A website named after Brett Kavanaugh is not a domain detailing the newly-confirmed Supreme Court Justice’s biography or highlighting his accomplishments, but instead a resource page for sexual assault survivors. The site, www.brettkavanaugh.com, is now a “We Believe Survivors” page that offers links to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, a the End Rape on Campus resource center and the National Sexual Assault Hotline. The website says it is highlighting sexual assault as a national focus and that the country “can and should do more to prevent it and to support those who have experienced it.” Fix the Court, a non-partisan grassroots judicial reform organization, purchased Kavanaugh’s URL, which wasn’t secured, years ago. The group also purchased brettkavanaugh.org and brettkavanaugh.net domain names — all now resource pages for sexual assault survivors as well.
Website named after Kavanaugh turned into a sexual assault survivor resource page
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