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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh released a statement Monday vehemently denying a claim that he assaulted a woman while in high school.  The alleged assault surfacing after Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), presented an anonymous letter last week, that she reportedly received back in July. The confidential letter, later confirmed to be penned by Christine Blasey Ford, alleges that she was a victim of a sexual assault at a high school party involving Kavanaugh and a friend.  Basley-Ford's attorney, Debra Katz,  said her client was willing to testify publicly.

On a recent show, Todd Starnes asked listeners to call their Senators urging confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh and theorized about the bombshell letter that Democrats hope could derail his nomination to a lifetime seat on the nation's highest court.

"For three months Senator Diane Feinstein - for three months the Democrats has this information and now all of the sudden at the very last moment in the dark of night the Democrats release this bombshell information... and a lot of people are wondering why they waited so long... well I have a theory about that."