The New York Post has cataloged eight undeniable issues with Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against President Donald Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.
To see these problems, it is important to remember what she said; “I thought he might inadvertently kill me. He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing,” according to the Washington Post. This crime supposedly too place “one summer in the early 1980s.”
The first problem is that Ford can not recall very many details about what is supposed to have been the most traumatic thing that ever happened to her. She has no idea where the house was where the attack allegedly happened, not even being able to say what street it was on.
Also unknown is the day, month, or year of the supposed crime. Ford doesn’t even know how old she was at the time, though she claimed to have had only “one beer,” so she wasn’t too drunk to recall.
Secondly, she not only waited an incredibly long time to suggest this about Kavanaugh, but she never told anyone or reported the crime to authorities so that others could not be harmed. This “means she can rely on no contemporaneous witness to corroborate her story.”
A third “hmmmm” moment arose when Leland Ingham Keyser, who Ford called a “lifelong friend” didn’t recall the party. Nor do the other three people who she claimed were in attendance.
Keyser’s lawyer told the Senate Judiciary Committee, “Simply put, Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with or without Dr. Ford.”
Two other people who Ford fingered as being at the shindig, Mark Judge and Patrick “P.J.” Smyth, also denies any recollection of what is being claimed. They, “under penalty of perjury,” said that they have no idea what the alleged victim is referring to. This matters since Ford had told Diane Feinstein (D-CA) in a letter that both parties were told of the attack from Kavanaugh after it happened.
So…no witnesses agree with her.
A fourth problem arose when it was understood that her “mother, father and two siblings are all conspicuously absent from a letter of support released by a dozen relatives.” This is even more clear on her husband’s side of the family. “Why didn’t her parents and brothers sign the letter?” a source close to the matter recently pondered.
Fifth, Ford claimed to have tried her whole life to forget the painful incident and could not, but somehow now, has miraculously done so in 2018. “I’ve been trying to forget this all my life, and now I’m supposed to remember every little detail,” confessed Ford.
Flaw number six is simply the fact that, with problem five being true, she still hired a Democrat activist lawyer who stands politically against President Donald Trump to defend her right at the time when it could hurt Kavanagh the most.
Add to that problem seven, mainly that Ford stated that her therapist in 2012, was told of this, yet Brett Kavanaugh appeared nowhere in the medical notes. Four boys were said to have been in the bedroom in 2012, now the claim is that only two were. Where did the other two boys go from the crafted tale?
Also, she said not that this happened when she was in her late teens, yet her therapist has notes saying that her patient had claimed to have been just 15.
Lastly, many political experts have heard names like “America’s Judge,” Andrew Napolitano, being touted as a possible nominee for the Supreme Court by President Donald Trump, but Brett Kavanaugh was not touted until 2017. This is very important because Ford claimed that when Mr. Trump won in 2016, she feared that he could keep his word about Kavanaugh being on the list. Of course, he was not to be mentioned on that list until over a year later.
Meanwhile, Kavanaugh has been getting death threats, as has his family. The New York Post has confirmed that the threats are serious and clearly, many victims of sexual abuse want to believe Ms. Ford.