The mainstream media’s efforts to help Dems dig up dirt on SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh continue, and nobody’s broken more shovels in the process than the New York Times. The new angle the paper has reportedly been taking is filing requests under the Maryland Public Information Act in order to, at least in part, examine any 911 calls made from the Kavanaugh home:
The New York Times is yet again looking to manufacture a hit piece against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, and yet again, they've failed. https://t.co/C6v0ALJG5Z
— NTK Network (@NTKNet) August 24, 2018
And apparently the Times unearthed a real bombshell! Just kidding:
Lame New York Times Scoop: Kavanaugh Family Called 911 Over Stolen Car https://t.co/sJbWkUCB6F
— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) August 24, 2018
The Kavanaugh family in 2015 reportedly called 911 to report a stolen Jeep Grand Cherokee.
I only wish they'd investigate other issues as fervently as they're going after Kavanaugh.
Lame New York Times Scoop: Kavanaugh Family Called 911 Over Stolen Car https://t.co/qmgnf8lDEm
— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) August 25, 2018
Maybe the media should just re-focus on the baseball ticket thing and save themselves from further embarrassment.
Next we’ll be hearing about how he forgot to properly sort his recycling back in the 1990s. What crap.
— Fully Vaporized (@FVaporized) August 24, 2018
911 calls, seriously NY Times? geez.
— Cecilia Norris (@CeciliaNorris9) August 24, 2018
Grasping at straws: After failing to find anything in its FOIA request for notes on Chevy Chase town meetings (where Kavanaugh's wife is manager), the NYT wants records of 911 calls from his home. Meanwhile, The New Yorker is analyzing sports stories he wrote as an undergrad.
— Dan Armstrong (@Fuertebrazos) August 25, 2018
— Hamaan13 (@hamaan23) August 24, 2018