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:
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:
BREAKING: Fox’s @johnrobertsFox obtains letter from Ford ex-boyfriend alleging: dated for 6 yrs, never told of sex assault, Ford coached friend on taking polygraph, flew frequently w/o expressing any fear of flying/tight spaces/limited exits. Doesn’t want to b/c “involved”. pic.twitter.com/jVeW0qaJD0
— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) October 3, 2018
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.
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