March 28, 2024

New Details Revealed in Effort to Destroy Justice Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Nomination

Journalist Mark Judge, a close friend of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, has accused Democrats of coercing and blackmailing him into supporting Christine Blasey Ford's sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh.

In a televised interview with Martha MacCallum on Fox Nation, Judge revealed that Democrat operatives delved into his history of alcoholism, documented in his 1997 book "Wasted: Tales of a Gen X Drunk," in an attempt to manipulate him.

They aimed to involve him to undermine Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.

Judge claimed that he was pressured by operatives and allies to alter his testimony and corroborate Ford's account, with promises of being hailed as a hero. He also disclosed receiving threats and extortion attempts, including a menacing voicemail received on his birthday in 2018.

“They thought, ‘Okay, if we can get Mark Judge involved in this, we can sink Kavanaugh. But we have to get Mark Judge involved in this,'” Judge told MacCallum.

“And they thought it would be easy,” continued Judge. “They thought, ‘Okay, this is an easy hit. We will get Judge involved. We will get him down there in front of the committee. He’s a recovering alcoholic. He’s got a past we can comb through for days and this will completely implode Kavanaugh.'”

Due to concerns about how his struggles with alcoholism would be exploited to discredit him, Judge chose not to testify. He also revealed experiencing thoughts of suicide, expressing the profound impact on his mental health.

Despite the recent acclaim for Ford's memoir, "One Way Back: A Memoir," media coverage has largely overlooked Judge's own narrative in his 2022 memoir, "The Devil’s Triangle."

In his book, Judge detailed the alleged witness tampering and extortion tactics employed by Democrat operatives during Kavanaugh's confirmation process.

The controversy surrounding Kavanaugh's confirmation escalated when Ford accused him of sexual assault in September 2018.

Ford's allegations lacked specific details and were not corroborated by witnesses, including Judge and Ford's childhood friend, Leland Ingraham Keyser. Despite the intense scrutiny and protests, Kavanaugh was ultimately confirmed to the Supreme Court.

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