Brett Kavanaugh’s Yale roommate believes latest sexual misconduct accuser


After Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a house party in the early 1980s, a Yale classmate of Kavanaugh's, Deborah Ramirez, told The New Yorker Kavanaugh drunkenly thrust his penis in her face at a dorm party in the 1983-1984 school year. Meanwhile, a delegation of 100 students is traveling to Washington protest at the Supreme Court and possibly meet with senators. Blumenthal, almost everyone at this sit-in (and in DC) opposed Kavanaugh long before these allegations appeared and would continue to oppose him even if these allegations were withdrawn or undercut by testimony.

She also told the magazine she was inebriated as well and has admitted to holes in her memory of some details. He spoke in support of Debbie Ramirez the second women to go on the record with claims of sexual misconduct against the Judge.

Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) reportedly said on Monday evening that Ramirez's "counsel has not been terribly cooperative other than to say to read the New Yorker".

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He has categorically denied the accusations, and says he is eager to testify to clear his name. The attorneys said they did not know when they would have answers to the unresolved issues.

Clune said Ramirez is "very, very careful and very deliberate that she's not putting information out there". Forty-six people were removed from the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Monday morning, and shortly after noon, 82 people were removed from the rotunda of the Russell Senate Office Building and charged with crowding, obstructing or incommoding.

"This is an institution that has a role to play and a moral obligation when its own community members and members of the legal community are not being treated with respect", McCarthy said. At least 50 fliers are posted up and down the main hall on the first floor of the law school, according to a count by The College Fix.

Following a July 13 Above the Law article suggesting that Chua's motivation for writing the op-ed could have been her daughter's future U.S. Supreme Court clerkship opportunities, Sophia Chua Rubenfeld, tweeted to editor Elie Mystal that she was joining active duty JAG Corps after her circuit clerkship, and wouldn't be applying for clerkships on the high court anytime soon. She said that she pushed the person away, touching it in the process.

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Thomas was confirmed after a hearing that infuriated many women who believed the all-male committee mistreated Hill. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee , granted one final request for an extension.

Additional emails obtained exclusively by Campus Reform show that as many as 20 Yale Law School faculty members canceled or rescheduled up to 31 classes on Monday because of the Kavanaugh hearing. A spokesperson for the law school told the ABA Journal that the existence of an investigation could neither be confirmed nor denied. "We demand that the Senate not repeat this same shameful mistake again".

But on Thursday, The Guardian reported, based on multiple sources, that Chua herself had informed Yale Law students that it was "not an accident" Kavanaugh tended to select female law clerks who "looked like models" and she offered them beauty tips to land clerkships with him.

"I don't understand what the rush is", said King, who issued a detailed statement last week explaining his intent to vote against Kavanaugh's nomination.

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