Her “Recovered Memory,” of an alleged thirty-five year old event that occurred when she was 15, is more likely the product of her current ideology and animus against Donald Trump than anything having to due with a young Brett Kavanaugh --- much less the man nominated to be the next Supreme Court Justice
comes to charges of inappropriate behavior,
this one is weaker than a batch pre-mature kittens ---
And before it’s all over, Christine’s
claims are most likely going to die
--- one, by one, by one ---
like all the poor little kitties
If she “MUST BE HEARD” then why is >>> SHE PLACING CONDITIONS <<< on her testimony ?????
Christine Ford’s sexual assault allegation first came to light from a letter obtained by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Dem. Sen., California). Feinstein sent off a bomb-like shockwave at the Capitol when she announced last week the existence of the Ford letter and that she had forwarded it to the FBI. Then Christie Blasey Ford stepped out of the shadows with an that was published last weekend.
Frankly, this seems like a big nothing-burger
A very activist radical feminist Democrat-supporter, named Christine Blasey Ford, had a thirty (30) year old “recovered memory” in a “couples therapy” session, which also included her husband, sometime in 2012. More than five years later, that recovered memory is dredged up and put in a letter to Diane Fienstein (Dem. Sen., California), which in turn is dropped like a bomb at the last second by Sen Feinstein as a delaying tactic in the Brett Kavanaugh hearings.
However, Christine Blasey Ford was so determined that her story would get a “spotlight” treatment, no matter what --- almost simultaneously, she sent duplicate letters to Democrat Feinstein and her own Democrat House Member, she also hired an activist, sexual offenses lawyer, Debra Katz, and on a parallel track called the Washington Post directly.
Christine Blasey Ford’s original story as reported in the Washington Post is clear about three things: 1) there was no rape (and no actual description of any attempted rape); and 2) Christine Blasey told nobody about the incident for many, many, many years --- the rest of the 80s; the 90s, and the 2000s until about 2005 when she mentioned something about it, but not much to her husband; and 3) when Christine finally did tell her version of “the whole story” in 2012, there are varying accounts about what she actually said (See “California professor, writer of confidential Brett Kavanaugh letter, speaks out about her allegation of sexual assault“ by Emma Brown, 9/16/18, Washington Post/ Investigations [https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/california-professor-writer-of-confidential-brett-kavanaugh-letter-speaks-out-about-her-allegation-of-sexual-assault/2018/09/16/46982194-b846-11e8-94eb-3bd52dfe917b_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.2f24c2146c4c]).
So hearings were scheduled for September 24th --- And guess what ??? As of right now, Christie says she ain’t coming and isn’t going to testify --- UNLESS !!!!!
According to a report in the NY Times, “The woman who has accused President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault all but ruled out appearing at an extraordinary Senate hearing scheduled for next week to hear her allegations….” (See “ , and , 9/18/18, NY Times/ Politics [https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/18/us/politics/christine-blasey-ford-kavanaugh-senate-hearing.html]). Instead, through her lawyers, Dr. Blasey Ford has said that “… she would cooperate with the Senate Judiciary Committee and left open the possibility of testifying later about her allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh. But echoing Senate Democrats, she said an investigation should be ‘the first step’ before she is put ‘on national television to relive this traumatic and harrowing incident.’…” In other words, Christine Blasey Ford has made certain demands or laid down certain conditions for her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee…..
So far, the Republican Chairman of the Judiciary Committee Charles Grassley has shown no inclination to either meet the Blasey-Ford demands or adjourn the Monday hearing date, set to go over the Blasey-Ford charges.