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NY Times obtained 1983 Brett Kavanaugh letter to his friends: ‘We’re loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us’

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The New York Times released a report revealing a 1983 letter that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh wrote to his friends.

The letter was written before Kavanaugh and friends went to Beach Week. The letter states: “We’re loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us.”

The second paragraph of the letter explains the components of the lease for a house they were renting.

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“Our problem down there might be too many people. We’re going to have to decide while we are there who we want and don’t want. Possibilities for stays of a few days or more are [censored], Feeley, [censored], etc. If half of Gonzagga/St. Johns starts coming, we might have to give the boot or else we might get it ourselves.”

The letter goes on to say that if any girls want to spend the night, it goes without saying that they’d be “welcomed with open …. Anyway.”

“I think we’re all set. Remember that the eight of us are in charge — we get beds and we kick people out — no one else. The danger of eviction is great and that would suck because of the money and because this week has big potential. (Interpret as wish.) I’m leaving for Ireland on Wed – the 8th so someone has to volunteer by then to be in charge of money and signing lease. (It will still be in my name.”

Kavanaugh signed it “FFFFF, Bart,” the name used in the Mark Judge book.

During last week’s hearing, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-PA) demanded answers from the judge on exactly this topic.

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“Judge Kavanaugh, I’m trying to get a straight answer from you under oath. Are you Bart Kavanaugh that he’s referring to, yes or no? That’s it …” the senator said.

Kavanaugh called Judge’s book a fictionalized version of reality and told the senator, “You’d have to ask him.”

But it’s a postscript that got the most attention.

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“P.S. 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 if…”

The letter cuts off there.

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