Third Kavanaugh Accuser Sued by Former Employer for Sexually Harassing Two Male Colleagues

Third Kavanaugh Accuser Sued by Former Employer for Sexually Harassing Two Male Colleagues, by Rick Moran.

Noted porn lawyer and Democratic Party presidential candidate Michael Avenatti is representing Julie Swetnick, the third woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Avenatti made a huge deal of bringing Swetnick forward to tell her story of being gang raped in college while Kavanaugh was present.

But Avenatti and Swetnick failed to mention a small detail of her past. She was sued by her former employer, WebTrends out of Seattle, for engaging in “unwelcome, sexually offensive conduct” toward two male co-workers. They also sued Swetnick for defamation after she accused the same co-workers of sexual harassment and then withdrew the accusation. …

Of course, this doesn’t make any other sexual misconduct claims against Kavanaugh less likely to be true. But it does point to the fallacy of believing every woman who comes forward with a story of sexual harassment or assault without any evidence or corroboration, which is exactly what Democrats and the #MeToo movement demand. …

The Salem witch trials were models of judicial excellence compared to what’s being perpetrated in Washington.