Brett Kavanaugh’s own 1982 calendar may have just incriminated him

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Brett Kavanaugh didn’t exactly help his prospects when he submitted his personal handwritten calendar from 1982 as supposed evidence that he didn’t sexually assault Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. Were we really supposed to believe that he didn’t attend a very small house party, simply because he didn’t write it on his calendar? Now, upon closer inspection, Kavanaugh’s calendar may have just unwittingly incriminated him.

It all started on Thursday night when political reporter Matt Fuller noticed something interesting about the July 1st entry on Brett Kavanaugh’s 1982 calendar, and posted a Twitter thread about it. Kavanaugh had written “Go to Timmy’s” on his calendar, along with the names of a handful of people – including “P.J.” and “Judge.” Christine Blasey Ford has asserted that Kavanaugh tried to rape her at a house party in which Patrick “P.J.” Smyth and Mark Judge were also in attendance. Here’s the thing: Ford hadn’t seen Kavanaugh’s calendar at the time she asserted this. So is this a big deal?

In a word, yes. Congressman Ted Lieu, a former Air Force JAG prosecutor, retweeted Fuller’s discovery, adding “This seems very important.” Former federal prosector Mimi Roach posted this in response to Lieu: “Very. It’s independent corroborating evidence. Ford never saw these calendar entries before she made her allegation but it corroborates key pieces of her testimony – key players together at a party around the time frame. And that’s w/o any investigation on evidence he put in.”

In his overeager attempt at making an absurd defense strategy, Brett Kavanaugh appears to have just given additional credence to Dr. Ford’s accusations, as well as additional details about the party in question. We’re now looking at July 1st, 1982, at Timmy’s house, and we have the first names of additional potential witnesses – and two former prosecutors believe this is important legal evidence.

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