Those who are ardently wishing for “an FBI investigation” on Kavanaugh might end up seeing this whole “Georgetown culture” get blown wide open.
Like what this is about, for instance:
Renate Schroeder Dolphin is a woman who was referenced by name in Brett Kavanaugh’s yearbook, according to a new report by The New York Times.
The term “Renate Alumnius”, which is referenced in Kavanaugh’s yearbook blurb, isn’t the only time Shroeder was mentioned in the yearbook: The New York Times reports that “Renate” or “Renate Alumnius” is mentioned 14 times throughout the yearbook by different classmates of Kavanaugh.
A statement by Kavanaugh’s lawyer read, “Judge Kavanaugh was friends with Renate Dolphin in high school. He admired her very much then, and he admires her to this day. Judge Kavanaugh and Ms. Dolphin attended one high school event together and shared a brief kiss good night following that event,” the statement continued. “They had no other such encounter. The language from Judge Kavanaugh’s high school yearbook refers to the fact that he and Ms. Dolphin attended that one high school event together and nothing else.”
Gag us with a spoon. That must have been a helluva peck. None of these people ever pursued extended relationships with each other, and none of the girls were ever physically attracted to the males?
It was all a guy thing, this aggressive sexual behavior we’re hearing about? The women never initiated or even desired anything on their own? No one was ever what they used to call “wild”?
On Planet Earth? In the late 70s and early 80s?
It gets better. From the NYT:
This month, Renate Schroeder Dolphin joined 64 other women who, saying they knew Judge Kavanaugh during their high school years, signed a letter to the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is weighing Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. The letter stated that “he has behaved honorably and treated women with respect.”
When Ms. Dolphin signed the Sept. 14 letter, she wasn’t aware of the “Renate” yearbook references on the pages of Judge Kavanaugh and his football teammates.
“I learned about these yearbook pages only a few days ago,” Ms. Dolphin said in a statement to The New York Times. “I don’t know what ‘Renate Alumnus’ actually means. I can’t begin to comprehend what goes through the minds of 17-year-old boys who write such things, but the insinuation is horrible, hurtful and simply untrue. I pray their daughters are never treated this way. I will have no further comment.”
Four of the men who were pictured with Judge Kavanaugh in a photo captioned “Renate Alumni” said it was simply a reference to their dating or going to dances with Ms. Dolphin.
So how come she was the only one they cited in the yearbook? Was she the only female girl around?
She didn’t know about that yearbook way back when? Nobody noticed the references in it and then happened to mention them to her?
Bullshit. On that alone she’s full of it. They all are.
Four of the players in the “Renate Alumni” photo — Mr. Davis, Mr. Kane, Tim Gaudette and Don Urgo Jr. — said in a statement that they had “never bragged about” sexual contact or anything like that with Ms. Dolphin. The statement, issued by Jim McCarthy, a public-relations representative, said the yearbook’s “Renate” references “were intended to allude to innocent dates or dance partners and were generally known within the community of people involved for over 35 years.”
“These comments,” the statement continued, “were never controversial and did not impact ongoing relationships until The Times twisted and forced an untrue narrative. This shabby journalism is causing egregious harm to all involved, particularly our friend, and is simply beneath contempt.”
Michael Walsh, another Georgetown Prep alumnus, also listed himself on his personal yearbook page as a “Renate Alumnus.” Alongside some song lyrics, he included a short poem: “You need a date / and it’s getting late / so don’t hesitate / to call Renate.”
She was the only one they “dated”? So prim and proper they all are, too.
We don’t know who’s being more puerile and dishonest about these sanitized versions of past events — the Georgetowners or the news media. This drunken Kavanaugh friend named “Mark” is the only one who sounds like he’s being half-way honest. And he’s clammed up.
Renate Schroeder does sound like the name of a girl who gives great head. So bring on the FBI at your own risk people. Everything’s gonna be found out and everything’s gonna be discredited.
Dems and “liberals” are fooling themselves to think it’s only gonna make Kavanaugh look shady.