You claimed the gospels described our Lord as a drunk, when they merely relate that some people who are presented as hypocrites claimed he was a drunk on a very thin pretext. Wine was simply a common drink back then. Water could and did make people sick. To say one is a drunk is vastly different from saying some hypocrites falsely criticized someone for being a drunk. I don't think you need a postgraduate degree in Hebrew to differentiate between the two statements. Incidentally, St. Jerome was quite skilled with Greek and Hebrew, as well as having access to texts which later vanished and a knowledge of beliefs about Christ in the ancient world.