Wonder if Brett Kavanaugh follows Minnesota politics. Because this definitely seems like something that would interest him:

More from the AP (emphasis ours):

An ex-girlfriend’s allegation that Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison once physically abused her could not be substantiated because she refused to provide video she said she had of the incident, an attorney hired to investigate the claims concluded in a draft report obtained Monday by The Associated Press.

A draft report obtained by the AP notes Monahan’s shifting rationale for refusing to produce the video footage, including that it was lost, was on a USB drive in storage and that it would be too embarrassing and traumatic to release it.

[Susan Ellingstad, a lawyer hired by Minnesota’s Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party to investigate the allegation] also wrote in her report that Monahan would not allow her to view the footage privately.

“An allegation standing alone is not necessarily sufficient to conclude that conduct occurred, particularly where the accusing party declines to produce supporting evidence that she herself asserts exists,” Ellingstad wrote. “She has thus repeatedly placed the existence of the video front and center to her allegations, but then has refused to disclose it.

Do … do you mean to say that allegations aren’t worth sh*t without evidence to back them up?

When did that happen? We must’ve missed it.

We’re having trouble keeping up with the rules about this stuff.

“All women” may not actually include all women.

Blink and you missed it.

How do we know which “survivors” to believe?

Keith Ellison should have to suspend his race indefinitely until the FBI can prove conclusively that he’s innocent of the crimes of which he’s been accused. It’s only fair.