Brett Kavanaugh has demonstrated time and time again that he is not a man of impeccable character. He has a long record of lying under oath.
In 2001, he told the Senate hearing for the nomination of Charles Pickering that he had no prior knowledge of Judge Pickering’s decision to solicit letters of support from lawyers with cases pending in his courtroom (a clear breach of judicial ethics). However, newly obtained emails show that Kavanaugh was lying. He handled the nomination personally.
In 2004, he denied involvement in the theft of documents belonging to Democratic senators. Recently released emails show that he received the documents, then forwarded them to third parties. He evidently knew the severity of what he was doing, as the subject line of the email read, “Spying”.
There is also some speculation about his character at school. Despite the 65 women claiming the allegations are completely unlike Brett Kavanaugh’s character, other witnesses have claimed the allegations fit very well with the Kavanaugh they remember. One of Kavanaugh’s former roommates at Yale described him as an “aggressive and even belligerent” drunk.