Scalia’s Frm Law Clerk Drops Game Changing Claim- “Compelling Evidence” Will Exonerate Kavanaugh

Kirsters Baish| Liberal activist Christine Blasey Ford recently alleged that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her more than three decades ago at a high school party. Her unsubstantiated claims all seem to be a part of a deeper effort to try and stop Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh denied the allegations time and time again. He was also quote as having told Senator Orin Hatch that he wasn’t even at the party Blasey-Ford mentioned in her letter.

Kavanaugh has been defended by witnesses like Mark Judge, who Blasey-Ford also named. Judge penned a letter in which he explained that he did not want to speak about the incident publicly.

The Gateway Pundit writes:

Mark Judge said in a letter sent by his legal counsel to Grassley, “I have no memory of this alleged incident..Kavanaugh and I were friends in high school but I do not recall the party described in..Ford’s letter. More to the point, I never saw Brett act in the manner..Ford describes”

Senator Dianne Feinstein circulated Christine Ford’s unredacted letter about the allegations against Kavanaugh to her staff –which of course was subsequently leaked to the media–Chuck Grassley, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he still hasn’t seen the unredacted letter even though he has after repeatedly asked for the document.

Dianne Feinstein is keeping pertinent evidence from the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Republicans.

Now we are finding out that Ed Whelan, a former law clerk for Justice Scalia as well as a conservative think tank Ethics and Public Policy Center president, defended Kavanaugh. Whelan stated that the Supreme Court nominee will likely be exonerated next week when new evidence comes out.

Ed Whelan tweeted, “By one week from today, I expect that Judge Kavanaugh will have been clearly vindicated on this matter. Specifically, I expect that compelling evidence will show his categorical denial to be truthful. There will be no cloud over him.”

Whelan continued in another tweet, “Sexual assault is a terrible thing. Its victims suffer grievously. It’s precisely b/c sexual assault is so terrible that it is deeply unjust when someone is mistakenly (even good-faith mistakenly) accused of having committed it. Everyone should rejoice when the mistake is found.”

He wrote in another tweet, “And the sooner the mistake is discovered, the better.”

He finished off by saying that “Senator Feinstein will soon be apologizing to Judge Kavanaugh.”

Well, this is going to be huge.