Blasey Ford’s Lawyer Confirms Her Client’s Agenda Was to Put ‘Asterisk’ by Kavanaugh’s Name
Christine Blasey Ford became a feminist hero of the #metoo era when she told her victim story against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh last year, in a desperate attempt to railroad his nomination.
Although Kavanaugh was eventually confirmed, Blasey Ford has become a feminist icon, receiving awards for her supposed courage. However, a recent statement from Blasey Ford’s lawyer Debra Katz has revealed the political motivations behind her client’s actions against Kavanaugh.
“In the aftermath of these hearings, I believe that Christine’s testimony brought about more good than the harm misogynist Republicans caused by allowing Kavanaugh on the court,” Katz explained to an audience at the University of Baltimore.
“We were going to have a conservative. Elections have consequences, but he will always have an asterisk next to his name. When he takes the scalpel through Roe v. Wade, we will know who he is, we know his character, and we know what motivates him, and that is important,” she added.
This is when Katz dropped the bombshell that exposed Blasey Ford’s true intentions in making her unproven and invalidated accusations against Kavanaugh without evidence. The abortion zealot wanted to protect the ability for women to kill their babies in the womb.
“It is important that we know, and that is part of what motivated Christine,” Katz said.
The entire clip can be seen here:
Christine Ford's lawyer Debra Katz says putting "an asterisk" next to Kavanaugh's name in case Kavanaugh attacked Roe v. Wade "is part of what motivated Christine." pic.twitter.com/zoFr2T8Aec
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Previously, it was shown that Blasey Ford, who works as a psychology professor at Palo Alto University, had co-authored a paper that taught patients self-hypnosis so they could create artificial situations for individuals to supposedly unearth lost memories that had been forgotten or blacked out.
Here is more information about that paper:
The paper was titled “Meditation With Yoga, Group Therapy With Hypnosis, and Psychoeducation for Long-Term Depressed Mood: A Randomized Pilot Trial.” Ford is listed as an author using her maiden name, Blasey.
The study taught participants self-hypnosis for “relaxation and affect regulation.”
More pertinently, the paper surmised that hypnosis could be used to “assist in the retrieval of of important memories, and create artificial situations that would permit the client to express ego-dystonic emotions in a safe manner.”
Ego-dystonic emotions, in plain terms, are negative thoughts. The medical definition can be found here.
In sum, the same woman whose allegations against Kavanaugh from 36 years ago, which depend on retrieving old memories, authored an academic paper on how to do just that via hypnosis, which is a fringe science at best.
Blasey Ford’s credibility, which is already virtually non-existent in any circle not dominated by leftists, has taken another hit with her lawyer’s admission. No “asterisk” is by Kavanaugh’s name, as he continues what will likely be a long reign as a justice on the nation’s high court.