On Tuesday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak shared a peculiar story that has surfaced involving woman's memory of an encounter that she reportedly had with Brett Kavanaugh 20 years ago.
A woman, Judi Hershman, told Slate Magazine her personal account of an incident that happened in 1990, involving Brett Kavanaugh. Hershman, a single mother of two at that time, recalled living in Virginia where she worked as a Republican fundraiser. While doing charity work, Hershman met Ken Starr, a prominent lawyer in Washington, D.C., and Merrie Spaeth, the head of a Dallas-based communication firm.
Hershman was eventually hired by Spaeth to run her office in Washington, D.C., where they were tasked with prepping Starr to introduce his deposition of what happened between former President Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky before the United States Congress.
During that time, Hershman participated in many team meetings with Starr's team, which included 33-year-old Brett Kavanaugh, who was one of Starr's lead lawyers.
One particular day, Hershman claims that Brett Kavanaugh — in a state of anger — entered the conference room where she was alone and gathering materials and documents left behind after the meeting.
According to Hershman, the conversation went like this:
Him (very angry): You are going to tell me exactly who you are and why you are here.
Me: I am here at the invitation of Judge Starr, and he shared with the group who I am and why I’m here.
Him (pointing a finger in my face, I can feel his breath): No. I’m telling you—
Me (defiant stance): And I’m telling you to go talk to Judge Starr.
If you were expecting some shocking revelation that would completely destroy Kavanaugh's future, you were mistaken. Hershman's accusation is that Kavanaugh was mean to her that one day.
"I know it sounds like a strange, ultimately meaningless conversation. But it's not the exchange that sticks with me, it's how he made me feel," Hershman said.
Hershman recalled Starr's shock to hear that Kavanaugh would behave the way she described and that he told her that he would speak with Kavanaugh on the matter.
Hershman noted that Starr also mentioned to her that Kavanaugh's career was "going places."
“Not if he treats women like that, he won’t,” Hershman replied.
After watching Kavanaugh go through the confirmation process, Hershman was compelled to share her story with the masses, saying, "There’s a lot I’ve let slide in my life, but I will not let this one go."
Slate reached out to Kavanaugh, who declined to comment on the story.
What did Pat have to say?
"So, she was nearly waterboarded," Pat joked.
Pat asserted that most people have raised their voice at a co-worker, making this story embarrassing and ridiculous.
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