Embattled Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh has said some things in his defense ahead of the testimony and alleged bombshell revelations on his horizon. Not the least important of his statements is that during the times of the alleged sexual misconduct, he was still a virgin.
“I did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter, and the girls from the schools I went to and I were friends,” Kavanaugh told The Story host Martha MacCallum in the pre-taped interview.
“That’s correct,” Kavanaugh answered.
“Correct,” Kavanaugh responded.
“Many years after,” he said. “I’ll leave it at that. Many years after.”
Being a virgin does not necessarily mean he could not have committed the sexual assaults he’s accused of since none of them involved intercourse, but they go against the narrative being painted by his accusers, Democrats, and mainstream media that he was a sexual predator in his youth.
In this first interview since being accused of sexual abuse, Kavanaugh came off sincere. He repeated that all he wants is a fair process. Chances are slim that he’ll get that with the Democrats and mainstream media driving the narrative.