NYT Smears Kavanaugh with Sexual Misconduct Allegations Then Issues Correction

Over the weekend, The New York Times published a story of alleged sexual misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

The New York Times reported an unnamed woman was allegedly sexually harassed during college when Kavanaugh exposed himself according to his classmate Max Stier.

After much media hype over the sexual misconduct allegations, the Times editor issued a correction today at the bottom of the original piece.

Not only did the unnamed woman cited in the alleged sexual misconduct incident not speak with The New York Times but her friends say she does not recall this incident occurred.

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President Trump defended Kavanaugh when the allegations surfaced, saying he should sue for libel.

President Trump also noted the unnamed woman didn’t recall the incident.

Immediately following the release of the Kavanaugh hit piece, nearly all of the Democrat presidential candidates referenced the story and demanded the impeachment of Kavanaugh.

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren said Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court “nomination was rammed through.”

California Senator Kamala Harris said Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation was “a sham process.”

Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro said, “Kavanaugh lied under oath” during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

The anti-Trump media and Democrat presidential candidates continue to attack, smear and discredit anyone associated with President Trump and unfortunately, no one is held accountable for their shameful actions.