Is The Left Going To Try To Use Brett Kavanaugh’s Old Credit Card Debts To Derail His Nomination To The Supreme Court?

Is The Left Going To Try To Use Brett Kavanaugh’s Old Credit Card Debts To Derail His Nomination To The Supreme Court? by Michael Snyder – End of the American Dream

In a way, I feel very sorry for Brett Kavanaugh right now.  This Senate confirmation process is going to be like going to a proctologist every single day for weeks on end.  Investigators are going to go over everything that he has ever done with a fine-toothed comb, and anything that is even remotely scandalous is going to brought out for the entire world to see.  In fact, the Washington Post is already running with a story about Kavanaugh’s past debts.  Federal employees such as Kavanaugh have financial disclosure forms that they are required to file, and although those forms do not reveal everything, they reveal enough to potentially get Kavanaugh into trouble.

It turns out that Trump’s Supreme Court nominee was once in a tremendous amount of debt.  According to one report, not too long ago Kavanaugh had accumulated “up to $200,000 in debt”

Brett Kavanaugh’s financial disclosure forms that are available for review show he reported up to $200,000 in debt he piled up on three credit cards — Chase, Bank of America and USAA — and a loan by the year 2016.

The Washington Post quoted White House spokesman Raj Shah as saying that Kavanaugh built up the debt by buying Washington Nationals season tickets and also attending playoff games for himself and a “handful” of friends. Shah said some of the debts were also for home improvements, the Post reported.

In reality, the debt total may have been much lower than $200,000.  On the federal disclosure form, all four of the debts fell into the “$15,000 to $50,000” category.

So ultimately the total amount of the debt could have been much closer to $60,000.

But that is still a tremendous amount of debt for “baseball tickets” and “home improvements”.

According to the Daily Mail, a season ticket to Washington Nationals games costs a maximum of about $6,000…

Season tickets to the Nationals, who play at Nationals Stadium in Washington DC, can cost up to $6,000 for all 81 home games – depending on the location of the seat.

So I think that we have some unanswered questions here.  But regardless, everyone agrees that Kavanaugh loves baseball and he has some very deep connections to baseball insiders…

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