60 Classmates of Kavanauh Sign Letter Stating They Never Met Julie Swetnick

It seems to me that if someone attended 10 parties like Julie Swetnick said she did, someone would have had to of met her. But 60 of Kavanaugh’s classmates sent a letter to the Judiciary Committee attesting to the fact that none of them ever met Julie Swetnick. Assuming all of these parties were held in houses, it seems reasonable that you would meet her at least once.

Researchers found that she graduated in 1980, yet she claimed that she attended high school parties during her freshman and sophomore years of college. That doesn’t make sense to me since I would think college students would want to attend parties on campus.

From The Gateway Pundit

Swetnick claims that she was attending parties that Kavanaugh was also present at, and stood around while girls were being gang raped — until it happened to her. She also claims that she went to at least ten of these parties without reporting them to authorities.

In the letter obtained by Daily Caller White House correspondent Saagar Enjeti, the classmates tell Chairman Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein that “in the extensive amount of time we collectively spent with Brett, we do not recall having even met someone named Julie Swetnick.”

The classmates went on to reaffirm that Kavanaugh is a “good man” who has always “treated women with respect and decency.” They additionally called for an end to the “shameful attacks” which are “harming good people.”

Kavanaugh has also denied knowing Swetnick and referred to the allegations as something out of the “Twilight Zone.”

“In a new letter signed by 60 classmates of Brett Kavanaugh they say they have literally never even met a woman named Julie Swetnick (Avenatti’s client)”

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