The New York Times published a new development in the ongoing case of Brett Kavanaugh. According to a letter they obtained dating back to 1983, Kavanaugh planned his friends’ trip to the beach and alcohol was expected to be present.
The article, “Kavanaugh’s 1983 Letter Offers Inside Look at High School Clique,” was written by Kate Kelly and David Enrich and it was published Tuesday afternoon.
It says that the reporters contacted more than a dozen classmates and friends that “depict Judge Kavanaugh as a member of a small clique of football players who dominated Georgetown Prep’s work-hard, play-hard culture.”
The article was centered on the letter the judge wrote to his friends. It discussed where they planned on staying in Ocean City, MD, how much they each owed, and what they needed to bring.
The letter reread, “I think we are unanimous that any girls we can beg to stay there are welcomed with open …”
The note also included a postscript, “It would probably be a good idea on Sat. the 18th to warn the neighbors that we’re loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us. Advise them to go about 30 miles …”
The Times also had a Yale law lecturer, who has publicly denounced Kavanaugh, publish a story without acknowledging her bias. Hours after the connection was made and highlighted, the NYT issued a statement about it. (RELATED: NYT Forced To Admit Mistake On Biased Kavanaugh Hit Piece Hours After Doubling Down)
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