Laura Ingraham Dismisses Latest Kavanaugh Accusation: ‘We Were All in College’

“I just want to understand this new standard,” Fox News says of allegations made by Deborah Ramirez

Laura Ingraham again denounced the latest allegation against Brett Kavanaugh, suggesting to viewers of her Fox News program Monday night that the allegations from second accuser Deborah Ramirez was just ordinary college behavior.

“I just want to understand this new standard,” said Ingraham. “We were all in college, we were all in high school”

“Is this where we’re going guys,” she continued. “At what point do those allegations — uncorroborated by any contemporaneous witness — when does that get to smear someone who’s had an unbelievably exemplary life as an adult in the workforce promoting women, advancing the cause of women. When does this stop? Because I find this to be madness, utter madness.”

While Fox News took a cautious approach to allegations of sexual assault brought by Christine Blasey Ford, Ingraham and other were far harsher on Kavanaugh’s Ramirez, who told the New Yorker that Kavanaugh had thrust his penis in her face without her consent while drunk at a party during his freshman year at Yale.

On her radio program Monday, Ingraham said Ronan Farrow, one of the piece’s co-authors, deserved to have his Pulitzer Prize revoked.

“So this is Ronan Farrow, they should take his Pulitzer back for this. Go find Ronan and take his Pulitzer back, OK?” she said. “He actually did great reporting when it came to the [Harvey] Weinstein stuff — because that was someone who was a dirtbag his whole life, his entire life. Now you’re taking a good man and going back to college and high school to try to destroy him. That’s what it’s about.”

Kavanaugh’s troubled mounted this week with the emergence of Ramirez — the second on-record accuser. In addition to that, Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti teased evidence of at least one more woman who he was promising would come forward with corroborating evidence against Kavanaugh this week.

Kavanaugh has steadfastly denied all the allegation against him. Both Ford and the judge are expected to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.