The Supreme Court nominee was angry Thursday and blasted Democrats and others for smearing his name.
"Put simply, the reports help ensure that law enforcement officers optimally use an important law enforcement tool," Judge Brett Kavanaugh wrote in 2016.
"I do NOT know how I got home after I was raped at 15," tweeted Ashley Judd.
"I was underneath one of them as they laughed, two friends having a really good time with one another," Ford said of the alleged assault.
Fox News host said Christine Blasey Ford's testimony about an alleged assault by Brett Kavanaugh was "extremely emotional, extremely raw, and extremely credible."
Some of the women demonstrating for the Supreme Court nominee wore T-shirts that said, "I Stand With Brett."
The Fox News host spoke out about the allegations.
Julie Swetnick's attorney Michael Avenatti hit back at claims from her former boyfriend that she was "not credible."
Days after Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault, the judge hired attorney Beth Wilkinson.
Many in the GOP think that even if it were proven Kavanaugh assaulted Christine Blasey Ford, it does not mean he should be kept from the Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump accused Democrats of playing a "horrible con game" amid fresh allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
There are seven senators who have not yet made their minds up about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has reportedly questioned two men who claimed that they, not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, were the ones who attacked Christine Blasey Ford.
New York Representative Jerrold Nadler, who will likely chair the House Judiciary Committee if Democrats win the House in November, compared the deluge of accusations against Brett Kavanaugh to those directed at Harvey Weinstein.
Michael Avenatti said he had verified the claim.
UltraViolet, a group that aims to fight sexism, projected "he lied every time he testified" and "Kavanaugh must withdraw" on the courthouse where he currently serves.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said he would do everything he could to avoid a "circus" at Thursday's hearing.