While the prep school might be for boys only, it appears Supreme Court nomiee Brett Kavanaugh had a lot of interactions with girls. A total of 65 women who knew him during school signed off on his nomination. When an alleged survivor of sexual assault claimed he attempted to rape her, however, only two out of those 65 continued to support him.
When delivering a speech for CUA Law School in 2015, the judicial nominee confessed they had a particularly disturbing saying about his prep school.
“Fortunately, we had a good saying that we’ve held firm to to this day, as the dean was reminding me before the talk, which is, ‘What happens at Georgetown Prep, stays at Georgetown Prep,’” Kavanaugh said. “That’s been a good thing for all of us, I think.”
Given the accusations of sexual assault and tell-all book from Kavanaugh’s friend about drunken adventures with underage minors, the statement doesn’t seem to age well.
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