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VIDEO REPORT: The Full Story Of Each Accuser And The Activist Campaign Against Kavanaugh

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The case against Judge Brett Kavanaugh is quickly falling apart, with national scrutiny focused on the allegations made by Christine Blasey Ford, Debbie Ramirez, and Michael Avenatti’s client Julie Swetnick.

Why is this case dominating national attention despite no concrete evidence? Why are the activists involved in the plot against Kavanaugh barely even concealing their tracks? Is it arrogance or part of their strategy?

Christine Blasey Ford:

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Christine Blasey Ford testified under oath before Congress that she never discussed “how to take a polygraph” with anyone except her lawyers, who oversaw Ford’s own polygraph test.

Now, evidence comes to light from a Ford ex-boyfriend alleging that Ford did, in fact, prepare a woman to take a polygraph test, based on Ford’s background in psychology.

“Have you ever had discussions with anyone, beside your attorneys, on how to take a polygraph?,” Rachel Mitchell asked Ford.

“Never,” Christine Blasey Ford replied.

Not so, a Ford ex-boyfriend tells Fox News:

Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford is facing scrutiny from fair-minded members of the public as the week-long FBI investigation into Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh continues apace.

Ford’s college classmate recalls Ford’s drinking and hooking up during her years in the Kappa Delta sorority. (EXCLUSIVE: Christine Blasey Ford’s College Yearbooks Show Wild Drinking, Beer Bongs on Campus).

“Christine Blasey Ford was a classmate of mine at UNC. We graduated in 1988. I want to ask Christine if she remembers partying at Trolls, drinking at He’s Not Here. Hooking up with guys at Henderson Street. Eating at Time Out. Remember those days, Christine? Tell us about them,” PJ Media writer Denise “DC” McAllister tweeted..

Debbie Ramirez:

Brett Kavanaugh’s second accuser Deborah “Debbie” Ramirez is a left-wing activist who spoke at a PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) event and agitated against use of the word “Sissy” on T-shirts handed out at an annual Colorado 10k run.

Ramirez, who claimed with no evidence that Kavanaugh exposed himself at a college party, is the senior volunteer coordinator for the Boulder County Department of Housing and Human Services. She is known colloquially as “Debbie.”

Ramirez is co-vice chair of the board of SPAN, the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence. She has been listed as the point of contact for the progressive organization’s training sessions.

Debbie Ramirez also spoke at a PFLAG event in Boulder County on November 19, 2009. Here’s how the event was described in the flyer:

“Non-LGBT people with involvement as educator, legislator, commu- nity leader, mental health worker, and church laity leaders will share their lived responses as “allies who are Straight for Equality.” Anne Guilfoile, Katy Fleming, Debbie Ramirez, Ron & Jennifer Gould are among those who will share their stories of how they became in- volved and what they did as allies to support equality for LGBT per- sons. This is a program aimed at reaching out to straight persons in PFLAG and in the community. Bring a straight friend to the meeting. Come to be inspired, to gain insight and motivation for what you can do to make a difference for LGBT equality.”

But perhaps her most jarring bit of public activism was her campaign against the words “sissy” and “sissies,” which the Daily Camera confirmed in light of her recent accusations against Kavanaugh.

Here is what Debbie Ramirez wrote for the Daily Camera on April 21, 2014.

Julie Swetnick:

Michael Avenatti is expressing apparent rage at President Donald Trump and “right wing hacks” as fair-minded Americans scrutinize the claims made by his client, Brett Kavanaugh’s third accuser Julie Swetnick.

Fox News Insider reported on commentator Guy P. Benson’s claim that Swetnick changed her story in her recent NBC interview, writing:

Swetnick said that she saw Kavanaugh “paw on girls” and “[touch] them in private parts” at parties as a high school student, but stopped short of claiming that he drugged or sexually assaulted her or other women.

On “America’s Newsroom” Tuesday, Benson said Swetnick “totally changed” her story in the interview.

He pointed out that Swetnick originally claimed that she saw Kavanaugh and his friends spike the punch at parties with drugs, but she amended that in the NBC interview, only saying that she saw Kavanaugh near the punch.

“Before the hearing with Dr. [Christine Blasey] Ford on Thursday, on Wednesday this Avenatti bomb gets dropped and all Democrats on the [Senate] Judiciary Committee validated it by reacting to it with an official letter calling on Kavanaugh to withdraw, based on a story that they knew nothing about,” Benson said.

He said the more we learn about Swetnick’s story, the more it looks like a “complete ludicrous hoax.”

Fox News Insider passage ends

Big League Politics reported:

Brett Kavanaugh’s third accuser Julie Swetnick was sued in 2001 for domestic violence against the man Richard Vinneccy in Miami-Dade County, according to court records.

Swetnick was also sued for defamation by the company Webtrends Corporation in 2000 according to court records.

A background search of Swetnick reveals two liens, including a 2014 federal tax lien of $40,303. She also has a Comptroller of Maryland Annapolis lean for $62,821.03.

Swetnick has sued the state of Maryland on repeated occasions…

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