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Perjury Update

An update:

The “Kavanaugh said he didn’t drink to excess!” perjury claim was never remotely credible to anyone who can read English or who has watched Kavanaugh answer questions throughout this process.

The “text messages!” perjury claim has fallen apart.

The “boof” perjury claim has fallen apart.

The “FFFFF” perjury claim has fallen apart.

The “Devil’s Triangle” perjury claim has fallen apart.

What a disaster our media is.

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