At about the same time that the cloture vote was getting ready to be held, a little gem of information about the Kavanaugh calendar emerged. That infamous July 1st, 1982 party on Brett Kavanaugh’s calendar has been debunked as the party of record. What is even more fun is to look at who debunked it as the date.
As Written and Reported By Allahpundit for Hot Air:
Glad they waited until the eve of the cloture vote to make this clear, after a week of theorizing by chumps like me and days spent by the FBI interviewing people named on Kavanaugh’s calendar on that date.
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But a member of Ford’s team said the California-based professor — who was not interviewed by the FBI for its inquiry — “would have told them that she never considered July 1 as a possible date, because of some of the people listed on his calendar who she knew well and would have remembered.”
“She would have also told the FBI that it was just a regular summer night for everyone else who was there,” the member of Ford’s team added. “There would have been no reason for them to remember it.”
That’s exactly the point skeptics like me of the July 1 theory made in criticizing it. It was an intriguing possibility because two of the people whom Ford remembers as being present, Mark Judge and Patrick Smyth, were also listed on Kavanaugh’s calendar as attending the drink…..
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