NYT Reporters Say Blasey Ford Accusations Still Credible by Citing Witness' Substance Abuse Issues

Embattled New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly have dug themselves in a hole with the release of their book, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation.” But rather than scrambling to get out, they just dig themselves deeper.

With each piece of evidence that calls into question the unfounded accusations against the Supreme Court justice, the reporters have only dug in their heels.

Most recently, during an appearance Sunday on CNN’s ironically-named “Reliable Sources,” the co-authors tried to discredit the testimony of Leland Keyser, a childhood friend of Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford who was in the media spotlight last year. Despite being named by Ford as one of the people at the party where Kavanaugh allegedly sexually assaulted her, Keyser said she did not know Kavanaugh and had no memory of the party or of any attempted sexual misconduct.

You might notice that a common theme in the entire Kavanaugh sexual assault saga is that very few people seem to remember any of it — but that hasn’t deterred Pogrebin and Kelly.

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