Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is not a "serial rapist," and anyone who claims this is lying, Sen. Lindsey Graham, who as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee will hear testimony from the federal judge and Christine Blasey Ford, one of the women who has accused him of sexual assault, said Thursday.
"If you are a serial rapist in high school it sticks with you the rest of your life," the South Carolina Republican told Fox News' "Fox & Friends."
"Everyone who knew him and in school said this is ridiculous. He is a good man. I give this a zero credibility."
Graham had particular scorn for the latest claims against Kavanaugh from Michael Avanatti client Julie Swetnick, who said she was gang-raped at a 1980s high school party the judge attended, and that she'd been at parties where other rapes had occurred.
"She wants me to believe Brett Kavanaugh, when he was a sophomore, junior, maybe early in his senior year in high school orchestrated mass rapes," said Graham. "She went to not one party where this happens, but 10 parties, never told anybody about it. Why would you go back to the second party if the first experience were women being drugged and raped?"
Kavanaugh has said he does not know who Swetnick is, and Graham said he believes him on this and his denials over Ford.
"I don't how anybody could look at the entire life of Brett Kavanaugh and destroy it based on an allegation 35-years-old that is not specific to time, place and has no corroboration," said Graham.
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