The Senate Judiciary Committee announced late Wednesday that two men have come forward to claim that they are the ones that assaulted Christine Blasey Ford in 1982. Not Kavanaugh.
The Supreme Court nominee and his confirmation hearing have been rocked by sexual misconduct claims by three women now. The first to come out, Christine Blasey Ford, is scheduled to testify on Thursday, but does it even matter anymore?
Two men claim they were the ones that assaulted Ford at a house party in 1982. Ford has admitted to being a partier and drunk during the night of the attack, and has had a hard time remembering details about the event.
According to Fox News, see video below, one of the men claiming to be the one that assaulted here was able to give details that even Ford could not remember.
The Senate Judiciary Committee did not release any other information on the two men and did not include their names. They also did not mention why the two men were coming out now.
With these men taking the blame for Judge Kavanaugh, will Ford’s statements and accusations against the Supreme Court Nominee still stand up?
Both Kavanaugh and Ford will testify Thursday as Republicans try to move forward with a vote to confirm Kavanaugh.
Despite the two men coming forward to claim responsibility for Ford’s accusations, there are still two other women that have sexual misconduct claims against Kavanaugh.
Check back often as we cover the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. You can watch the Senate Judiciary Committee as they questions Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday here on C-SPAN.
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