Accusations against Kavanaugh fake news

Dear Editor,

Please help. I do not know what to do. Thanks to the #MeToo movement I have summoned the courage to relate what happened to me 50 years ago. I was 15 when I was sexually assaulted by a drunken woman who was about 18. We were at a party when she locked me in a bedroom and attempted to grope, strip, and suffocate me. I feared that she would inadvertently kill me. I was able to escape before she raped me. For several decades I attempted to suppress the memories, which resulted in PTSD.

I do not recall exactly where/when she molested me, but I know that I was a high school sophomore.

In 2012, I sought the help of a psychologist. The problem is, I do not know what to do now. I do not want my identity disclosed, not until I have pro bono legal representation and the opportunity to erase all of my social media data. A book contract and face time on television “news” would also be nice.

Should I name her? I will merely call her “Debbie” and disclose that she is a U.S. senator from a Midwestern state that is a peninsula. I do not, however, want to do this until I am guaranteed worldwide media coverage.

I would request that the name of my attacker not be placed on the November ballot until she is fully investigated.

Now you know why I always put the word “news” in quotations. Much of it, like this letter, is fake. Maybe like the accusations against Judge Kavanaugh.