BOMBSHELL: Kavanaugh Has Evidence That Casts Doubts On Accuser's Claim, Report Says

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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reportedly has calendars from 1982 which show that he was out of town for much of the summer when his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, claims that a party happened where Kavanaugh acted in an inappropriate manner towards her.

The calendars reportedly show that Kavanaugh was frequently out of town with his parents on vacation and, when he was home, was occupied with multiple planned sports activities that he participated in, The New York Times reported.

The Times notes that while Ford doesn't remember when the party happened, she believes it took place in the summer of 1982 when she was 15.

The calendars include "his basketball games, movie outings, football workouts and college interviews" and several parties that "include names of friends other than those identified by Dr. Blasey."

Kavanaugh's team reportedly plans to argue to the Senate Judiciary Committee that the calendars do not corroborate Ford's account of what happened based on the simple fact that he was not in town often that summer and when he was in town he focused on sports and academic activities as he prepared for college.

This newest development comes after all four people who Ford claims were at the party have come out and either said they do not remember the party or have denied it.

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