Before Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, he had a lot of debt. But by the time Trump nominated him to the high court in July 2018, those debts had vanished.
He violates every one of my rules — huge debt, buying a house he can’t afford, borrowing against 401k, buying tickets and country club fees that he can’t afford —not what a Supreme Court justice should be doing
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The Many Mysteries of Brett Kavanaugh’s Finances – Mother Jones - 05/18 In May 2017, he reported owing between $60,004 & $200,000 on 3 credit cards & a loan against his retirement account. By the time Trump nominated him in July 2018, the debts vanished!
Who made the down payment on his house? How did he come up with $92,000 in country club fees? There's a lot we don't know about Brett Kavanaugh's sketchy finances.
Republicans are much more curious about who paid for Ford's polygraph than they are about who paid off Kavanaugh's hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. #KavanaughHearings
Putting aside everything else for a moment, Kavanaugh's murky financials are major, major red flags. Dark money. Unexplained debt payments. There is very clearly a concerted, monied effort running in the background.
There's a lot we don't know about Brett Kavanaugh's sketchy finances. Before Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, he had a lot of debt. But by the time Trump nominated him to the high court in July 2018, those debts had vanished.
There's a lot we don't know about Brett Kavanaugh's sketchy finances—this story by deserves much more attention than it has received
Did we ever find out who paid off KavaNO's debts and why Justice Kennedy suddenly resigned?
I've had clients denied #securityclearances for minimal debt and reasonable (though high) student loans that were being timely, monthly paid. Yet #Kavanaugh's finances are still mysterious and unexplained.
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