The question regarding how Judge Brett Kavanaugh‘s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, got such a high-profile left-leaning legal team has been answered, according to the Washington Examiner. Ford testified today that none other than Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) suggested the attorneys.
Ford confessed to the Senate Judiciary Committee that the law firm Katz, Marshall & Banks, LLP was recommended before she went public, as the Washington Post reported. Attorneys Debra Katz and Lisa Banks represented her when she did step forward “and in early negotiations about Ford testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee.”
Furthermore, a third lawyer from the same firm joined over the weekend, Mr. Michael Bromwich. This is the same man who represents “fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.”
While none of this conjecture is hard proof of collusion between the left and those against President Donald Trump, the revelation has caused more than a few eyebrows to raise among the political circles in D.C.
In relation to this, however, what is known is that the actual “timing of Feinstein’s office’s recommendation was not clear from Ford’s testimony.”
Ford had told Feinstein of the alleged incident in July but asked to remain anonymous. The G.O.P. has said Feinstein hid the data, some even venturing to say that she timed its release.
Bromwich did take the mic to say that he was working pro-bono, but still, the ties seem unsettling to some who believe Kavanaugh.
At stake is the reputation of not only the accuser, but of a man who worked his whole life, as he tells it, to be a good man.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh has stated that he was not even sexually active during the time of the alleged attack of the then 15-year-old. He has undergone a number of FBI background checks and been in a position of government authority, but these ‘claims’ had never before been voiced.
He’s said additionally that he did not lose his virginity until some time after this whole time period.
The facts show that there are at least 8 flaws in the story told by Ford, so from here, it just remains to be seen how many of those will come up as the proceedings move onward.