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It appears that an unfolding GOP strategy in the Kavanaugh Kase is to blame by name a specific guy who looks much like Kavanaugh. Rather than use his name at present, I will call him, uh, … Haven Monahan Sr.

That would let the GOP sort of get around the problem of Not Believing the Woman in the #MeToo Era, while also getting Kavanaugh off.

But, uh, aren’t there potential downsides to dragging Haven Monahan’s name into this? Has the statute of limitations run out in Maryland? Doesn’t this give Haven much motivation to dish dirt on his old buddy Brett? Or is Haven all set and onboard with this strategy?

(But perhaps Democrats will go for this idea of a multigenerational Monahan family nefariously causing all the scandals: It’s in the tainted Monahan blood. Look at who is trying to take down the saintly Keith Ellison!)

In late breaking news, another suspect has been identified: George Glass. If you spot Mr. Glass, please notify Senator Diane Feinstein immediately.

Perhaps not coincidentally, George Glass is the older brother of Stephen Glass, who mentored Sabrina Rubin Erdely at the U. of Pennsylvania student newspaper before enjoying a spectacular career at The New Republic in the 1990s.

If you don’t believe me, just ask the Glass Brothers: they’ll tell you.

 
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  1. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

  2. Gunner says:

    I thought Haven Monahan was an entity like Pennywise the Clown. Existing since ancient times but constantly updating his appearance.

  3. Anonymous[370] • Disclaimer says:

    A trivial personal thought: I don't spend a lot of time with wealthy and/or powerful people, but it does happen occasionally given my line of work. And from now on I'll always wonder how many of the well-spoken men around the table are monsters in their personal lives— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) September 20, 2018

    Krugman the Nobel Laureate economist, former Princeton professor and Manhattan resident only “occasionally” spends time with “wealthy and/or powerful people”. A true man of the people.

  4. Ibound1 says:

    And the two witnesses? What fraternity were they?
    Omega Theta Pi at Faber College no doubt.

  5. We need to do the right thing and haul Mr. Kavanaugh into juvenile court for a trial. Are his parents still alive? They might be required to be present.

  6. MEH 0910 says:

    It’s laid out in this Ed Whelan twitter thread:

  7. Lot says:

    I purchased my Kav not confirmed by Oct 31 shares for .40, sold most for .6, then got back in at .25. So I’m playing with house money now! They are back up to .37.

    Chrissy says she wants to testify next week but not Monday. Looks like she’s going for delay hoping more dirt will emerge. So far we just have Tiger Mom’s husband supposedly telling someone applying for a Kav clerkship that he likes to hire hotties (but doesn’t everyone?) so dress “outgoing” for the interview.

    I think the Kav-Fail shares will spike when she accepts a committee date and again once she starts her tearful testimony.

    Just learned that Sen Collins got married late in life to the guy who hired her at age 21 for an internship (they looked about 55 and 65 in the wedding pic).

    My review of Kav’s former clerks does suggest something suspicious.

  8. Anonymous[322] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve, it might be hard for you to empathize with, but fathers with daughters are not comfortable with the idea of their high school age daughters getting DP’d by aggressive high school boys taking advantage of them. Even if the circumstances of this particular incident are suspect and ridiculous, it’s not a laughing matter in general.

    • Troll: Lowe
  9. To be fair, Kavanaugh is so bland looking, he could be mistaken for a wall. The mistaken identity argument has some merit…

    …no, it doesn’t. The bitch is lying, just like Anita Hill.

  10. Thomas says:

    This is always the most basic defense in any criminal case, the so-called “SODDI” defense: “Some Other Dude Did It.” In a criminal trial, the defendant gets the advantage that he doesn’t have to prove anything, he only has to raise a reasonable doubt, so it’s not necessary to actually find the “Other Dude.”

    This isn’t a criminal trial where anything has to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, but I still don’t think that Kavanaugh, or his defenders, or Republicans in general, actually need to hunt down a specific Haven Monahan to take the fall necessarily. Point out that after 35 years, and maybe under a haze of however much the accuser may have been partying in the summer of 1982 or how much she’d had to drink that day, anybody could be “Haven Monahan.”

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  11. Lot says:

    Whelan is pretty credible.

  12. Is This the Demo Strategy: Accuse Kavanaugh of Pedophilia?

    http://time.com/5401624/brett-kavanaugh-confirmation/

    Since the day of his nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Kavanaugh had portrayed himself as a champion of women. Introducing himself to the nation, he emphasized the women he cherished, saying his mother, a judge, was his ultimate role model, talking about his daughters and the “majority” of female law clerks he’d hired. Members of the girls’ basketball teams he’s coached sat in the front rows behind him at his Senate confirmation hearing. Earlier, he had recited the names of his daughter’s teammates: “Anna, Quinn, Kelsey, Ceane, Chloe, Alex, Ava, Sophia and Margaret,” he said. “I love helping the girls grow into confident players.”

    ….

    Just when the end seemed in sight–his confirmation vote less than a week away after a hearing that had turned up no more than the usual partisan angst–Christine Blasey Ford, a California college professor, decided to put her name to a devastating accusation, charging that, some 36 years prior, when they were both in high school, Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her.

    It was a hazy accusation: hesitantly lodged, short on detail and curiously timed. But Ford’s charge shattered Kavanaugh’s carefully crafted tableau, calling into doubt the image he projected. The row of young girls, legs bare in their private-school skirts, looked different

    • Replies: @El Dato
  13. Well, I certainly feel sorry for Mr. Monahan, who will get 1000X more hate going his way than he deserves.

    On the other hand, the argument for mistaken identity as I’ve seen it laid out on twitter looks pretty compelling. It will be interesting to see how the Blasey team responds.

    In general, a lot of things make sense under the assumption of this story.

    Still, I have no doubt that Blasey exaggerated the details, interpreted everything that did go on in the worst possible way, and certainly grossly exaggerated how much effect it had on her over the years. I just don’t believe a woman of 51 is actually traumatized by having been groped when she was 15, unless she is already far gone.

    • Replies: @Lot
  14. This is an accidental duplicate, but has fewer errors than the original

    Is This the Demo Strategy: Accuse Kavanaugh of Pedophilia?

    http://time.com/5401624/brett-kavanaugh-confirmation/

    Since the day of his nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Kavanaugh had portrayed himself as a champion of women. Introducing himself to the nation, he emphasized the women he cherished, saying his mother, a judge, was his ultimate role model, talking about his daughters and the “majority” of female law clerks he’d hired. Members of the girls’ basketball teams he’s coached sat in the front rows behind him at his Senate confirmation hearing. Earlier, he had recited the names of his daughter’s teammates: “Anna, Quinn, Kelsey, Ceane, Chloe, Alex, Ava, Sophia and Margaret,” he said. “I love helping the girls grow into confident players.”

    ….

    Just when the end seemed in sight–his confirmation vote less than a week away after a hearing that had turned up no more than the usual partisan angst–Christine Blasey Ford, a California college professor, decided to put her name to a devastating accusation, charging that, some 36 years prior, when they were both in high school, Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her.

    It was a hazy accusation: hesitantly lodged, short on detail and curiously timed. But Ford’s charge shattered Kavanaugh’s carefully crafted tableau, calling into doubt the image he projected. The row of young girls, legs bare in their private-school skirts, looked different now.

  15. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Lot

    Whelan also provides photographic evidence:

    I’d bet there’s thirty other boys in the same yearbook who could pretty much join this pair with the awful Early 80s Anchorman haircut; shuffle the photos and nobody could sort them out.

    • Replies: @Lot
  16. Since Leftists always project, that got me thinking….

    …maybe Christine is the one who connived to be alone with Brett because she was infatuated with him…

    …maybe things were arcing towards the fulfillment of Christine’s nubile teen fantasies when….

    …in TRUE BRO fashion a wild, drunken Mark Judge suddenly appeared in the room with the sole purpose of saving his boy Brett K. from disgracing himself with a chubby, horse-faced shrew…

    Well, it worked out for the first 35 (or is it 36?) years or so…

  17. @Anonymous

    Then maybe responsible fathers should tell their daughters not to go to places where these things might happen. And thanks for bringing up DP; nobody mentioned it before.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  18. @Lot

    • Replies: @Lot
  19. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

  20. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Did you see the blog post I linked to in another thread, with photos from Ford’s yearbook that her parents effectively signed off on?
    I went to a rich kid high school (but not as elite as the ones concerned). There are two kinds of rich kid parents: the hands-on strict ones, whose kids will almost certainly turn out fine and go on to an excellent career, and the parents who want to maintain appearances but not hear about or have to pay for any trouble, whose kids manage to get somebody else’s car in the lake without having started the motor.
    This was from Ford’s actual yearbook and it’s about the most tame thing in this set:

  21. tyrone says:

    Funny(or not ) there was a class -mate that looked a lot like Kav ,Chris Garret .closer than hilary’s double.

  22. Lot says:
    @J.Ross

    Their faces are almost the same too. Just look at the adult pics of them. He could be his Saddam type permanent double.

    Btw your 4chan pics never show up for me, just a tiny box and a capcha page if you click on it. Suggest you upload them to imgur first and link to that. No registration is needed on imgur and it takes 5 seconds.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  23. Lot says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    Charles you have a good eye for identifying pouty-lipped blondes.

    • Agree: Charles Pewitt
  24. Will we be going back 35 years for incidents involving adults? That hold the “right positions?

  25. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Lot

    Images are hit and miss here (4chan images used to never show up, now some work). In that event it should be possible to open the url as its own tab or go there. Blog spot used to be iffy (and is still forbidden on 4chan) because it was a favorite platform for bots and scammers. Twitter lately has been misbehaving, things will disappear or it will just take too long to find the right thing.

    • Replies: @Lot
  26. @MEH 0910

    Absolutely moronic. How out of touch are GOP insiders anyway? This wasn’t necessary at all. Ford was tanking herself just fine. I really hope they have something else, because they shifted the goalposts to proving the assault 100% impossible when they promised it.

  27. Lot says:
    @candid_observer

    Whelan’s tweet notes Chrissy said the stairwell was short, but Haven Sr.’s staircase looks pretty big.

    In general the house layout points could probably be made just as well with 75% of the homes in the area. My childhood home too. How many houses with a second floor don’t have a bedroom and bathroom both near the top of the stairs?

    Also, the idea that rich teens would have trouble going 3.5 miles to be at a house without adults is really weak.

    If Ed has to pay a $500,000 defamation settlement as a result of this, I am sure the Chamber of Commerce litigation fund will make it up to him.

    • Replies: @candid_observer
  28. Anonymous[357] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Don Bob

    What is DP?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  29. Luke Lea says:
    @MEH 0910

    “It’s laid out in this Ed Whelan twitter thread:”
    Here is the link: https://twitter.com/EdWhelanEPPC/status/1042893987747713024

    Pretty persuasive.

  30. Goatweed says:

    Is “Haven Monahan” in the public domain, or does it belong to its creator?

    I was thinking about using it for a line of topsiders in my van Voorhees VIII shoe collection.

  31. @Lot

    How’d that work out for Clarence Thomas?

    Yes, he got confirmed, as I expect Kavanaugh will be, but the media still slander him as a sexual predator despite the absence of any evidence.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
  32. @MEH 0910

    I admire Mr. Whelan’s thorough and detailed effort…

    …but it is way too spergy and is just as likely to turn normies off to his argument.

    Heck, the sheer volume of information in that thread will make the average normie’s eyes glaze over after two or three tweets.

  33. @Lot

    The point behind the distances was how far away they all were from the Country Club in question, which, according to Ford’s account, was quite near the house where it all took place. This house was only .5 miles away from that Country Club.

    The point is, if indeed it was “Monahan’s” house, then it would be extraoardinary if he wasn’t himself present. If so, it is he, and not Kavanaugh, who would be the 4th other person at the party (the other males are accounted for).

    Whelan also alludes to the testimony of the other males present, who appear, quite pointedly, merely to say that Kavanaugh was not present at such a party — not that such a party never occurred. My guess is that Kavanaugh’s lawyers have more direct testimony from them on when and where and with whom this party took place, and we will probably be hearing about this soon.

    • Replies: @candid_observer
  34. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Displaced Person, a brilliant short story by Kurt Vonnegut, turned into a compelling short film in the 70s. Seriously, check it out (don’t use the abbreviation).

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
  35. @J.Ross

    Yeah….yearbook pictures of booze bottles are way, way beyond normal. Would not have even been considered for publication, and the photographer + accomplices would have been severely disciplined.

    We had teen drinking growing up in Main Street USA, but it was kept fairly quiet out in the woods and generally limited to the “cool” kids who looked old enough to buy booze.

    Occasionally those sessions were busted up by the local sheriff.

    I was not a “cool” kid so I had to resort to the time-honored method of raiding my parents’ underutilized liquor cabinet when I began my boozing career at 15.

  36. @Anthony Wayne

    This wasn’t necessary at all. Ford was tanking herself just fine.

    Yeah…that’s the other huge problem with Whelan’s tweets…by filling in all those details he’s telling Ford’s story for her and shoring up her credibility….

    …just watch her suddenly “remember” a bunch of very similar details early next week and rush in to testify before Congress.

    • Agree: MEH 0910
  37. @Anthony Wayne

    It’d be a self-own of incredible proportions if the Republicans mention this other guy’s name at all.

    I give it even odds of happening.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  38. @candid_observer

    It is probably fair to say in general about Whelan’s argument that it makes the case for mistaken identity very strong, even if, in principle, it may be that it wasn’t actually “Monahan”. If other males at the school also looked very much like Kavanaugh, and also lived near the Country Club, also lived in a similar house, etc., then that makes the case for mistaken identity stronger, not weaker.

    The downside of being vague about the details of an accusation is that a lot of people might fit into those details.

    It will, though, be interesting to see if the other side can poke holes in the argument.

    • Replies: @Carbon blob
    , @Steve Sailer
  39. ic1000 says:
    @Lot

    Here are pics and biosketches of the other 32 lawyers who clerked with Judge Kavanaugh.

    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
  40. @candid_observer

    The counter to this is will not be anything other than ‘OMG Kavanaugh is such a trashbag that he’s willing to throw former schoolmates under the bus’ (regardless of the degree of precision attached to the individual or how much Kavanaugh himself indulges this argument, which I don’t expect he will at all).

  41. @candid_observer

    But doesn’t it give the guy who was named by Whelan an incentive to spill any dirt he knows about Kavanaugh?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @candid_observer
  42. @Carbon blob

    Whelan already did mention the doppelganger’s name.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    , @Percy Gryce
  43. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910

  44. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Steve Sailer

    It would be nice if we were allowed to just call out the lying as lying but apparently that’s not allowed. What dirt is the other guy going to spill? Kavanaugh buys used golf balls? As with Russian hackers and catgrabbing, there’s nothing here.

  45. When I read Whelan’s thread, my immediate reaction was disgust. How typically republican, how typically Nat Review. They don’t have the nerve to stand up and call this a fraud, so they find a frat boy from the era to lay it off on. Tim

    • Replies: @anonymous
  46. @Lot

    When I worked at a NY ad agency, all the producers were very attractive young women. This was pleasant for the creatives, as when we shot a commercial we’d be traveling with them for a week or two. I asked one of them why the male head of production only hired women and she said, “He thinks they’re more attentive to detail.”

    I asked, “And are really attractive women even more attentive to detail?”

    • Replies: @anonymous
  47. @Celt darnell

    Maybe the disgusting way he was treated by the left has kept Clarence Thomas from evolving into a Justice for whom Washington insiders would have “a strange new respect.”

  48. MEH 0910 says:

  49. Mr. Anon says:

    Maybe the disgusting way he was treated by the left has kept Clarence Thomas from evolving into a Justice for whom Washington insiders would have “a strange new respect.”

    I was thinking the same thing. One thing in Gorsuch’s favor (in my view) was the fact that his mother, as Reagan’s EPA director, had been the object of the left’s hatred. Perhaps Kavanaugh will be similarly innoculated against the desire to gain the respect of people who obviously despise him – not only for what he believes, but for who he is.

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
  50. Mr. Anon says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Whelan already did mention the doppelganger’s name.

    You know, Rich Lowry kind of looks like Brett Kavanaugh……………..

  51. @Steve Sailer

    Yeah, probably so.

    No approach is perfect.

  52. dvorak says:
    @Anonymous

    fathers with daughters are not comfortable

    Fathers who send daughters to co-ed parties or sleep-away college … well you’re just negotiating the degradation and degeneration that you can stomach to think about vs. what is actually happening … so I’ll leave you to your own devices. Just don’t try to shame other men about absolutely anything, you ‘conservative’ fool and confirmed Boomer.

    • LOL: L Woods
    • Replies: @L Woods
  53. @Steve Sailer

    I thought the doppelganger must be dead for Whelan to make this public accusation.

  54. Dan Hayes says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Mr Anon,

    I believe that you have nailed it:

    The modus operandi of Thomas, Gorsuch and (hopefully) Kavanaugh: DON’T GET MAD, GET EVEN!

  55. anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tim of the North

    When I read Whelan’s thread, my immediate reaction was disgust. How typically republican, how typically Nat Review. They don’t have the nerve to stand up and call this a fraud, so they find a frat boy from the era to lay it off on. Tim

    Couldn’t agree more–it sounds nauseating.
    I say ‘sounds’ because I didn’t actually read it.

  56. anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Are we permitted to place bids on the clerks? Is that how it’s done nowadays?

  57. anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harry Baldwin

    And she responded, “Don’t ask me, I was hired for my looks.”

  58. Lot says:
    @J.Ross

    Clicking on it sends me to a captcha

    • Replies: @jim jones
  59. @Anonymous

    Steve, it might be hard for you to empathize with, but fathers with daughters are not comfortable with the idea of their high school age daughters …

    are drunken slutty party girls

    On Monday Sept. 17th, Christine Blasey Ford’s high school yearbooks suddenly disappeared from the web

    In the image below, Blasey is pictured at a Halloween party in her junior year. The caption on the right says:

    “Lastly one cannot fail to mention the climax of the junior social scene, the party. Striving to extend our educational experience beyond the confines of the classroom, we played such intellectually stimulating games as Quarters, Mexican Dice and everyone’s favorite, Pass-Out, which usually resulted from the aforementioned two.”

    [MORE]

    10th grade seems to have been a ritual initiation into the “Holton party scene”. Another sophomore girl threw multiple all night benders, the highlight of which featured a male erotic dancer in gold g-string:

  60. @Hippopotamusdrome

    Famous economists can make a whole lot of money in various ways. Krugman presumably can make big money if he feels like it on the public speaking circuit or the consulting biz. I can recall overhearing two UCLA B-School professors in 1980 talking and the punchline to one prof’s anecdote was “And he offered me … one thousand dollars per day!” and they both just about expired laughing at how little money that was (38 years ago).

    If Krugman passes that up, he may well feel that he’s being ascetic scraping by in NYC on his teaching and columnist salaries.

    Personally, my impression of Krugman is that he’s kind of a Long Island mook, kind of the opposite of, say, Pinker as an urbane fellow. I sort of like that about Krugman: his level of cultural sophistication is well below his IQ. He’s kind of like an ill-tempered Feynman. It would be great if Krugman had Feynman’s lovable personality, but he is what he is.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  61. El Dato says:
    @Anonymous

    The last remnants of the old republic have been swept away. Fear will keep the system together.

    This is the time in history where “professors” have to obey the dictate of the twitter proletariat.

    Otherwise, gulag, professor!

  62. El Dato says:
    @MEH 0910

    That’s not helping.

    Stuff’s really bizarre like a Hollywood movie when “OMG Just ten minutes left, quick wrap it up!”

    It mainly supports my private theory that the audiovisual hammering by bullshit has burnt out people’s faculty at reasoning and metareasoning.

  63. El Dato says:
    @New Dealer

    a devastating accusation, charging that, some 36 years prior

    The devastation was Stalingrad level.

    The row of young girls, legs bare in their private-school skirts, looked different

    Yes, that’s suspicious. We need to get deeper into this later.

    Says Beria to no-one in particular.

  64. Realist says:

    That would let the GOP sort of get around the problem of Not Believing the Woman in the #MeToo Era, while also getting Kavanaugh off

    .

    A nutless approach for sure…..a mandatory Republican maneuver.

  65. Travis says:

    Even if this fellow Georgetown Prep student admits to groping Blasey , the Democrats will oppose Kavanaugh and the media will continue to promote the Blasey Ford propaganda against Kavanaugh. The Democrats still control the press and will continue to attack Kavanaugh

    • Agree: NickG
  66. The Z Blog says: • Website

    According to new reports, Senator Diane Feinstein is releasing a pic of the perpetrator given to her by Christine Blasey Ford. This is the man who ravaged her.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
  67. L Woods says:
    @dvorak

    “Confirmed boomer.” Lmao.

  68. @ic1000

    Confirmation that American lawyers are uber ugly!

  69. jim jones says:
    @Lot

    This is the image:

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  70. MEH 0910 says:
    @Lot

  71. MEH 0910 says:

  72. MEH 0910 says:

  73. J.Ross says: • Website
    @jim jones

    Thanks, I should’ve taken it directly from Twitter, but have had trouble with them lately.

  74. @J.Ross

    Run of the mill East Coast ethnic, typically Italian.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Desiderius
  75. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Steve Sailer

    Have you seen Mean Streets?

  76. @Steve Sailer

    Not recommended for campaign management.

  77. @J.Ross

    I must disagree.

    The general attitude about teens and alcohol in the late 1970′s was much more care-free than a decade later. I, too, went to an upper-middle class high school, and I remember seeing a student-produced comedy sketch in the spring of 1978, at the end of which two seniors ran across the stage holding and swigging open beers. (Stroh’s).

    The principal and the vice-principal were in the audience, laughing with the rest of us.

    Michigan had raised the drinking age from 18 to 21 in November of 1976, and for a few years in the late ’70′s, there was a whole cohort of kids who had been able to drink legally, then could not for a few years, but did so anyway.

    And most people seemed fine with that, then.

    Today, if a kid got within 500 feet of a high school with a beer, the Feds would be called in.

  78. MEH 0910 says:
    @Anonymous

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