Earlier in the week democrats tried some more of their dirty tactics to block the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. California Senator Dianne Feinstein handed over a mysterious letter to the FBI that alleged Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted a woman 35 years ago. Initially the accuser wanted to remain anonymous, but now she has a name. She also has a political party and, surprise surprise, she’s a registered democrat who donates to “political organizations.” What are the chances?
Christine Blasey Ford is a professor of psychology at Palo Alto University and she claims that way back in the 1980’s Kavanaugh and a friend sexually assaulted her at a party. She spoke to The Washington Post, but they have a shitty business model and her interview is behind a paywall. Luckily this information is available everywhere else, so the WaPO can suck it. Here’s what Fox News reports:
Ford, a 51-year-old registered Democrat who has published in academic journals and has trained students in clinical psychology, described the alleged incident in The Washington Post on Sunday, saying it occurred during a summer day in the 1980s at a Maryland house where teens had gathered. Ford claimed she headed upstairs to a bathroom when she was suddenly pushed onto a bed, as rock-and-roll music blared.
However, Ford told The Post she did not recall exactly who owned the house, how she came to be at the house, or how the gathering was arranged. She remembered only that the house was in Montgomery County, near a country club, and that parents were not present.
It seems like this story that was sat on until the eve of Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote is suffering from some credibility issues, but it gets even harder to believe:
Ford said Kavanaugh and a friend, Mark Judge, were “stumbling drunk” and laughing “maniacally” when Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed and tried to forcibly remove her one-piece bathing suit, as well as the clothes she was wearing. According to Ford, Kavanaugh put his hand over her mouth when she attempted to scream.
“I thought he might inadvertently kill me. He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing,” said Ford.
Ford claimed she was able to escape to a bathroom and then outside of the house when Judge jumped into the fray and sent everyone in the room “tumbling.”
To recap: Ford went to a house for reasons she can’t explain and doesn’t even know where it was or how she got there. She was wearing a bathing suit underneath her clothes for some other unexplained reason. She says Kavanaugh tried to rape and kill her, but she was saved when the friend jumped on them, sending her tumbling to the safety of a bathroom. That’s not even a decent lie for a 3-year-old trying to explain how all the cookies disappeared from the jar.
Another thing that’s kind of hard to believe is that the democrats, who are desperately trying to stop Kavanaugh from being confirmed, had this allegation for weeks and said nothing of it. Feinstein received the letter detailing this bullshit story before the confirmation hearings and never brought it up. Democrats on the Seante Judiciary Committee saw the letter and didn’t say a thing. Democrats grilled Kavanaugh in the hearings, met with him privately, and submitted hundreds of written questions, and yet this allegation never came up once. It’s like even the democrats know this is a load of crap so they decided to release in a damaging way that doesn’t put them on the spot for pushing a lie.
As you can see, Ford is democrat and a professor at a liberal university. Mediaite also describes her as, “A registered Democrat who has made small contributions to political organizations.”
How small? Which political organizations? I bet it’s more than just a little and chances are these are all lefty organizations. It would be seriously non-shocking if she was a major donor to Planned Parenthood. The nation’s largest abortion provider has been leading the misinformation campaign against Kavanaugh and I think it would relevant if this accuser has donated money to Planned Parenthood, don’t you?