The plot thickens surrounding Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the sexual assault allegations accusing him during his high school and college days which have come full circle in the feminist attempt to accuse him of sexual crimes to prevent him from overturning Roe v. Wade.
While the women accusing him have been unable to provide any substantiated proof of sexual assault, they have successfully convinced feminists that these seemingly dishonest women are truthful and that Kavanaugh is guilty. However, the recently released records of one of Kavanaugh’s accusers reveals that she has an assault record of her own, consequently reducing her credibility even further.
Julie Swetnick, the third of such accusers against Kavanaugh, claimed that he and friend Mark Judge were involved in a ‘gang rape’ line in which male party-goers from Georgetown Preparatory School in North Bethesda, Maryland queued up to sexually assault inebriated females present.
While no factual evidence has been provided which confirm any claims of this nature, recently presented information has confirmed that while Kavanaugh has no prior record of sexual assault, Swetnick herself has been previously found to be surrounded by sexual assault allegations where she was the accused.
According to the report filed in 2000, Swetnick allegedly “engaged in unwelcome, sexually offensive conduct” and, even more notably, “made false and retaliatory allegations that other co-workers had engaged in inappropriate conduct toward her.”
While the latter part of such is arguably enough to discredit Swetnick entirely, there remain other factors which are arguably too coincidental pertaining to the women who are claiming horrendous allegations against Kavanaugh.
Yet even more troubling involves the details surrounding the allegations which are being presented against her.
According to reports, Swetnick specifically targeted two male employees “during a business lunch.” However, in response, the Kavanaugh accuser was said to have attempted to obtain $150,000, claiming that the company had tarnished her reputation.
The company further explained that during Swetnick’s time at the company, it was discovered that she had claimed to be a graduate from Johns Hopkins University despite “no record of her attendance” ever being found.
Also detrimental to her reputation, Swetnick was caught falsifying her work experience, claiming such which she was unable to prove.
Most notably, Swetnick’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti, who also represented porn star Stormy Daniels, and is known to be notably anti-Trump.
Naturally, Avenatti claimed of the recently disclosed allegations against Swetnick that, “This lawsuit never had any merit as evidenced by how quickly it was dismissed. It was originally filed in retaliation for my client making claims against the company.”
‘Retaliation’ seems like an interesting word to use considering that the women coming forward have a clear agenda opposing Kavanaugh.
While Swetnick’s defense team may argue that the charges were dismissed immediately, perhaps based on little or no evidence, the same could be argued on behalf of the Supreme Court nominee.
Unfortunately for the judge, however, the accusations that have risen against him occurred in 2018 where, in many cases, men are no longer believed, especially with the increasingly leftist feminist movement on the rise.
Yet those on the left remain unwilling to admit the faults of Kavanaugh’s accusers while scrutinizing every one of his actions which may or may not have occurred.
Swetnick has a notably significant record aside from the sexual assault allegations against her co-workers.
In 2001, an ex-boyfriend of Swetnick filed a restraining order against her upon her allegedly threatening him.
Yet those with strong opinions regarding the Judge Kavanaugh accusations appear unwilling to accept the fact that their ‘victim’ advocates may be guilty of their own crimes.
While workplace inappropriateness or harassment is inexcusable when instigated by any gender, the left has seemingly evoked a mindset that those who are victim to a crime or at least claim to be, cannot be found guilty to the fault of their own.
Of course, such an assumption cannot be made for any victim; yet feminists defending Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, Julie Swetnick, and others continue to defend that all the who have made themselves involved in the scandal are only ‘victims.’
Unfortunately for those hoping that Kavanaugh will fail, there exists a reality in where claimed ‘victims’ are capable of being perpetrators themselves.
While it may never be fully known what, if anything, occurred between Kavanaugh, Judge, and other men in relation to accusatory females, the recent revelations surrounding Swetnick only further indicate that Kavanaugh’s accusers may not be as credible as feminists have claimed.