Brett Kavanaugh was nominated for the Supreme Court by President Donald Trump, but he almost lost his future seat when Democrats tried to derail him with random sexual misconduct accusations that didn't ever pan out. It was like the whole thing was a Democrat setup, because the accusations on him from 30 years ago just randomly showed up right when Kavanaugh was about to be confirmed into the Supreme Court. The accusers turned out to be flops and wasted everyone's time. So where are they now and why aren't they still harassing Justice Kavanaugh anymore? If their stories were real, then why have the accusers seemingly vanished into thin air?
Christine Blasey Ford
She was the biggest accuser, having her own hearing in which people watched and laughed as she giggled her way through a story that was nearly impossible to believe. Her behavior and tone on while testifying just didn't make sense, neither did much of her story, and her witnesses called her out for being fake.
She's a psychology professor who went through a lie detector test on her own, possibly training herself on how to trick the test. She used funds from a GoFundMe account that raised over $600,000 for "security" as if anyone would actually be interested in causing harm to her. "The account raised $647,610 before it was shuttered to further donations. Any leftover money will be donated to “organizations that support trauma survivors," which are yet to be determined, Ford said. "
She also ended up on Sports Illustrated introducing Rachael Denhollander for the Inspiration of the Year award, making Sports Illustrated become one of the biggest jokes of the year. Even though Denhollander was a hero for accusing perverted doctor Larry Nassar of sexuak assault, no one wanted to see someone like Blasey Ford mixed in with Sports Illustrated. It was a disgrace to real sexual assault victims and a disgusting display of disrespect to anyone who likes sports as well.
She and her lawyer were referred to federal officials for criminal investigation "regarding a potential “conspiracy” to provide false statements to Congress and obstruct its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations levied against Kavanaugh. Swetnick had said in a sworn declaration that she witnessed Kavanaugh and his friend “drink excessively and engage in highly inappropriate conduct, including being overly aggressive with girls and not taking ‘No’ for an answer. This conduct included the fondling and grabbing of girls without their consent."
Kavanaugh denied any claims she made and said that he does not know Swetnick. She was also interviewed and found to be completely non-credible in her demeanor and what she was saying.
She was then dismantled by Chuck Grassley of the Senate Judiciary Committee who stated there was“simply no credible evidence that Ms. Swetnick ever even met or socialized with Judge Kavanaugh,” and that “there is substantial evidence they did not know each other.”
Swetnick had an ex-boyfriend talk about her as well, suggesting that she enjoyed group intercourse with overweight men. She claims that Republicans don't want the truth, but it seems more like she doesn't want anyone to know the truth about her.
She hasn't been seen or heard from since very much since Kavanaugh was confirmed, which suggests she was possibly a fraud pawn setup to take down Kavanaugh, but it didn't work.
She accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct as well, but then she went back to her everyday life in Colorado and that's about it.
Kavanaugh denied her claims as a "smear, plain and simple."
It's reported by the Denver Post that Ramirez has mostly stayed away from any interviews ever since she made the allegations towards Kavanaugh. She also reportedly received a few not so nice messages from people, but other than that, there's not much news on her.
She was referred for criminal investigation based on not being very credible and possible false information. Fox News reported, "Munro-Leighton claimed she wrote an anonymous letter alleging Kavanaugh and a friend “raped her ‘several times each’ in the backseat of a car,” according to Grassley’s office.
“Under questioning by Committee investigators, Ms. Munro-Leighton admitted, contrary to her prior claims, that she had not been sexually assaulted by … Kavanaugh and was not the author of the original ‘Jane Doe’ letter,” Grassley’s office said. She reportedly told the committee she was aware of the anonymous letter sent to Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., but was not the author of it. Grassley’s office also noted Munro-Leighton is a “left-wing activist” from Kentucky who is “decades older” than Kavanaugh."
Another person who was referred for criminal investigation once said Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman on a boat, but he recanted his accusations and looks like he will be dealing with the Justice Department.
Anyone who magically came out of nowhere to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct has faded into the bushes like Homer Simpson. They're basically back to their regular life and not pursuing their accusations anymore because there's a very good chance that all accusations were fake. That's my opinion because it truly seemed to be a character smear by the Democrats who wanted to prevent Trump from giving a non-Democrat another seat on the Supreme Court.
My opinion is that Democrats will try to derail any non-Democrat nominated to the Supreme Court, especially if picked by Trump.