Wait. THIS Is What Dianne Feinstein’s Mysterious ‘Bombshell’ Letter On Brett Kavanaugh Is All About? Seriously?

Hannah Bleau

Dianne Feinstein has been teasing MSM by claiming to have access to a SUPER TOP SECRET letter about Brett Kavanaugh. She won’t tell us what it’s about, except that it may or may not have to do with a woman and it may or may not go all the way back to his high school years.

“I have received information from an individual concerning the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the supreme court,” Feinstein said in a statement.

“That individual strongly requested confidentiality, declined to come forward or press the matter further, and I have honored that decision. I have, however, referred the matter to federal investigative authorities,” she added.

That’s it. That’s all we “officially” know. It’s clear she only has one objective with this “bombshell.” She wants speculation to run wild. The #MeToo implications are there. And obviously, Kavanaugh can’t defend himself if he doesn’t even know what he’s being accused of.

It’s really a dirty trick.

Well, now we know a BIT more, no thanks to Feinstein.

The Guardian spoke to a source who claims to know what the letter contains:

A source who said they were briefed on the contents of the letter said it described an incident involving Kavanaugh and a woman that took place when both were 17 years old and at a party. According to the source, Kavanaugh and a male friend had locked her in a room against her will, making her feel threatened, but she was able to get out of the room. The Guardian has not verified the apparent claims in the letter. It is not yet clear who wrote it.

A spokesman for Feinstein declined to comment. The White House did not immediately return a request for comment.

While additional details about the letter were scarce, two media outlets have reported that the person who wrote the letter is being represented by an attorney, Debra Katz, who has been described in media reports as Washington’s #MeToo lawyer.

That’s it? Kavanaugh may or may not have done something harmless and stupid when he was teenager at a party?

You guys. I locked my sister in a dog cage when we were younger. Should I be arrested? SHOULD I BE FIRED?!?!?! This is a matter for the FBI!

When I was 16, two of my guy friends pranked me at school by literally dumping a concoction of mayo, water and dish soap on my head. #MeToo. (True story.) Is that how you do it? Am I #MeTooing right? Wait, no. This is wrong. I’d have to wait to report that “incident” for another 20 years. Silly me.

No wonder the FBI is passing this up. It’s laughable.

*insert sad trombone here*