Newly Obtained Texts Show Kavanaugh Tampered With Witnesses During Investigation: Report
One of Brett Kavanaugh’s Yale classmates revealed some very interesting text messages that show the Supreme Court nominee attempting to tamper with one of the witnesses of the alleged sexual assault.
According to NBC News, Kavanaugh’s classmate Kathy Charlton was told by one of the potential witnesses that Kavanaugh called him to tell him that if he was questioned about the incident to say “no bad” things happened.
On September 21, two days before The New Yorker went live with the allegations made by accuser Deborah Ramirez, that same acquaintance texted Charlton in all-caps about the admission.
“Don’t F****** TELL PEOPLE BRETT GOT IN TOUCH WITH ME!!!” the acquaintance — whose identity was not revealed, but was confirmed by, NBC — reportedly texted her. “I TOLD YOU AT THE TIME THAT WAS IN CONFIDENCE!!!”
According to NBC News, the man who received the calls from Kavanaugh was named as a potential witness by Ramirez.
“From the content and all capital letters of the text (the alleged witness) seemed to feel that there was a great deal at stake for Brett if Brett’s fears of exposure ever became public,” Charlton wrote in a letter to the FBI.
The most disturbing part of all this is that the letter was shared on October 4 with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and yet they still chose to go forward with Kavanaugh’s confirmation.