Kavanaugh’s Corruption Goes Beyond Sexual Misconduct

The New York Times has reported a previously undisclosed allegation of sexual misconduct by our newest member of the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh. This account is much like one reported by Deborah Ramirez, who alleged that SCROTUS Kavanaugh thrust his exposed penis at her during a Yale dorm party. Ramirez had offered the names of 25 individuals who could confirm her story.

A classmate, Max Stier made the new accusation. He says he witnessed friends push Kavanaugh’s penis into the hand of an intoxicated female student during a different Yale dorm party. The Times has come back to report that the girl involved in this new assertion has no memory of the incident.

Both allegations were reported to the FBI; neither was investigated.

What is one more allegation of sexual misconduct by the man who has become known as the blackout drunk rapey frat-boy SCOTUS, who likes beer? It’s not likely to change anything. Kavanaugh will not step down, nor will this congress, controlled by Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, take action to impeach him.

Kavanaugh was rushed through the confirmation process without being fully vetted for a reason. There was not enough time for the committee to determine any of the following:

  • Who paid off his $1.2 million mortgage, his $92,000 country club fees and his $200,000 gambling & credit card debts.
  • What exactly did Kavanaugh do while employed by Bill Barr’s questionable law firm, Kirkland & Ellis, a firm that can be linked to Putin?
  • Why did SCOTUS Kennedy abruptly retire, leaving the vacancy for Kavanaugh?
  • How did SCOTUS Kennedy’s son’s employment with Deutsche Bank tie into it?

You may recall 90% of Kavanaugh’s records were unavailable to members of the confirmation committee. But even without his records, evidence that Kavanaugh has perjured himself more than once emerged.


Senator Patrick Leahy, D-VT, questioned Kavanaugh about the part he took in stealing judiciary committee files many years ago.


Some background: between 2001 and 2003, a Republican counsel on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Manuel Miranda, used data stolen from democratic members of the committee to gather information on their strategy of vetting judicial nominees. Kavanaugh worked for Miranda.

In 2004, Kavanaugh was nominated to become a DC Circuit Judge of Appeals. He was not approved. He was nominated again in 2006 and was approved on that occasion.

Kavanaugh was questioned at both hearings, about what he knew and his part in the handling of the stolen information. Kavanaugh said he had not learned that Miranda had obtained the documents until the story was reported in the news.

Under oath at each of his confirmation hearings, 2004, 2006, and 2018 he was asked, in all over 100 times, if he knew about the files, and he said he did not.

Emails released during his SCOTUS confirmation hearing show the file was regularly shared with Kavanaugh, and one email had the subject title “spying.”

Still, he testified he knew nothing about the stolen files.

*Perjury: the willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation, before a competent tribunal, upon a point material to a legal inquiry.

More of Kavanaugh’s acts of perjury:

  • In 2004, Kavanaugh testified that he had not personally worked on the nomination of William Pryor to the 11th Circuit.
  • In 2006, Kavanaugh testified that he was not involved in the rules governing detention of combatants.
  • In 2006, Kavanaugh told Congress he didn’t know anything about the “NSA warrantless wiretapping program” before it being reported by the New York Times.

All of those denials have proven false. Kavanaugh has a long history of lying under oath.

We can add perjury to Kavanaugh’s alleged crimes of sexual misconduct, but these are not his only acts of corruption.

Kavanaugh had 83 Ethics complaints against him, but all were permanently dismissed after his Supreme Court confirmation. Members of the Supreme Court are exempt from the federal judiciary’s system of ethics reviews.

Brett Kavanaugh has destroyed the credibility of the Supreme Court of the United States.

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5 thoughts on “Kavanaugh’s Corruption Goes Beyond Sexual Misconduct

    1. At this point, I agree. There are far more urgent matters to be dealt with. However, Kavanaugh has to be added to the shortlist.
      If Democrats regain the majority in the Senate, everyone who has committed perjury has to be held accountable.
      What’s the point of testifying under oath if no one is held accountable? We have to clean up the corruption in government, all three branches.

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  1. I think it is important for the Dems to take the senate and remove him. The college stuff is not the reason I say this. Perjury and taking bribes from someone charged with enforcing laws is unacceptable. The alcoholic behavior, clearly demonstrated during the hearings is also not acceptable in the supreme court. The constitutional remedy for this is impeachment and removal from office. Our forefathers never intended for anyone in the government to be above the law.

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  2. Agree that BK should be held accountable for perjury, but these decades old he said/she said things aren’t going to get anywhere. People are simply lining up by party. Don’t get me wrong ~ I found the testimony against him entirely believable, just like I did Anita Hill’s. But “we” haven’t changed much. Black or white, men believe men. Anyway, more compelling are those OTHER issues regarding BK. How did his debts get paid???

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