WaPo claims Brett Kavanaugh’s prep school needs help with damage control; just one problem

WaPo claims Brett Kavanaugh’s prep school needs help with damage control; just one problem

[Ed. – Why tell the truth when a fake story does so much more to advance your narrative?]

Brett Kavanaugh may now be a sitting Supreme Court Justice … but The Washington Post is still tirelessly digging up dirt on the good judge — and making big mistakes.

On Saturday, WaPo published a piece claiming that Brett Kavanaugh’s former prep school, Georgetown Prep, is hiring a director of alumni relations, ostensibly to help handle the fallout from Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings. Kavanaugh, and his long-time friend Mark Judge, were accused of multiple sexual assaults while students at Georgetown Prep, and in one case, alleged to have run a “gang rape ring” with other Georgetown Prep students.

“The elite Bethesda school, attended by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, posted a job listing this week for a director of alumni relations,” WaPo declared, apparently presuming Georgetown Prep needed help handling its alumni in the wake of the “gang rape” news.

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There was just one problem: Georgetown Prep began its search for an alumni director back in July, before the allegations against Kavanaugh surfaced. And that’s what they told The Washington Post’s reporter … who apparently published the story anyway.

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