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Brett Kavanaugh Accuser Closely Tied To George Soros’ Open Society Foundations

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Brett Kavanaugh’s public accuser is linked to George Soros’ Open Society Foundations.

Professor Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez accuse Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh of sexual impropriety, with Ford accusing the Trump appointee of assault and Ramirez saying that Kavanaugh exposed himself. Ramirez is a left-wing activist who spoke at an event for PFLAG, a group promoted on the Open Society blog.

The San Jose Mercury News reported on Blasey Ford’s participation in the anti-Trump “March for Science,” in which she wore a brain hat similar to the “pussy” hats worn by left-wing agitators.

The Mercury News reported: “It’s a science party!” said biostatistician Christine Blasey, of Palo Alto, who will wear an elaborately knitted cap of the human brain — yarn turned into a supersized cerebral cortex — inspired by the “pussy hats” donned during the Women’s Marches. “Getting introverted people to the march — that’s huge,” [Blasey] laughed.”

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Blasey Ford’s attorney is Debra Katz, who serves as vice chair of the Soros-funded Project on Government Oversight. The Project on Government Oversight is a “core grantee” of the Open Society Foundations headed by George Soros.

Katz was also a major Hillary Clinton supporter.

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