Swetnick Claims Undermined

PUBLISHED: 10:08 PM 3 Oct 2018

Former Dem Candidate Who Knew Third Accuser Makes Shocking Claim

According to the left-leaning politician and meteorologist, he knew her before her story went public, and found reason to doubt it.

A former democrat candidate who knew the third accuser, Julie Swetnick, made a shocking claim about her and her background, and why she should not be believed.

Currently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is continuing their investigation into the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh made by people like Julie Swetnick, Deborah Ramirez, and Christine Blasey Ford. In the midst of this investigation, which seems to be nearly completed, Senate republicans released a fairly explosive letter concerning Swetnick, and how trustworthy her claims are.

This letter came from a democrat named Dennis Ketterer, who claimed that he had a brief flirtation with that particular accuser. He also said that he does not believe her allegations, due to explosive and somewhat obscene things that she revealed to him during that time. What this former democrat candidate said about her enjoyment of a certain ‘gang’ act, is shocking, to say the least, and somewhat horrific to consider given her accusations.

According to Ketterer, a Utah man, he met Miss Swetnick, who is currently represented by Michael Avenatti, in 1993, during a difficult time in his marriage.

Of course, she is now famous for her accusations against federal judge Kavanaugh, and for accusing him of being at parties where there were gang rapes and ‘spiked’ punch.

For his part, Kavanaugh, who has gone through no less than six FBI background checks thus far in his career.

In Ketterer’s missive, which he sent to Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, he revealed some interesting information about Avenatti’s client.

Excerpts of the signed statement from Ketterer, which was provided under penalty of perjury, pointed out that while the two discussed their sexual preferences together, she told him that sometimes, she liked to have sex with multiple men at the same time.

She even asked him if he would be alright with that sort of thing in their relationship.

Mr. Ketterer, who said that he was worried due to the ongoing talk of the AIDS epidemic at the time (1993), inquired if this was just some sort of fantasy for her, or something she had actually engaged in.

According to Julie Swetnick, she first had ‘multiple guys’ at the same time in high school, and still enjoyed recreating that from time to time.

In his letter, Dennis Ketterer said she brought it up, wondering if he would be interested in that kind of sexual relationship.

Ketterer, who now works as a late night meteorologist in Washington D.C., admitted that for some time, though there was no emotional connection between the pair, there was ‘physical contact,’ though he denied ever having sex with her.

When she talked about her enjoyment of group sex with multiple male partners, the father of two decided not to see her, cut all ties, and work to salvage his marriage rather than pursue the relationship.

In his letter, he stated that at no time did Julie Swetnick make any claim about being sexually assaulted, raped, ‘gang-raped,’ or having sex against her will.

However, in her signed affidavit, Swetnick claimed that she had been gang-raped, and that it occurred at a party or gathering where Judge Kavanaugh was present.

Mr. Ketterer said that he never heard her mention the future federal judge and United States Supreme Court nominee at all.

His letter continued, and said that in 1996, he decided to run for Congress in Maryland’s 8th Congressional District as a democrat.

He thought that he could reach out to her, and that she could help his primary with her good looks, smile, and personality. He remembered that she had told him she was a democrat before.

However, there was a problem; in the three years that had passed, Ketterer had lost her phone number. After all, cell phones were not a widespread phenomenon yet.

He decided to call her father to get her number, but he described a terse conversation with the man.

According to him, Julie Swetnick’s father said that she had “psychological and other problems” at the time.

When he inquired to learn more about the woman he had flirted with three years prior, her father wouldn’t provide details, but said that he wouldn’t want her to work on his campaign, and hung up.

The D.C. weatherman said that he didn’t think about her again until September 26, 2018, when she came forward as the third accuser.

Ketterer said that he knew what it was like to be assaulted an have no one believe him. He stated that when he was 9, his grandfather’s best friend sexually assaulted him, in fact.

He resolved to talk to his wife, who he married only three years ago, and tell her the entire ‘Julie’ saga. His wife told him that if he didn’t come forward, he’d never be able to live with himself. He even talked to a church leader before he decided to come forward.

This letter, which certainly seemed heartfelt and tragic in equal measure, has already been attacked by ‘Resistance TV’ lawyer Avenatti, who called it ‘garbage’ and said that the “GOP is desperate.”

The public tweet from the Stormy Daniels lawyer, which was sent yesterday around 5 p.m., also called for the FBI to investigate his client’s claims, which they seem to have not been interested in.

At this point, it seems likely that the investigation will end soon, and there’s still no word as to whether or not her allegations were taken seriously. However, their credibility, already damaged by her interview on television, was certainly not helped by this letter.