Swetnick said in the affidavit that she saw Kavanaugh, Judge and others seek to cause girls "to become inebriated and disoriented so they could then be "gang raped" in a side room or bedroom by a "train" of numerous boys".
"This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone", Kavanaugh said. They announced that there were notes and that there had been a lie detector test, but as I understand it, they did not turn any of those over the Senate Committee even though they were requested", attorney Beth Wilkinkson said during an interview Wednesday with CBS This Morning.
And if he believes the charges against Kavanaugh are ultimately true, he would consider withdrawing the high court nomination.
Thursday's hearing is considered deeply controversial, with Republicans taking the extraordinary step of hiring a female attorney to question Blasey Ford on behalf of the committee's 11 Republican senators, all men.
Kavanaugh has denied the allegation.
"As I have said, I'm committed to providing a forum to both Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh on Thursday that is safe, comfortable and dignified".
At the United Nations, meanwhile, President Donald Trump said on the eve of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Mr Kavanaugh and Ms Ford that Republicans have been "nice" and "respectful" in their treatment of Ms Ford.
They come from Ms Ford's husband and three family friends, who say Ms Ford mentioned the incident in 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2017.
"It's a con game they're playing", he said. Susan Collins (R-Maine) told reporters she was "appalled" by his remarks.
Meanwhile, the Republicans were still assessing what Mr Kavanaugh's interview on Monday on the Fox News Channel - an unusual appearance for a Supreme Court nominee - indicates about how he would do in Thursday's hearing. He said the Senate minority leader "and his buddies are in there laughing" at the Kavanaugh mess.
Senate Republicans are bringing in a veteran Arizona prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell, to handle questioning about allegations that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a fellow teenager in the 1980s.
Schumer is the second Democrat to claim Kavanaugh will be treated as guilty until proven innocent. Sen.
Republicans hold a 51-49 advantage in the Senate and can't afford more than one defection to ensure confirmation without Democratic support.