Brett Kavanaugh has repeatedly lied under oath about his drinking habits in an attempt to refute claims that he drunkenly assaulted women on multiple occasions. These are the witnesses who have come forward to tell the truth about Kavanaugh’s drinking.
To defuse his image as a hard-drinking, privileged party boy, he lied over and over again – that he’s never blacked out; about the real meaning of “Devil’s Triangle,” “Ralph week,” “Renate Alumnius,” and other terms; that he didn’t drink during the week because of work, even though his calendar disproves this; and on and on.
When someone tells so many lies, how can we trust them with the monumental life and death decisions of the Supreme Court?
“On many occasions, I heard Brett slur his words and saw him staggering from alcohol consumption, not all of which was beer. When Brett got drunk, he was often belligerent and aggressive.”– Charles “Chad” Ludington, college friend from Yale University.