If there’s anyone out there in the Twitchy audience who’d like to use the delay brought to us by Sen. Jeff Flake to level any accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, go ahead — it’s not big deal if you’re just some nobody from Rhode Island.
Remember that guy from Rhode Island? The one who told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he knew a woman who’d been sexually assaulted by a “heavily inebriated” Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge back in 1985? And then who recanted his statement and apologized? Can you believe Sen. Chuck Grassley wants to hold him accountable?
— Slate (@Slate) October 1, 2018
Geez … you don’t prosecute some random guy just because he broke the law.
A man who made a false statement to Congress and diverted Senate resources to investigate that maaaaaaaaany liberal journalists reported as breaking news?
That silly ol fella? https://t.co/gMEFxENhU0
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) October 1, 2018
What’s your point exactly? 🤔😂
— Christy (@TheriotChristy) October 1, 2018
I like the Rhode Island bit. Who prosecutes people from Rhode Island? That's just crazy!
— GammonBot (@mingmingmung) October 2, 2018
False statements to congress is a crime.
— Facts Matter (@convoice) October 1, 2018
Yes, because lying to Congress has consequences.
— beccasu (@CocoaMonoi) October 1, 2018
Not random. It's a specific guy that lied about him assaulting a woman, woman comes out and says complete nonsense every interaction with kav was positive. And the senate used resources to fly out and investigate. Pretty sure that would land you in prison.
— J M (@GameEnders_) October 1, 2018
No harm, no foul, right? Oh, by the way, it looks like Julie Swetnick’s story is falling apart too over on NBC News.
as well they should.
Meanwhile, Dems…. pic.twitter.com/HNaOInwDoI
— US Patriot For Truth 🇺🇸 (@USPatriot4Truth) October 1, 2018
'What in the hell is this?' Meet the guy who accused Brett Kavanaugh of raping a woman in 1985 [pics] https://t.co/X4wFgi24bS
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 27, 2018