Brett Kavanaugh’s former roommate at Yale just came out of nowhere and released a letter that claims Kavanaugh lied big time about his level of drinking in college.

His name is Jamie Roche and he shared a dorm room with the Supreme Court nominee back in 1983. It was their freshman year at Yale and Roche is claiming that Kavanaugh “drank copious amounts of alcohol, blacked out and threw up the next morning.”

Per the NY Daily News:

“He claimed that he occasionally drank too much but never enough to forget details of the night before, never enough to ‘black out,’” Roche wrote in an essay published by Slate, referring to Kavanaugh’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week. “He did, regularly.”

Technically, this does not matter. Christine Blasey Ford’s story allegedly happened during their high school years, therefore anything happening in college is irrelevant to Ford’s claim.

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What’s next?

Roche also contended Kavanaugh lied when he told senators during his tearful testimony that “Devil’s Triangle” and “Boofing” — phrases included in his high school yearbook entry — were references to a drinking game and farting respectively.

“’Boofing’ and ‘Devil’s Triangle’ are sexual references,” Roche said. “I know this because I heard Brett and his friends using these terms on multiple occasions.”

If this is true, then what do they mean? And again, this is relevant how? Anything that happened after the fact and non-related technically doesn’t matter. It would be helpful if Roche was more clear and detailed in his claim about the two terms. More facts would be helpful to determine if Roche is telling the truth about his wild claim that Kavanaugh lied.

What else is there?

Roche is a friend of Deborah Ramirez, one of the three women publicly accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

Ramirez alleges Kavanaugh exposed himself to her and thrust his penis in her face during a drunken dorm room party at Yale. She has been interviewed by the FBI over those accusations as part of Kavanaugh’s reopened background investigation, according to her attorney.

Kavanaugh, 53, has vehemently denied Ramirez’ allegations and Roche conceded he didn’t know whether


Roche is friends with someone who made an accusation towards Kavanaugh.

I knew there was a catch!

But guess what.

There’s another catch.

She was investigated by the FBI and so far nothing credible, deviant, or harmful to Kavanaugh has come out of it.

Ok, so what now?

Well. Nothing.

That’s it.

This is a former roommate who is friends with someone who made an accusation that went nowhere.

Should we believe Roche, the former Yale roommate?

You can if you want, but on what grounds does his information seem credible?

You know who sounds more credible than Roche? Perhaps the former weatherman who exposed Julie Swetnick for her deviant history with men and character flaws related to her mentality.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to hear about the FBI investigation.

Wednesday is almost over and everyone is waiting anxiosly for the FBI report.

You know what else there is to think about?

The FBI finished an investigation THAT fast.

You know why?

Because after the man went through six background checks, there was just nothing left to find.

What’s funny is that the FBI and Trump aren’t on very good terms right now. You would think that the FBI would take every chance they could get to be a problem for Trump. One way they could do that is to ruin Kavanaugh’s nomination into the Supreme Court. However, they just couldn’t find any substantial evidence to present. Or could they?

My guess is no, because if they did, then I think it would’ve come up ages ago.

I predict the FBI has nothing harmful to add to the story and Kavanaugh makes it to the Supreme Court. I also believe the Democrats will come up with something crazy to prevent Kavanaugh from getting confirmed. I am not sure which one will be victorious, because this is a major battle for power and both sides will go low if they have to.

Our job? Sit back, watch, and support the best person for the job.

What do you think about Roche?

What do you think about the FBI’s investigation into Kavanaugh’s situation?

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