Senate Democrats have redefined “absurdity” since the confirmation hearings for Judge Kavanaugh began ten days ago. With every single antic squashed and mocked, Sen. Feinstein released a super secret letter to the FBI, a letter alleging that 30 some odd years ago, Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman.

Blogging on the allegations earlier today, Professor Jacobson wrote, “It’s part of a pattern of unhinged Democrat Senators and their alt-left supporters trying to delegitimize Kavanaugh and a coming conservative Supreme Court.”

In response to the allegations, sixty-five woman who knew Kavanaugh during his high school years quickly put together a letter attesting to his character.

Naturally, the credibility of sixty-five woman was questioned, but the accusations of one anonymous woman are to be believed.

Buzzfeed reported on the letter, explaining how quickly it came together. That report is here.

But the best explanation was written by one of the signatories, and published at The Weekly Standard:

On Friday, a group of women who knew Brett in high school sent a letter in support of him to Senators Grassley and Feinstein. I am one of those 65 women. Having seen some of the reaction to the letter, I’d like to clear up a few things:

The letter was conceived and drafted by friends of Brett’s, and it was drafted after allegations came out on Thursday. I learned about the letter from a friend and fellow signatory. Others learned about it the same way. Those surprised at the speed with which it came together should see it as yet another testament to Brett’s excellent reputation.

To those who responded to my tweet saying “I knew Brett in high school” by asking if I had gender reassignment surgery: I went to an all-girls school in Bethesda. He went to an all-boys school in Bethesda. We were permitted upon occasion to speak to people of the opposite sex.

To those hearing the thwap thwap thwap of black helicopters because my father is a journalist or because I worked in politics: In a group of 65 graduates of D.C. area schools, it would be odd not to find someone related to or working as a journalist or politician. It is entirely unremarkable. This is a company town. (That said, it might explain why people happened to see my tweets on the subject).

Finally, to the one person who said I’m too young to know Brett Kavanaugh: Truly, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

This was the Democrats last hand and they flubbed it. Badly.