Here’s a tweet that New Yorker writer and CNN analyst Susan Glasser believes deserves a fact check:
— Susan Glasser (@sbg1) September 25, 2018
Perhaps Brett Kavanaugh was a virgin for many years after high school. But he claimed otherwise in a conversation with me during our freshman year in Lawrance Hall at Yale, in the living room of my suite.
— Steve Kantrowitz (@skantrow) September 25, 2018
Take note: You're a New Yorker reporter now relying on unverifiable tweets from activists to make your case for you, which would suggest you don't have much of a case. https://t.co/aLOhfy1Ze4
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 25, 2018
1) How can a fact-checker ascertain whether a decades-old recollection of a college classmate's sexual boast actually happened?
2) If 1) is proven, how can a fact-checker determine if the boast was true or false?
3) How does any of this prove the allegations against #Kavanaugh? https://t.co/QRYqaXy4QD
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) September 25, 2018
Blue checkmark asking to fact check someone lying about sex in college….. this whole thing couldn't get any dumber………
— Bryan Jones (@bpjauburn) September 25, 2018
And it’s FAR from over.