ProPublica Tries To Hunt Down Brett Kavanaugh’s Baseball Buddies

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ProPublica is asking the public if they ever saw Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attend a baseball game in Washington, D.C.

In an article aptly titled, “Did You Go to a Washington Nationals Game With Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh?” ProPublica brings up the fact that Kavanaugh briefly went into debt after purchasing Washington Nationals season tickets on a credit card. (RELATED: Media Shames Kavanaugh For Buying Baseball Tickets With A Credit Card) 

“Trump’s pick is a baseball fan who racked up considerable debt buying season tickets. Help us figure out who went with the nominated judge,” the authors pleaded with their readers.

The authors go on to accuse the White House of not being forthcoming about Kavanaugh’s baseball habits and demand to know who he attended games with, how those people repaid him for tickets, and how the tickets were treated for tax purposes. (RELATED: Vote: What Is Brett Kavanaugh’s Worst ‘Scandal’?)

The article ends with a form asking people if they ever saw Kavanaugh at a baseball game, if they are a season ticket holder, and if they know anything else about Kavanaugh’s season tickets during the 2017 baseball season.

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