the judiciary committee or the federal law enforcement agents. It wasn’t until after the senate hearings on Kvanaugh’s confirmation was completed, did Sen. Feinstein — who employed a Chinese spy as her chauffeur for almost 20-years — jumped into action in an 11th Hour attempt to derail Kavanaugh’s taking a seat on the nation’s highest court.
While Ford’s accusations claim that the incident with Kavanaugh occurred in their last year of high school, Ramiraz’s incident is being treated as an adult crime occurring in college. Ramirez’ a week after Christine Blasey-Ford publicly went to the Washington Post, and the New Yorker hit piece authors Farrow and someone else cannot even confirm if Kavanaugh attended the party mentioned.
Farrow and the New Yorker earned praise when they outed Harvey Weinstein, so this story deserves to be paid attention to. Deborah Ramirez story also has some similarities to Blasey-Ford. Ramirez studied sociology and psychology and has large “gaps” in her memory regarding her story.
“The former friend who was married to the male classmate alleged to be involved, and who signed the statement, said of Ramirez, ‘This is a woman I was best friends with. We shared intimate details of our lives. And I was never told this story by her, or by anyone else. It never came up. I didn’t see it; I never heard of it happening,’” the story read.