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Oct 03 2018

Richard Blumenthal Is Not One to Throw Stones

While we are scrutinizing the past with a microscope to uncover misdeeds, I know where we can find something far more shocking than the ice cube Brett Kavanaugh allegedly tossed at someone in college. We don’t need to go back nearly as far. Consider one of his inquisitors, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), who recently lectured Kavanaugh on the wickedness of telling so much as a single lie.

“False in one thing, false in everything!” Blumenthal impressively barked in Latin. Speaking of which:

In the 2000s, when Blumenthal served as Connecticut’s attorney general, he began to claim that he served in the Vietnam War. Blumenthal, repeatedly, has touted his experience during the war.


Blumenthal didn’t serve in Vietnam. He reportedly obtained at least five military deferments between 1965 and 1970. He eventually served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, but did not deploy to Vietnam.


During the Kavanaugh hearing, Blumenthal said “the core of why we are here today really is credibility.”

Despite Herculean efforts, no one has been able to produce a serious reason to doubt Kavanaugh’s credibility. But there is plenty reason to doubt the credibility of his tormentors.

A real vet who served in Iraq and Afghanistan responds to Blumenthal:

On a tip from Scott D.

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