Washington, DC - Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh denied pushing fellow Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, who suffered three fractured ribs in an apparent fall. Justice Ginsburg does not recall how the injury occurred. Police are investigating.
Immediately after Ginsburg's fall, Kavanaugh was spotted at his desk drinking a beer, laughing, and reviewing his high school calendars.
When asked if he had seen Justice Ginsburg lately, Kavanaugh replied, "I don't know, have you?"
Other justices have refused to take sides, stating that only Kavanaugh and Ginsburg were witnesses to the fall.
"It's a classic 'he said, she said'," said Justice Clarence Thomas.
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, who is expected to return as Speaker of the House in January, suggested in a tweet that the new Democratic majority will most certainly investigate the matter. "Subpoena this!" she tweeted.
CNN's Jim Acosta, newly-named Supreme Court correspondent, who was recently thrown out of the White House Press Room for pushing President Trump's female intern, contributed to this report.
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