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A new report presents credible evidence that one of the women who accused Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of inappropriate behavior at an alleged party in 1983 has a chilling connection to liberal billionaire George Soros.
According to the Shad Olson Show, Deborah Ramirez — who recently claimed that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her college party almost four decades ago — was listed in 2003 as a “Senior Fellow” for the Open Society Initiative, a program founded and operated by Soros.
Here’s a screenshot of the press release from the website archive, which shows Ramirez’s name listed on the Open Society Initiative website:
Reports that Ramirez appears to have been a senior fellow in a Soros-controlled initiative — which would signal that she’s a liberal who likely is against President Donald Trump, who nominated Kavanaugh — comes within days of her divulging to a liberal outlet that she all-of-a-sudden remembers a party she attended over 35 years ago. Especially given that Soros paid protesters were caught protesting Kavanaugh.
On Sunday, the New Yorker published an exclusive piece covering an interview with Ramirez, who claims Kavanaugh exposed himself to her in 1983 during a party while they attended Yale University.
In the piece, which is already falling apart, the outlet notes that Ramirez admits having “significant gaps in her memories” regarding the alleged college party and that she could not remember specific information or the alleged person.
However, after six days of consulting with a Democratic lawyer, Ramirez now believes Kavanaugh was the supposed man who exposed himself to her at the party.
The New Yorker also reports that Ramirez’s best friend said she has “never heard of” the allegations against Kavanaugh. Ramirez claimed that she “became inebriated” and “was on the floor, foggy and slurring her words” during the party in question.
“Ramirez acknowledged that there are significant gaps in her memories of the evening. Her memories contained gaps because she had been drinking at the time of the alleged incident.”
All of the witnesses Ramirez said were present have denied seeing or being aware of what she alleges Kavanaugh did at the party. Buried deep in the article, the New Yorker admits that it “has not confirmed with other eyewitnesses that Kavanaugh was present at the party.”
So, Ramirez hadn’t told anyone — including her best friend, who was at her wedding, along with an invited Kavanaugh — about the allegations from 1983, but happened to remember exactly what happened after meeting with a Democratic lawyer for nearly a week.
Totally normal, right?