New Lawsuit Has Brett Kavanaugh Smiling Ear To Ear
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Democrats waged an all-out war on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh last year -- and they haven't stopped trying to find new ways to have him removed from the High Court.
But now a lawsuit has been filed that more than likely has Kavanaugh smiling from ear to ear.
The Huffington Post -- a notoriously liberal media outlet -- published a story alleging two students at Georgetown Prep –- where Kavanaugh attended high school -- sold lethal amounts of cocaine to David Kennedy, the nephew of Robert F. Kennedy, in 1984.
The two Georgetown Prep students -- Derrick Evans and Douglas Kennedy -- have filed a defamation suit against The Huffington Post for the salacious hit piece.
The Clarion Ledger reports:
A Gulfport professor and advocate is suing the national news website HuffPost alleging defamation involving a September 2018 story on U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s days at Georgetown Prep school.
Derrick Evans’ lawsuit was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Gulfport against HuffPost and its former journalist, Ashley Feinberg. The lawsuit said HuffPost and Feinberg repeatedly defamed Evans and friend Douglas Kennedy to a nationwide audience on multiple occasions in September 2018 by falsely asserting that they helped arrange the purchase and delivery of cocaine at Georgetown Prep that resulted in the April 1984 death of David Kennedy, Douglas’ brother and the son of the late U.S. attorney general and senator, Robert F. Kennedy.
“These statements were not only false and defamatory, but outrageously so, and were published by defendants with knowledge of their actual falsity or in reckless disregard of the truth for the apparent purpose of creating a salacious story designed to drive internet traffic to HuffPost’s website,” the lawsuit said.
The Clarion Ledger reports:
In October, the FBI gave Congress its final report into the supplemental background check after Democrats demanded it.
The reports revealed that there was no support for the allegations of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh.
The FBI's investigation was in response to several women coming forward with weak allegations against Kavanaugh soon after Trump nominated him to the Supreme Court.
Ford alleged Kavanaugh groped her at a party around 1983 — she has no witnesses or evidence to support her claims.
Deborah Ramirez claims Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a party in 1983 — she has no witnesses or evidence to support her claims.
Julie Swetnick wrote in her sworn affidavit that Kavanaugh drugged women, took part in “gang rapes,” and implied that Kavanaugh may have sexually assaulted her in the 1980s at one of the high school parties.
Then, she walked back all three of those assertions, contradicting her original claims.
While liberals did their absolute best to thwart Kavanaugh's nomination and attack him with baseless allegations, he was also awarded the American Bar Association's highest honor.
Conservatives believe it's time for fake news reporters to be held accountable for the smear campaign against Kavanaugh.