The American people finally got to hear directly from Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s third accuser in an MSNBC interview that Kavanaugh isn’t going to be very happy about.
Julie Swetnick spoke to MSNBC’s Kate Snow and told her story. Kavanaugh has called her allegations a “farce;” however, she provided Snow with intimate details and gave a damning description of Kavanaugh.
‘He was a very aggressive, very sloppy drunk, very mean drunk. I saw him go up to girls and paw on them, try to, you know, get a little too handsy, touching them in private parts. I saw him try to shift clothing.
‘I saw him push girls up against walls. He would pretend to stumble into them and knock them into a wall. He would push his body against them, grope them.’
She also claimed she saw Kavanaugh hand out cups of punch to girls at the party. She claims the punch was spiked by the boys at the party.
She went on to describe how boys would line up outside bedrooms to then gang rape girls.
‘They were definitely huddled by doors.’
She then described her own story – the story of how she was sexually assaulted.
‘What happened to me is probably the most horrendous awful thing that could happen to any human being. My body was violated. My soul was broken. I was not able to have somebody stop when I said, “No, stop.” I felt like somebody took me and basically said, “You’re worthless.”
‘I was at a party and I remember that I started not to feel very well. Next thing I know I was shoved into a room and I’m having my clothes torn in different directions. I was touched everywhere. I was physically assaulted in every way you could possibly physically assault a woman … I had no way to fend them off.’
Swetnick’s story is beyond believable, and her story is compelling. She even names the police officer she spoke to when she tried to report the incident. The police officer is deceased; however, records could show she did make a legitimate complaint years ago.
Of course, Republicans will say she’s not believable; however, with so many stories that have so many similarities, it’s hard to deny Kavanaugh’s accusers have legitimate complaints.
You can watch the interview below.