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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Nolte: Ronan Farrow's New Yorker Piece Debunks Allegation Against Kavanaugh

The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow and his co-author Jane Mayer are under fire for publishing a second allegation of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. When you look at how thin the story is, that criticism might be valid.

But Farrow (pictured, top right) and Mayer (pictured, top left) deserve credit for writing the full story — a story that not only appears to debunk Deborah Ramirez’s allegation but exposes how the institutional left is aggressively working behind the scenes to destroy Kavanaugh with spurious accusations.

After 35 years of not being sure it was him, Ramirez now alleges that during a drunken dorm party during her and Kavanaugh’s freshman year at Yale in 1983, he exposed himself to her in such an aggressive way she ended up accidentally touching his genitals.



Anonymous said...

The second accuser turns out (Deborah Ramirez) is actually an activist for Arabs and Muslims in the Soros foundation. That was from a story in the USA Today Paper. Does anyone besides me smell a rat??

Anonymous said...

I think locals have been experimenting and perfecting these strategies of baseless attacks turned into alternate realities against their political enemies for quite some time. I recall the hit pieces in the local paper against Councilwoman Campbell orchestrated by Barrie Tilghman and Mike Dunn. All proved to be untrue. As a matter of fact, when Dunn slapped her with an ethics violation accusation, he later laughed and said he knew she had done nothing wrong...just wanted to drag her name through the mud in the paper. That paper, by the way, has benefitted mightily from RE and tax exemption perks from the city under the leadership of a tight group of elected officials who appear to be corrupt and willing to use their influence to feather their own nests. As a cautionary note, Heath, who is running for County Exec is affiliated with that same group of people. I can only hope that Salisbury voters realize that locally were simply a microcosm of what going on nationally and won’t elect Heath who will be a puppet for those who seem willing to do anything to maintain their control over our city and now do the same to the county. Imagine the vast county assets that could be sold for pennies on the dollar!