And so the evidence emerges of other Kavanaugh incidents, just as I [and the rest of the civilized world] predicted. It is really worth reading this New Yorker story by Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow. It seems that Kavanaugh's drunken and sexually aggressive behavior was well known to fellow Yalies and was the topic of contemporaneous email chatter.
Hardly a surprise.
Now the always eager Michael Avenatti announces that he has, as a client, yet a third woman with a Kavanaugh story to tell.
I think we may yet defeat Kavanaugh. Whether McConnell can railroad through a substitute nominee before the new Congress is sworn in remains to be seen, but if he cannot, and if the Democrats can retake the Senate, then Chief Justice Roberts can preside over an eight-person court until 2020.
Fair is fair.