Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford was a Big Pharma shill for company that makes “morning after” abortion pill
By JD Heyes // Sep 23, 2018

The insane Democratic Left’s main opposition to POTUS Donald Trump’s second Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, is that he may wind up someday being the deciding vote to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 SCOTUS ruling that legalized abortion in all 50 states and enshrined it as a “right” for women.


That’s one reason why Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee put on a clown show in an effort to derail his confirmation hearings, and why they enlisted deranged Leftist supporters to crash the hearings with screaming outbursts.

And it’s why Democrats have likely helped engineer a last-ditch effort involving dubious allegations of sexual abuse against Kavanaugh stemming from an incident 36 years ago during some party, somewhere, at some point.

As to the abortion angle, it’s worth pointing out that Kavanaugh’s accuser, Palo Alto professor Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, just happened to be involved in no fewer than eight studies involving the “morning after” abortion pill mifepristone, otherwise known as RU-486, which is advertised to be “95 percent effective during the first 50 days of pregnancy,” according to medical information posted online by the drugmaker, Corcept Therapies, Inc.

As further reported by Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger:

Corcept Therapeutics, Inc., a $166 billion market cap company (stock symbol CORT) reportedly has current annual sales of $216 million. The company offers just one drug, mifepristone, which is widely known as an “abortion pill” or RU-486. Many drugs have multiple uses, and mifepristone — brand name “Korlym” at Corcept — is currently marketed by the company for the treatment of Cushing’s syndrome. (h/t to The Gateway Pundit for initial work on this breaking story.)

It's worth noting that Ford – while working at Stanford University from 2006-2011, was affiliated with the pharmaceutical company and is listed on her new Wikipedia page as “director of biostatics at Corcept,” Adams noted, adding that she participated in publishing no fewer than eight papers promoting the drug.

Adams noted further:

Like all FDA-approved drugs, mifepristone is frequently prescribed off-label, meaning doctors prescribe it for conditions that it has never been approved to treat. It is well known throughout the medical industry that doctors routinely prescribe this drug to terminate unwanted pregnancies. It is a covert “abortion drug,” in other words.

Is this just coincidental?

According to Philly.com, the company was co-founded by Alan Schatzberg, a Stanford University psychiatrist and scientist, in 1998 to research whether mifepristone could treat depression. He said he left the company in 2007 when the company “went in a different direction.”

But research on psychiatric uses for the drug continued. And while there hasn’t been much progress in that field of research, the drug maker nevertheless discovered that it was a very expensive but effective treatment for Cushing’s syndrome, a rare disease that causes unusually high levels of the hormone cortisol to build up in the body and cause problems. It can even be deadly.

As for Ford, her Left-wing activism is becoming more widely known. The fact that she worked on studies involving an abortion pill – and Democrats’ biggest objection to Kavanaugh is that he represents a ‘threat’ to ‘abortion rights’ – can’t be a coincidence. Political machinations undertaken by the swamp creatures in D.C. and throughout the Democratic Party aren’t accidents, they’re carefully planned operations. And each one has the same objective: Regain and retain power. (Related: Kavanaugh accuser Blasey Ford scrubbed her social media profiles BEFORE she went public with baseless allegations.)

As to her accusations, Democrats and the uber-Hollywood Left are all piling on claiming that they are enough to derail the confirmation of a man who is imminently qualified to be a Supreme Court justice. But the problem is, her story is falling apart.

One of her former classmates, Cristina King Miranda, told National Public Radio that she has “no idea” whether the sexual assault “happened or not.”

That’s a turnabout from what Miranda wrote earlier this week on her Facebook page in which she claimed, “The incident DID happen, many of us heard about it in school.”


"In my [Facebook] post, I was empowered and I was sure it probably did [happen]," Miranda told NPR. "I had no idea that I would now have to go to the specifics and defend it before 50 cable channels and have my face spread all over MSNBC news and Twitter."

Read more about this massive hoax committed against Brett Kavanaugh at Hoax.news.

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