Late last week Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., out of options to stop majority Republicans from voting to place Kavanaugh on the U.S. Supreme Court as POTUS Donald Trump’s second pick, pulled one last dirty trick out of her bag.
She claimed to have received a letter from an “anonymous” woman claiming that Kavanaugh, during a high school party and in a drunken stupor, attempted to rape her while another male friend looked on.
As the weekend progressed, not only did we learn the woman’s identity, but suddenly the Washington Post was publishing in-depth details about the allegations as well as Ford’s statements that she wanted to come forward and tell her side of the story.
The Post claimed that the paper had also received a copy of Ford’s letter over the summer.
Collusion? You bet.
For his part, Kavanaugh staunchly denied the allegations, and in no uncertain terms. “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation,” he said in a statement. “I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”
Is he believable, though? You bet, once you learn what else has transpired.
Internet sleuths have turned up some interesting – and mitigating – information regarding Ford, her parents, and Kavanaugh’s mother, who was herself was a judge in Maryland. In that capacity,she foreclosed on the home of Ford’s parents 22 years ago, which was 13 years after the alleged ‘sexual assault.’
Journalist Richard Armande Mills turned up the evidence and case number, as seen in the above tweet.
“The parents of Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser were defendants in a court case Kavanaugh’s mother ruled on 22 years ago. That’s 13 years after the incident in question took place,” he wrote in another tweet. “I’m no legal professional. But from what it looks like, Brett Kavanaugh’s mother did not rule in favor” of Ford’s parents, Ralph and Paula Blasey.
This is just the latest discrepancy. There are others. (Related: Dems pulling last minute FBI stunt to thwart Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination.)
As independent journalist Mike Cernovich noted on Sunday, Ford is a “far-Left activist who spent all weekend deleting her social media accounts.” He said initially that he didn’t name her because “that wouldn’t have been nice.” But what she – and Feinstein and the Democrats – are engaging in “is straight activism.”
What’s the purpose of scrubbing her social media? To make it appear as though she’s just a dispassionate observer and not at all politically active. Though she is.
There are other reasons to doubt Ford. For one, the second male in the room, Mark Judge, who attended Maryland’s Georgetown Preparatory School with Kavanaugh, told The Daily Caller he “never saw Brett act that way” and that any allegations of sexual misconduct are “just absolutely nuts.”
What’s more, dozens of women – more than 60– who are personally familiar or who have interacted professionally with Kavanaugh have vouched for him in a letter released by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
“We are women who have known Brett Kavanaugh for more than 35 years and knew him while he attended high school between 1979 and 1983. For the entire time we have known Brett Kavanaugh, he has behaved honorably and treated women with respect,” the letter read. “We strongly believe it is important to convey this information to the Committee at this time.”
They added that they all knew Kavanaugh when he attended the all-male school via “social events, sports, church, and various other activities.”
Democrats promised to do anything and everything to stop Kavanaugh’s nomination. This allegation smacks not of truth but of Democratic desperation.
Read more about the coordinated smearing of innocent people at Smeared.news.