It hasn’t gotten nearly as much attention as it deserves, especially in light of recent developments.  I am therefore reproducing some excerpts from Brett Kavanaugh’s August 1998 memo to his boss, Kenneth Starr, suggesting questions to be posed to Bill Clinton about his doings with Monica Lewinsky. Starr prudently didn’t follow his underling’s suggestion. Kavanaugh’s prurient curiosity surely says something about him. I’ll leave it to others to ponder what that something might be.

…I suggest at least some questions along the following lines (I leave the best phrasing to others):

…If Monica Lewinsky says that you inserted a cigar into her vagina while you were in the Oval Office, would she be lying?

… If Monica Lewinsky says that on several occasions in the Oval Office area, you used your fingers to stimulate her vagina and bring her to orgasm, would she be lying?

… If Monica Lewinsky says that you ejaculated into her mouth on two occasions in the Oval Office area, would she be lying?

    If Monica Lewinsky says that on several occasions you had her give her oral sex [sic?], made her stop, and then ejaculated into the sink in the bathroom of the Oval Office, would she be lying?

    If Monica Lewinsky says that you masturbated into a trashcan in your secretary’s office, would she be lying?

2 comments

  1. Jeffrey Herrmann September 23, 2018 at 5:39 pm

    It apparently drives Kavanaugh a bit crazy to think of Bill Clinton having sex — especially sex which does not entail the possibility of conception, as his Church also condemns.
    Good Heavens! They even abjured the missionary position!
    It apparently also drives him a bit crazy to think the other Clinton had sex outside of their marriage. As Sean Wilentz reported in the Times:
    Mr. Kavanaugh apparently took a special interest in Hillary Clinton’s bruited affair with [Vince] Foster, a popular rumor in the fever swamps of the right. As he reported, his investigators “asked numerous people about it,” before he decided to ask Mrs. Clinton herself.
    But at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings this week I am sure Kavanaugh will remember the Ninth Commandment: “Thou shallt not bear false witness against thy neighbor, unless necessary to secure a plum judicial appointment.“
    If he has forgotten it, Justice Thomas will doubtless remind him.

  2. Jeffrey Herrmann September 25, 2018 at 1:03 pm

    Perhaps this sheds some light on the man’s obsession with other people’s sex life.

    MS. MacCALLUM: Never had sexual intercourse with anyone in high school?

    JUDGE KAVANAUGH: Correct.

    MS. MacCALLUM: And through what years in college since we’re probing into your personally life here?

    JUDGE KAVANAUGH: Many years after. I’ll leave it at that.
    (Interview on FOX News)

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