An ex-boyfriend of Julie Swetnick went on television to make some startling claims about the Kavanaugh accuser.
It turns out that Michael Avenatti's client is every bit of a floozy as we thought she was. Not that we ever thought she was credible, to begin with. Her name is Julie Swetnick and she made some allegations against Brett Kavanaugh. Many of us think Avenatti put her up to it, but we cannot prove that one way or another. Or perhaps Swetnick put Avenatti up to it, something else we can't prove.
One thing we do know is that her story is about as loopy as a roller coaster and she has quite an interesting past according to her ex-boyfriend, Richard Vinneccy.
Vinneccy was talking with Laura Ingraham and he gave her quite a story that paints Swetnick as a monster who was nearly about to murder someone and abort a child. That's my perception of it, but you can make up your own mind when you watch the video.
Ingraham seems a bit disturbed at what the guy says, so watch it with an open mind and give me your feedback below.
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Richard Vinneccy, the ex-boyfriend of Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick, on breaking up with Swetnick: "At one point she basically said, you will never, ever see your unborn alive and I'm just going to go over there and kill you guys." pic.twitter.com/4KmQJTi6nA— Ryan Saavedra ???????? (@RealSaavedra) October 2, 2018
Richard Vinneccy, the ex-boyfriend of Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick, on breaking up with Swetnick: "At one point she basically said, you will never, ever see your unborn alive and I'm just going to go over there and kill you guys."
If what Vinneccy says is true, then that's fairly messed up. How could anyone talk like that with a normal mindset? That's just not acceptable. She may have been upset over the breakup, but come on, you can't threaten to take someone's life, let alone an unborn child. Even though thousands of women abort children on a daily basis, that doesn't mean you should threaten it or do it. (I know, it's their choice, not mine, but that doesn't mean I agree with it).
If you thought Avenatti was done there, then think again.
He's grandstanding on Twitter acting like he and his client have something to offer, but I don't think they have anything at all.
In fact, I bet they're both just trying to make a few bucks and get on television.
Avenatti seems like one of those "all about me" and "fake it till ya make it" kinda guys.
I don't know about him and Swetnick, but I can tell you this - I don't trust them.