Article by Bryan Howard
July 11, 2019
It is being revealed that the disgraced false rape accuser of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey-Ford, scrubbed her social media pages from the internet weeks before sending a letter to Senator Feinstein.
This was revealed in a book set to release Tuesday, “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court.” Conservative authors of the book Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino expressed how this was a way to hide her clear political bias and hatred towards President Trump.
The Washington Examiner wrote, “The book, Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court, set for release Tuesday, details how Ford was portrayed as politically moderate. But her acquaintances reported Ford’s profile on social media “had been notable for its extreme antipathy to President Trump,” conservative authors Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino wrote. Additionally, her political views “ran decidedly to the left and were at variance with most of her family’s,” and Ford’s friends on Facebook said she “regularly expressed hostility” toward the Trump administration, they said.”
The Examiner noted that Christine Blasey-Ford went by her maiden name before she came forward with this false allegation against Kavanaugh. Yet, the media referred to her as Dr. and her Husbands last name in an attempt to sway popular opinion of her.
The Examiner wrote about what the authors stated on the name change, ““Some suggested that she was following sophisticated public relations advice to emphasize her relationship with her husband,” the two wrote.”
The authors continued to note that the Kavanaugh team was afraid to look as if they were victim shaming Blasey-Ford, even though they had damning statements from her friends.
Examiner wrote, “After Ford came forward, the team working on Kavanaugh’s confirmation maintained a policy of not attacking her, Severino and Hemingway wrote, “even though damaging information about Ford was being openly discussed by people who knew her, some who knew her quite well.””
Examiner noted a portion of the book reffering to Highschool classmate statements, “”Classmates were surprised by the media’s portrayal of her as an ingenue, which was very different from how they remembered her in junior high and high school,” according to the book. “Female classmates and friends at area schools recalled a heavy drinker who was much more aggressive with boys than they were.””
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